Howard L. Green started Public History Partners in the summer of 2005. His clients include museums, historical organizations, government agencies, and individuals. Howard’s larger projects in the last few years include: a recent history of the Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, and a history of public school construction in New Jersey, which is nearing completion.
Museum exhibitions on which he has collaborated include Princeton during the Civil War and Princeton in the 1930s, as well as a show on the administration of the public health hospitals on Ellis Island, and on the steel mill and company town in Roebling, New Jersey.
In addition to these, Howard recently developed a programming plan for a storefront museum associated with the Hackensack Waterworks, and wrote the content of a website about the former Jewish Community Center facility in Ewing Township designed by world-famous architect Louis Kahn.