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Utica, an Olmsted City and the Restoration of Proctor Park

March 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Utica, an Olmsted City and the Restoration of Proctor Park

Please join the Clinton Historical Society as they welcome Phil Bean for his rescheduled presentation—Utica, an Olmsted City.

Sunday (March 10) at 2 p.m. at 1 Fountain St.

Phil will present an illustrated talk about the origins, creation, and restoration of Utica’s Olmsted parks and parkway system, as well the area’s Olmsted-designed neighborhoods and efforts by his organization, Olmsted City of Greater Utica, Inc., to restore and enhance Utica’s Frederick T. Proctor Park, which was designed by Olmsted and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Philip Bean is a native of Utica and a graduate of Proctor High School, Union College, Oxford University, and the University of Rochester. He has served as a part-time lecturer at Harvard and Hamilton colleges and as a dean at Harvard and Haverford colleges. He is the author of 9 peer-reviewed research articles that use Utica as a case study, in addition to a book, The Urban Colonists: Italian American Identity and Politics in Utica, New York (Syracuse University Press, 2010). He also served as Associate Editor for European Immigration History for the Encyclopedia of New York State (Syracuse University Press, 2005).

Utica, an Olmsted City and the Restoration of Proctor Park

Utica, an Olmsted City and the Restoration of
Proctor Park

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March 10
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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Clinton Historical Society
1 Fountain Street
Clinton, NY 13323 United States
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Date:
March 10
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Website:
https://clintonhistory.org/events/

Venue

Clinton Historical Society
1 Fountain Street
Clinton, NY 13323 United States
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