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Beverly Shores resident Jim Morrow, at his historically registered home in Beverly Shores, is fascinated with historical and architecturally significant homes and has spent his own money to get them on a national registry.
Jim Morrow formed Partners in Preservation Inc. to help place Northwest Indiana buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Morrow bought his home in Beverly Shores because it was listed as a historical place.
Jim Morrow, at his historical home in Beverly Shores, formed Partners in Preservation Inc. a couple of years ago to obtain placement on the National Register of Historic Places for hundreds of properties in the region.
Jim Morrow, 89, whose Beverly Shores home is on the National Register of Historic Places, formed a nonprofit a couple of years ago -- Partners in Preservation Inc. -- to seek national registration for historical or architecturally significant buildings and neighborhoods in the region.
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