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Comments on "Public Notice Regarding Section 106 Review of the Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fundís (Tulane) Proposal to Demolish the Anthropology Building (U064), 1021 Audubon Street, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA - Seeking Public Comment"
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Date of Comment Comment Name
City, State
10/7/2009 I am writing in opposition of the demolition of the Tulane Anthropology Building located at 1021 Audubon Street.

Fostering a cohesive community is vital to the success of all that a university is, and can be. A significant respect for the...     read more
Patrick Hernon
New Orleans, LA 
10/3/2009 I am writing to oppose the demolition of the Tulane Anthropology Building at 1021 Audubon Street. This building is unique in the Uptown area of New Orleans and adds to the architectural vibrancy of Tulane University and the neighborhood. This propert...     read more Christopher Bernhardt
New Orleans, Louisiana 
9/30/2009 I am opposed to the demolition of this building. I urge for deeper consideration of preservation and renovation of this building and hope to see the building ultimately be restored and put to use for student activities. Name redacted at request of author
New Orleans, LA 
9/30/2009 Allowing the destruction of this building will only hurt the historical aspects of this area. This building represents a unique period in Tulane history when students lived in these type of apartment houses around campus, and I would love to see it ...     read more Aaron Heishman
New Orleans, LA 
9/29/2009 I like this building and would much rather rehabilitate it than build a modern structure or parking lot. This building has character and has been a part of the landscape for many, many years.
John Bolton
New Orleans 
9/29/2009 I oppose the destruction of the Anthropology Building.

As a Tulane Law student, I have often observed the structure, which I find to be rather unique, while walking between campus and various points on and beyond Broadway.

I think i...     read more
Brad Vogel
New Orleans, Louisiana