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NHPT 50th Annual Meeting

Time: May 18, 2011 from 5pm to 8:30pm
Location: Sterling Memorial Library
Street: 120 High Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map:…
Phone: 203-526-5919
Event Type: annual, meeting
Organized By: Anita Buckmaster
Latest Activity: May 15, 2011

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Join us for the 50th Annual Meeting of The New Haven Preservation Trust!

This year’s distinguished guest is Dr. Eric W. Allison, founder and Academic Coordinator of Pratt Institute’s graduate Historic Preservation program, and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Architecture. Dr. Allison’s research interests are on the place of historic preservation in the creation and maintenance of livable cities and in the application of Complex Systems Theory to human society, including the future of cities, virtual communities, and the changing nature of the nation-state. He has taught at Pratt Institute since 1996. Dr. Allison has a Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Historic Preservation from Columbia University and an M.S. in City & Regional Planning from Pratt Institute. Dr. Allison will speak on “Historic Preservation and the Livable City,” which is also the topic of his new book, released in January.


5:00 Informal hour. Join us for a preview of Silent Auction items in the Linonia and Brothers Reading Room

6:00 Program promptly begins in the Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall. A short Business Meeting and the Election of Directors precedes Dr. Allison’s lecture

7:00 Return to the Linonia and Brothers Reading Room for a reception catered by Chestnut Fine Foods and the completion of the Silent Auction


The Annual Meeting is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is appreciated.


Parking is available in the Yale University lots after 5:00 pm and on the street. Please enter from the High Street entrance.


This event is made possible through the support of First Niagara, members of the Trust and by the supporters of the NHPT 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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