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Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy

 The Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed to preserve, protect and promote Jersey City's historic sites, buildings and districts. Among its activities, the Landmarks Conservancy is leading a major historic preservation campaign for the 1906 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Powerhouse, which is currently being considered for entry into the State & National Registers of Historic places. Additionally, the Landmarks Conservancy recently released their first annual Landmarks At Risk list, and plans to sponsor historic walking tours throughout Jersey City during National Preservation Week, May 13-19th, 2001. 

For more information on the Conservancy, Landmarks at Risk and projects, please visit their web site:

 To be added to the Conservancy’s emailing list or to request information on upcoming historic walking tours, please email them

Dan Levin, Secretary Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy, Inc. P.O. Box 68 Jersey City, NJ 07303-0068 Phone: 201.792.3386 



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