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Harrisburg’s Retail Heritage and the Legacy of Mary Sachs
March 7 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Jeb Stuart has been invited by the Camp Hill Historical Society to present “Harrisburg’s Retail Heritage and Legacy of Mary Sachs” at Prosser Hall in the Camp Hill Borough building.
The event will take pace on March 7th, at 6:30. No registration is necessary.
A native of both Harrisburg and Camp Hill and graduate of Susquehanna University, Jeb Stuart’s career has included the early administration of the city’s Architectural Review Board, preparation of numerous National Register Nominations, and participation in Certified Historic Rehabilitation Projects. His background is in historic preservation, real estate leasing and project development (having co-developed the 35-unit Simon Cameron School Apartments at Green and Muench Streets in Harrisburg and served as retail co-leasing agent of Strawberry Square).
Spanning five Mayoral administrations, Mr. Stuart has been involved in numerous projects such as overseeing the Harrisburg Tourism Study by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and helping to revive and manage the Harrisburg City Archives beginning in 2004. He also served as Harrisburg City Clerk, later as Dauphin County Economic Development Director, charter member of the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority and creator of the 113-exhibit outdoor landmark history tourism system seen throughout the city.
Mr. Stuart continues his involvement as immediate past Chair and member of the Harrisburg Parks Foundation, which recently assisted in the reactivation of fountains in Reservoir Park and the construction of a stage pavilion at Italian Lake. Mr. Stuart also is Preservation Advisor to the Historic Harrisburg Association, is a member of Historic Harrisburg’s Community Historic Preservation Fund, is a board member of the Historical Society of Dauphin County and the Harrisburg Area Riverboat Society.