She was a Kennedy. She was an Onassis. She did not define herself by her husbands. Realizing that future generations would need the insights of the past for guidance, her preservation efforts galvanized the rest of the country to protect its historic monuments. Aided by her public profile, her work helped bring about the Historic Preservation Act of 1966: the most far-reaching preservation legislation enacted in the United States.
Presented by actress and first person interpreter Jill Lawrence.
This program is funded by the Friends of Howell Library and the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.Howell