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Lost New Haven: Traveling Through Time | November 14, 2018
Duo Dickinson, FAIA, focuses his talk on the architecture that has been lost by the unthinking energy of social change that propels America and New Haven forward. The particular lessons of each building can reveal what we have been, where we are, and, perhaps, where we are going.

My 20-Year Life with the Boathouse | May 30, 2018
Rick Wies, designer of the new boathouse facility, shares a saga of tension, collaboration, defeat, and eventual success leading to the June 2018 opening of the new Canal Dock Boathouse.

Preserving & Celebrating African American Historic Places | November 8, 2017
Brent Leggs, Senior Field Officer for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Maryland, Harvard Loeb Fellow, and the author of Preserving African American Historic Places, lectures in the distinctive Modernist building of the Dixwell Avenue United Church of Christ (the oldest African American UCC church in the world). 

2017 New Haven Preservation Trust Awards | May 16, 2017
New Haven Preservation Trust’s 2017 award presentation ceremony recognizing exemplary acts of leadership in historic preservation and celebrating the determination of those who preserve New Haven’s architecture and neighborhoods.

2015 New Haven Preservation Trust Awards | May 26, 2015
New Haven Preservation Trust’s 2015 award presentation ceremony at New Haven’s City Hall, in celebration of National Historic Preservation Month.


Kevin Roche: Early Career | A Conversation from 2014
Modernist architect Kevin Roche explains how he began his career, his early years in America, and his relationship with Eero Saarinen.

Kevin Roche: The David S. Ingalls Hockey Rink (1957-1958) | A Conversation from 2014
Renowned architect Kevin Roche discusses his work on Yale's David S. Ingalls Hockey Rink (aka: the Yale Whale).

Kevin Roche: Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges (1960-1962) | A Conversation from 2014
Kevin Roche describes the main influences for the design of Yale's Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges, as well as the techniques used in its construction.

Kevin Roche: The Knights of Columbus Headquarters Building (1967) | A Conversation from 2014
Kevin Roche explains the concept and construction of the Knights of Columbus headquarters, a key feature of the New Haven skyline.

The Life and Death and Life of a Great American Building | October 1, 2014
Robert A.M. Stern, Architect and Dean of the Yale School of Architecture presents a talk about the Yale Art and Architecture building designed by modernist, Paul Rudolph, at the 53rd annual meeting of New Haven Preservation Trust.

The Building of English Shelter at East Rock Park (1953) | Archival Film from 1953
English Shelter, located in New Haven's East Rock Park, was designed by Robert and Jean Coolidge. This film shows the remarkable process of building the structure. (Video provided courtesy of Robert T. Coolidge.)



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Divinity School honored for 20-year effort to restore Sterling Quadrangle
Yale News | June 12, 2019

New Haven Preservation Trust Awards
Architype | June 2019

New Haven Preservation Trust Hails “Good Works”
New Haven Independent | May 23, 2019

Randall Beach: Much has been saved, not lost, in New Haven
New Haven Register | November 17, 2018

Preservation Trust Awards Hail Jewels & Heroes
New Haven Independent | May 16, 2018

New Haven Preservation Trust honors Gilvarg, others
New Haven Register | May 15, 2018

New Haven Preservation Trust awards laud protection of structures and history
New Haven Register | May 17, 2017

Heritage Plaque a ‘mark of pride’ for New Haven homeowners
New Haven Register | March 7, 2015

To Preserve and Protect
Daily Nutmeg | September 12, 2013

New Haven Preservation Trust celebrates 50 years of saving all it can
New Haven Register | February 16, 2011

Kline Biology Tower, 219 Prospect Street. Architect: Philip Johnson Associates, 1964.

Kline Biology Tower, 219 Prospect Street. Architect: Philip Johnson Associates, 1964.