Paul L. Kendall papers
SCOPE AND CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION
The Paul L. Kendall files cover property owned by the YMCA of Greater New York that included brownstones on 47th Street as well as property upstate in Orange County. Also include is the legal agreement between the Chinatown branch and the Henry Street Settlement as well as material related to the Downtown Brooklyn Development Committee.
- Creation: 1962-1988.
- Kendall, Paul L. (Person)
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BIOGRAPHY OF PAUL L. KENDALL
Paul L. Kendall, a graduate of the College of Wooster in Ohio, was vice president property management at the YMCA of Greater New York from 1979 to 1990. He was a frequent spokesperson for the Y during the community controversy over the proposed construction of a 41-story condominium tower adjacent to the West Side branch building in the space formerly occupied by McBurney School. After leaving the Y in 1990, Kendall became a consultant for a variety of non-profit organizations.
.4 Cubic Feet (1 box)
The collection consists of documents related to property managed by the YMCA of Greater New York.
See Detailed Description section for box listing.
Processed by: Louise Merriam, February 2016.
Catalog Record ID number: 9974083919101701
- PAUL L. KENDALL
- An Inventory of His Papers
- Finding aid prepared by Louise Merriam.
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