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        History of Lincoln Center: the 1950s

      1. April 21, 1955
        The Mayor's Slum Clearance Committee (Robert Moses, chairman) is given the go-ahead from the New York City Board of Estimate to designate Lincoln Square for urban renewal.
      2. October 25, 1955
        Informal luncheon to discuss the possibility of a cultural project takes place.
      3. November 8, 1955
        The informal committee, as yet unnamed, elects John D. Rockefeller 3rd as its chairman.
      4. December 13, 1955
        The informal committee chooses as its official name the Exploratory Committee for a Musical Arts Center.
      5. June 22, 1956
        Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. incorporated.
      6. June 25, 1956
        John D. Rockefeller 3rd is named the first President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
      7. November 29, 1956
        The New York Philharmonic-Symphony Society Board of Directors passes a resolution to become a constituent.
      8. February 1, 1957
        The Juilliard School Board of Directors passes a resolution to become a constituent.
      9. February 21, 1957
        The Metropolitan Opera Association Board of Directors passes a resolution to become a constituent.
      10. May 14, 1959
        President Dwight D. Eisenhower breaks ground for Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
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