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Archival Practice Session: Jack Taylor through an Archivist’s Eyes

A. Ottavino Corp. Education Series Live on Zoom Brought to you by A. Ottavino Corp. Monday, June 8 at 5:00 pm…

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Preservation History Database

Jack Taylor

Jack Taylor advocated for preserving New York City commercial and cultural sites, especially in the greater Union Square area.

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Jack Taylor

Preserving Jack Taylor

Jack Taylor, who died on February 8th, was a preservationist’s preservationist. He was no finger-in-the wind advocate restricting his efforts…

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Preserving Jack Taylor

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

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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Lüchow’s Papers Preserved: Jack Taylor Donates Collection

NYPAP is pleased to announce our receipt of Jack Taylor’s papers on the struggle to save Lüchow’s restaurant. This generous…

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Lüchow’s Papers Preserved: Jack Taylor Donates Collection
Oral Histories

Jack Taylor

Jack Taylor speaks about the role of the advocate in preservation and how his work influenced the efforts for the Ladies’ Mile Historic District, Lüchow’s, and the Dvořák House.

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Jack Taylor
Oral Histories

Jack Taylor

Jack Taylor reviews several important preservation campaigns that he championed, including the successful designation of the Ladies’ Mile Historic District and the unsuccessful efforts to save Lüchow’s Restaurant and the Dvořák House.

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Jack Taylor

“It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over” Preserving Your Preservation Legacy

By Anthony C. Wood, Archive Project Founder & Chair If you accept that you will die (hopefully no time soon)…

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Finding Joy -and More- In Our Preservation History Database

By Peter Sohmer, Reisinger Scholar Where can one find detailed information on preservation battles that range from the successful, like…

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Zoom Programming

Please find our YouTube video recordings of our Zoom programs below. April 22 Coffee Break Chat (3:45 pm) – Zachary…

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