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1957-58 Lincoln Square Construction Scrapbook, Sep 4, 1957 - Aug 31, 1958

- Carnegie Hall in jeopardy; commercial skyscraper planned to be built - U.S. Government agrees to help finance Lincoln Center - Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce and residents fight against the building of Lincoln Center, citing the 7,000 families who will be displaced by the project - Harris L. Present, counsel for the Lincoln Square Chamber of Commerce and chairman of the New York City Council on Housing Relocation practices, is the principal attorney for opposition to the Lincoln Square Project - Donations to Lincoln Center from various entities, including Ford Foundation - Constance Hoguet appointment as chairman of women's committee of Lincoln Center campaign - Profiles on Leonard Bernstein
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  • Leon Levy Foundation
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