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Remarks by Prince Amyn at the World Monument Fund Gala 2018-10-23

Prince Amyn honored at World Monument Fund Gala 2018-10-23
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Remarks by Prince Amyn Aga Khan at the 2018 World Monuments Fund Gala upon receiving the Hadrian Award in New York City on October 23, 2018

Thank you very much

I am flattered and I am honored and it has been a joy working with the WMF

Prince Amyn honoured at World Monuments Fund’s Hadrian Gala 2018-10-23

World Monuments Fund (WMF) honored Prince Amyn Aga Khan  2018-10-23

World Monuments Fund (WMF) honored Prince Amyn Aga Khan, of the Aga Khan Development Network, and Dr. Eusebio Leal Spengler, historian of the city of Havana, Cuba, at the 31st annual Hadrian Gala held at the Rainbow Room in New York City on October 23.

Amyn Aga Khan honored with Hadrian Award at 2018 Gala

Amyn Aga Khan honored with Hadrian Award at 2018 Gala

Prince Amyn Aga Khan honored with the 2018 Hadrian Award at Gala in New York City 2018-10-23

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Prince Amyn honoured at The Hadrian Gala: Honoring Extraordinary Leaders since 1988 2018-10-23

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Prince Amyn Aga Khan

Prince Amyn Aga Khan is a lifelong supporter of cultural heritage in all its forms. He obtained a bachelor’s from Harvard University and a master’s from Harvard’s GSAS while studying in parallel at the New England Conservatory of Music. In 1964, he joined the United Nations Secretariat in the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, and later joined the Aga Khan’s Secretariat.

Remarks by David Rockefeller at the Hadrian Award Luncheon 1996-10-25

Hadrian Award October 25, 1996

Remarks by David Rockefeller at the Hadrian Award Luncheon
The Plaza Hotel, New York, N.Y October 25, 1996
Those of you who are regular guests at the Hadrian Award Luncheon may have noticed that this seems to have become a regular time for me to be a guest at these meetings. I should assure you I’m not seeking a permanent place on the program. This is the third consecutive Hadrian lunch at which I’ve been privileged to speak about the work of the World Monuments Fund, and indeed it is certainly worthy of all the attention that any of us could give to that work.


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