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Guide to the Papers of Harmon Hendricks Goldstone
1906-1979 (bulk 1966-1979)
  MS 256

New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
(212) 873-3400

New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Valerie Paley and Jan Hilley, with later assistance by Alison Barr.

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on April 19, 2023
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Administrative Information


Bequest, 2002 and 2004.

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. (Researchers may not accrue unused copy amounts from previous days.)

Use Restrictions

Permission to quote from this collection in a publication must be requested and granted in writing. Send permission requests, citing the name of the collection from which you wish to quote, to the Library Director, The New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024.

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as the Harmon H. Goldstone Papers (MS 256), The New-York Historical Society.

Related Material at The New-York Historical Society

The N-YHS Library has other manuscript collections relating to historic preservation in New York including the Margot Gayle Papers,, the Shirley Hayes Papers, and the Carolyn Kent Papers.

The N-YHS Library also has several books co-authored by Harmon Goldstone:

Goldstone, Harmon H. and M. Dalrymple. History Preserved: A Guide to New York City Landmarks and Historic Districts. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1974. (Call Number: F128.7 G64)

Goldstone, Aline Lewis and Harmon Goldstone. Lafayette A. Goldstone; A Career in Architecture. New York, 1964. (Call Number: CT.G6245)

Goldstone also donated to the Library's collections a variety of items. The following examples include an architectural proposal, conference papers, and a children's story about preserving buildings:

Goldstone & Hinz Architects, P.C. Proposal for New Queens County Court Building: February 1989. [New York: Goldstone & Hinz Architects, [1989]]. (Call Number: F128QHD3890.N7G65)

Economic Benefits of Preserving Old Buildings: Papers from the Economic Benefits of Preserving Old Buildings Conference. Washington: Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1976. (Call Number: E159.E26 1975)

Colman, Hila. Andy's Landmark House. New York: Parents' Magazine Press, [1969]. (Call Number: PZ7.C7 1969)