- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 “Eloquent Reminders of Sailing and Shipbuilding”
- 2 “The Kind of Civilized Vision That New Yorkers Are Not Supposed to Have”
- 3 “Ships, the Heart of the Story”
- 4 “Look at Our Waterfront! Just Look”
- 5 “A Million People Came Away Better Human Beings”
- 6 “Shopping Is the Chief Cultural Activity in the United States”
- 7 “They Tore Down Paradise, and Put Up a Shopping Mall”
- 8 “The Museum Was Intellectually and Financially Bankrupt”
- 9 “It’s Tough When You Have a Museum in a Mall”
- 10 “A Ship Is a Hole in the Water into Which You Pour Money”
- 11 “Sometimes You Just Can’t Get a Break”
- About the Author
- Preserving South Street Seaport
- NYU Press
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