|Object ID #||2015.002.048|
|Title||No Time Like the Present: A Dialogue on the Future of Historic Preservation [DVD]|
|Alternate Title(s)||Preservation: Past, Present and Future|
|Author||Historic Charleston Foundation|
Riley, Joseph P.
Jenrette, Richard H.
Kennedy, Roger G.
Hudgins, Carter L. (HCF)
|Call No.||NA108 .C4 N6 1997b|
|Publisher||Historic Charleston Foundation|
Preservation forum held April 24, 1997, at the Sottile Theater, presented in conjunction with Historic Charleston Foundation's 50th anniversary celebrations. Moderated by Alex Sanders, President, College of Charleston; with welcoming remarks by Rutledge Young, President, HCF; and introduction "Charleston Yesterday and Today" by Carter L. Hudgins, Executive Director, HCF. Followed by four presentations and a question-and-answer dialogue.
"Historic Preservation as a Civic Duty" presented by Joseph P. Riley Jr., Mayor, City of Charleston
"Individual Responsibility and Historic Preservation" presented by Richard H. Jenrette, Recipient, 1996 Crowninshield Award
"Historic Preservation as National Policy" presented by Roger G. Kennedy, former Director, National Park Service, and Director Emiritus, National Museum of American History
"The Historic Preservation Movement and the Nation's Future" presented by Richard Moe, President, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Historic preservation--South Carolina--Charleston
Historic preservation--United States
Featuring Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Richard Hampton Jenrette, Roger G. Kennedy, Richard Moe, Alex Sanders, and Carter Hudgins.
Sponsored by Historic Charleston Foundation; hosted by Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program at the College of Charleston.
VHS tape also available.
|Series||Historic Charleston Foundation Architectural Forum (50th Anniversary)|