The sites identified by the Whitefish Bay Historic Preservation Commission are catalogued in its Architecture and History Inventory (AHI), which serves as a tool by which we gather information and ultimately identify additional sites that may be eligible for designation as local historic landmarks.
The AHI is obviously not a complete listing of all historic or architecturally significant sites within the Village. It reflects, at best, a start of the process that is expected to continue into the indefinite future.
The Whitefish Bay Public Library maintains a complete copy of the inventory at its reference desk.
Residents of the Village and other interested parties are encouraged to contribute to this listing by providing additional information. Applications for listing on the AHI are available at Village Hall, or at the WFB Library.
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