A list of the ten most endangered historic structures in Missouri has been compiled by the Missouri Alliance for Historic Places. Here are the ten–some might be in your area: Two are in Springfield–Washington Avenue Baptist Church and the livestock exchange building. So is the old Lexington City Hall and the Round Top Schoolhouse in rural DeKalb County. The Kansas City mansion once owned by lumberman R. A. Long makes the list. It’s the home of the city museum now. Long’s farm, Longview, at Lee’s Summit, is listed. The Lohman House in Jefferson City, the John Glaser Pottery Factory in Washington, Charbonier Bluff in St. Louis County and the William Brooks House in Ste. Genevieve finish out the list.