Dust, Donald T.

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Donald Dust was reporter and a theater writer of the Newark Evening News from 1963 to 1972, and founded the Newark Landmarks and Preservation Committee in the ealry 1970s. He worked for the Newark City since 1973, when he became spokesman for the Health and Human Services Department, and serverved as an aide to Mayor Sharpe James since 1989 until his death in 1992.

From the description of Donald Dust collection 1971-2005. (Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library). WorldCat record id: 727075230

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creatorOf Dust, Donald T. Donald Dust collection 1971-2005. Newark Public Library, Main Library
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associatedWith Catholic Church corporateBody
associatedWith Episcopal Church. Diocese of Newark. corporateBody
associatedWith Krueger-Scott Mansion Cultural Center. corporateBody
associatedWith Newark Preservation and Landmarks Committee. corporateBody
associatedWith Newark Public Library. New Jersey Reference Division corporateBody
associatedWith Thirteenth Avenue Presbyterian Church (Newark, N.J.) corporateBody
associatedWith United States. National Park Service. corporateBody
Place Name Admin Code Country
New Jersey--Newark
Newark (N.J.)
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Buildings
Architecture--Conservation and restoration
Historic districts--Conservation and restoration
Railroads
Historic sites
Presbyterian Church
Architecture
Church buildings
Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Sources
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Active 1971

Active 2005

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