Betts House Research Center, Cincinnati Preservation Association, Sullebarger Associates,
and TiER 1 Performance Solutions for the exhibit Endangered Cincinnati: Can These
Buildings Be Saved?
A collaboration between Cincinnatiís Betts House Research Center and Cincinnati Preservation
Association, Endangered Cincinnati: Can These Buildings Be Saved? is a sequel to last yearís
exhibit, Lost Cincinnati: Why Buildings Die. Made possible by grants from the William S. Rowe
Foundation, the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati, and Cincinnatiís Fine Arts Fund, it
features some of the areaís most endangered landmarks, exploring their importance to the social
and physical fabric of the city; the threats they face; and what might be done to save them. Margo
Warminski, preservation director for Cincinnati Preservation Association, was responsible for the
case studies, research, writing, and web page production. Beth Sullebarger of Sullebarger
Associates coordinated production and installation of the exhibit at the historic Betts House. The
exhibit was designed by TiER 1 Performance Solutions of Covington, KY. The exhibitís reach was
expanded by presentations at the Mercantile Library and City Hall, plus articles in City Beat,
Cincinnati Magazine, the Cincinnati Enquirer, and the Cincinnati Preservation Association
to return to the list of 2007 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Award recipients.
for a list of past Ohio Historic Preservation Office Award recipients.