1978 image of the World Trade Center by Balthazar Korab. Korab was one of the leading architectural photographers in the period after World War II. He died at the age of 86 and his life was remembered in the New York Times obituaries on January 27th, 2013. 
The World Trade Center 
Illustrated Lecture and Book Signing
with West-Sider Anthony W. Robins

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 at 6:00PM
Macaulay Honors College at CUNY
35 West 67th Street

From David W. Dunlap’s 12/3/2012 New York Times review of The World Trade Center: “Mr. Robins’s collection evokes this same [upbeat] spirit and adds a rich dimension to trade center history.”

Originally published in 1987 while the Twin Towers still stood–brash and controversial, a new symbol of the city and the country–Robins’s book offered the first serious consideration of the planning and design of the World Trade Center.  A decade after the disaster, a new World Trade Center is rising on the site. It is only natural, then, that we will find ourselves thinking about what life was like in the original Center. This new edition of the book–expanded to include copies of some of the documents upon which the text was based–is offered as a memory of the World Trade Center as it once was. 

Space is Limited. Reservations Required! 
$20 for “Steward” members, $25 for non-members 
2-for-1 Admission for “Partners” and above members

It’s a twofer*! Robins will return in March 2013 for an illustrated slide lecture celebrating the arrival of his new book, the hot-off-the-press Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark. Attend two slide lectures for the price of one! For more information about the World Trade Center and Grand Central Terminal books and about Anthony W. Robins, visit 

To inquire about your membership status and/or to purchase tickets email landmarkwest@landmarkwest.org, or call 212-496-8110

*A coupon offering two items, especially tickets for a play, for the price of one.
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