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Riders read their morning newspapers on New York's subway en route to work, on April 1, 1963 after the end of the city's 114-day newspaper strike; Courtesy of AP Photo/Jacob Harris

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Above: Riders read their morning newspapers on New York's subway en route to work, on April 1, 1963 after the end of the city's 114-day newspaper strike; Courtesy of AP Photo/Jacob Harris

NYPAP News

2019 Bard Birthday Breakfast Benefit

December 13, 2019

SOLD-OUT EVENT! Join us in honoring an awardee who embodies the preservation and curation of archives. This year we present our 2019 Preservation…

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Saving a Preservationist’s Legacy: Jack Taylor’s Papers

June 6, 2019
Josie Naron, Jeffe Fellow

Jack Taylor’s legacy as a preservationist is a sterling one in New York, and for good reason. Behind both successful…

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Past as Precedent, Present as Future

June 6, 2019
Anthony C. Wood, Archive Project Founder & Chair

Today’s preservationists have their hands full. If they are not fighting to get a building designated, they are battling a…

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How APT Saved its Archives: An Inspiring Model for Preservation Institutions

June 6, 2019
Elizabeth Rohn Jeffe, Vice-Chair of the Archive Project

Despite the frequent tales of crushing losses or dramatic rescues often related to preservation archives, there are many success stories….

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Meet Our New Jeffe Fellow, Josie Naron

June 6, 2019
Josie Naron, Jeffe Fellow

After graduating from Carleton College in 2018, I took the plunge and moved from Minnesota to New York. Working throughout…

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Book Review of “When Jackie Saved Grand Central: The True Story of Jacqueline Kennedy’s Fight for an American Icon”

June 6, 2019
Dina Posner, former Jeffe Fellow
Book written by Natasha Wing | Illustrated by Alexandra Boiger

Before one even reaches the title page of the new children’s book When Jackie Saved Grand Central, one is greeted…

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Celebrating the Year of McAneny

June 6, 2019
Arvind Sindhwani, Reisinger Scholar

As we roam the streets of New York City in 2019, we can see the skyline and neighborhoods change each…

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Social Media Essentials: Tips For Sharing Preservation History

June 6, 2019
Cristiana Peña, Social Media Strategist

Did you “gram” that beautiful house? Did you “at” your local council member on Twitter? Who did you “tag” in…

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Review: Haswell Green’s

June 6, 2019
Michael Miscione, Manhattan Borough Historian

In 1903, a bearded octogenarian named Andrew Haswell Green was shot dead on the front doorstep of his home at…

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Preservation in Quotes: Time to Revive the Athenian Oath?

June 6, 2019
Anthony C. Wood, Founder & Chair of the Archive Project

Deep in Albert Bard’s papers, one can still find his annotated copy of the August 1, 1913 Report of the…

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