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Campus Heritage Preservation Plan

Prepared by Mesick • Cohen • Wilson • Baker • Architects
388 Broadway Albany, NY 12207
April 2009

This Campus Heritage Preservation Plan has been prepared for the State University of New York at Albany, with funding from the Getty Foundation, as part of the Getty’s Campus Heritage Initiative. The purpose of this program was to help colleges and universities with architecturally significant campuses in identifying, surveying, assessing, analyzing, and planning for the future of their historic resources. The University at Albany will use this report as a tool to guide preservation and future development of the campus designed by renowned architect Edward Durell Stone.

All information is provided in Adobe PDF format in individual sections as indicated in the table of contents below. The complete Campus Heritage Preservation Plan is available online for download(14.6 Mb)

Table of Contents

Part I - History and Development

Part II - Surveys and Analyses

Part III - Recommendations and Guidelines

Part IV - Supplemental Materials


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