News Snippets about Earle Mack in the Arts
Earle Mack Nominated To Head Of The New York City Arts Council
From: Kitty Hart Resigns As Head Of Arts Council
by RALPH BLUMENTHAL
January 13, 1996
EXCERPT: “…Mr. Pataki said he was considering Earle I. Mack, a large campaign contributor who is a New Jersey real estate developer and who owns champion racehorses and serves on the board of the New York Racing Association, which operates New York State’s three largest racetracks.
Earle I. Mack, who lives on the Upper East Side, is a senior partner of a family-controlled real estate and investment business, the Mack Company of Rochelle Park, N.J.. The company, one of New Jersey’s largest developers, has built many commercial projects in New Jersey, Florida and Arizona.
In addition to the city ballet, he was listed on the board of the Dance Theater of Harlem and as vice chairman of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University…”
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Earle Mack Resigns From Chairman Of The New York State Council Of Arts
From: Arts Council Chairman Resigns
by FELICIA R. LEE
January 7, 1999
EXCERPT: “…Earle I. Mack, an arts patron and former real estate developer who helped restore financial aid to the arts in New York State to a level not seen in nearly a decade, has resigned as chairman of the New York State Council on the Arts.
Mr. Mack, who was appointed in 1996 by Gov. George E. Pataki, said he would remain on the board but would resign as chairman as of Monday to spend more time with his family…”
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Article About Earle Mack As A Contributor To The Arts
From: PUBLIC LIVES; For Developer With Arts Habit
June 10, 2004
EXCERPT: “…Among the Bush campaign’s big contributors, Earle I. Mack may be one of only a few who subscribe to the left-leaning Harper’s Magazine and enjoy the assaults on the administration by its editor, Lewis H. Lapham.
“Many of things he writes I don’t agree with,” Mr. Mack said, seated in his Manhattan living room. “But he is very funny and humorous. He is quick and amusing.”
And here is the conundrum that is Earle Mack. Although he is a developer who has used his money and influence to help Republican politicians, he seeks out the company of people who sometimes have an uneasy relationship with conservatives and businessmen: artists, performers and writers…”
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Earle Mack Receives The Ellis Island Medal Of Honor
Earle I. Mack
Chairman, New York State Council on the Arts
Russian/German 1997 Recipient
EXCERPT: “…Earle I. Mack, Senior Partner and Chief Financial Officer of the Mack Company, a commercial real estate enterprise, has a long history associated with business, the arts, education, public service, and thoroughbred racing…”
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