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Alexian Brothers Novitiate

Published on February 17, 2013 By admin

Photo: All that remains of the Alexian Brothers Novitiate. The well-to-do widow of lawyer F. M. Peters, Mrs. Jennie Peters, dearly loved her daughter. In the latter portion of the 1930’s architects John King and Gordon Feldhausen were tasked with creating a unique building just for her. Unlike the farmhouses, barns, and silos typical for […]

Chasing the American Dream

Published on December 21, 2010 By admin

I love urbex. My guess is you’re visiting this website because you love urbex too or are at least intrigued by what it is. The economy in the United States is experiencing an extended period of unemployment hovering around 10%, enduring a foreclosure crisis and seeing an ever widening chasm between the poor and rich. […]

Call for Interviews

Published on December 5, 2010 By admin

Hey there urban explorers! It is time to expand American Urbex beyond the scope of my own adventures. I’d like to hear from you! Answer these following short questions in the comments or via email ( americanurbex / at / gmail . com ). I will select a few of you to follow up with […]

American Urbex Funding

Published on May 26, 2010 By admin

American Urbex is raising funds to offset the cost associated with documenting urbex locations. Pitching in a few dollars will help offset the cost of transportation, lodging and food. There are perks for giving a contribution in any amount. To contribute to American Urbex please visit the project page at IndieGoGo. The goal is to […]