Symposium: Discovering What's Best, Keeping What's Best: Historic Preservation in the Year 2000

Symposium: Discovering What's Best, Keeping What's Best: Historic Preservation in the Year 2000

 

19 October 1988

A symposium conceived and coordinated by the New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation at the New York Public Library

 


First Session:

 

Opening Remarks - 

Barbaralee Diamonstein‚Äč

 

Preservation: Establishing an Agenda for the 1990's - 

Robert A. M. Stern

 

Preservation and the Future of Cities: Opportunities and Dilemmas, Allies and Enemies - Panel Discussion -

Laurie Beckelman, Gerald McCue, Kevin Roche

 

Statement by Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan - 

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Mortimer Zuckerman, Robert Campbell

 

Question and Answer Period

 

Final Comments

 

Second Session:

 

The City of London: Big Money, Small Buildings and the Cry for Heritage - 

Michael Cassidy

 

Landmarks: Finders and Keepers, Losers and Litigators - Panel Discussion -

Susanne Stephens, Richard Wade, Ann Beha, John Kerr Jr., Gene Norman\

 

Is the Preservation Part Over? The Challenge Ahead - Panel Discussion - 

Hugh Hardy, Michael Kramer, Richard Kahan, Kent Barwick, Gene Norman, Paul Goldberger

 

Question and Answer Period

 

Final Comments