Events & News

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Delve into the latest updates on the Archive Project’s initiatives, as well as special features that deepen the understanding of preservation and the importance of archives. Would you like more information on a news piece? Do you have an item we should feature? Contact us at info@nypap.org

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

In Memoriam – Doris Diether

December 5, 2021

By Alison Greenberg I, like the Archive Project team, was deeply saddened by the death of preservationist Doris Diether on…

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December 5, 2021

Inspired by Grassroots Stories Series The Archive Project conducted a series of group oral histories this year with grassroots preservation…

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Notes from the Board

December 5, 2021

I come from a long line of rabble-rousers, so it took little convincing for my father to join in my…

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Digging Into Our Ever-Expanding Preservation History Database

December 5, 2021

By Rachel Ericksen, 2021 Reisinger Scholar Where does one turn to learn about preservation history that is specific to New…

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Constants in Our Lives

December 5, 2021

By Lisa Ackerman, Chair  As another NYPAP newsletter is in its final stages, I have been speaking with Brad Vogel…

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Yukie Ohta of SoHo Memory Project to be Honored at Bard Breakfast

December 5, 2021

The Archive Project’s beloved annual Bard Birthday Breakfast Benefit, known to many as simply “The Bard Breakfast,” returns for the…

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Capturing Pandemic-Era Preservation – Archive Your 2020/21 Activities

December 5, 2021

By Bradly Vogel, Executive Director Did you fight for a historic building at risk during the past year and a…

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2021 Preservation Award Honoree: Yukie Ohta

October 29, 2021

We are delighted to announce that Yukie Ohta, founder of the SoHo Memory Project, will be honored with the Archive Project’s 2021 Preservation…

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Saving 227 Duffield Street A Symbol of Freedom

July 12, 2021

By Pamela Wong The years-long fight to save 277 Duffield Street, a 19th-century row house that embodies Brooklyn’s anti-slavery movement,…

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Preservation as “The Magical Intersection”

July 12, 2021

By Lisa Ackerman, Chair This is the first newsletter to be issued since the Archive Project’s chairmanship transitioned from Anthony…

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