Kingsland HomesteadQueens Historical Society - Committee Opening

Queensmark Opening

Readers of this website know of the great work Queens Historical Society has been doing with its "Queensmark" program. More than sixty beautiful bronze plaques have been awarded to structures and sites in Richmond Hill, College Point, Hunter's Point, Jackson Heights, Corona, and East Elmhurst. Our latest Queens- mark community is Astoria, which received its plaques on June 17 of this year. This is a unique program, created by a group of devoted Queens preserv- ationists committed to the heritage and history of Queens.

We are looking for an architectural historian, or architect, in that order, who shares our goals, and would like to become part of our group. The meetings and commitment load are reasonable. Meetings and field trips are convenient and challenging.

If interested, please fax to Stanley Cogan (718) 224-2771, or write to 35-37 211th Street Bayside, NY 11361

NYSCA These web pages are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.
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