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The loss of historic and cultural resources in communities throughout the nation, sparked the passage of the National Historic Preservation Act (). Grassroots environmental and open space initiatives dramatically expanded in the second half of the 20th century.

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The many attempts to redesign New York's City Hall Park were part of a robust debate about symbolism, real estate, urban design, transportation, an expanding city.

Through the work of Utica's Scenic and Historic Preservation Commission, and the Scenic and Historic Districts the group has designated, those structures are more than portraits of a bygone era.

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Green, founder and president of the Society for the Preservation of Scenic and Historic Places, came together to try and save 54 Pearl Street for preservation.

He was a trustee of the New York State Historical Association and the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, and a member of the American Historical Association, New York State Library Association, and Cornell University Club, of which he was president in.

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