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The National Trust for Historic Preservation just published its annual list of the "most endangered" places in America, and Curbed National has the top 10 most significant, most imperiled buildings in the country. Featured: towns from the Antebellum South, 19th-century residential tracts of Japanese immigrants, and a single-family home by Frank Lloyd Wright. (That would be his Spring House, at right.) Take a look. [Curbed National]