Current Exhibit: Leading with Integrity & Innovation-A Tribute to Stan Lundine

Stan Lundine

This exhibit pays tribute to Stan Nelson Lundine and celebrates his political career nearly 50 years after it began. Exploring Stan Lundine’s greatest accomplishments in each sector of his career, the exhibit showcases Stan’s outstanding ability to lead with honesty and ingenuity. The display also features many pictures and campaign memorabilia documenting Stan’s political history and includes a mini-documentary film recounting his career.
Stan Lundine was Mayor of Jamestown from 1969 to 1976, a Congressional Representative from New York from 1976 to 1986, and Lieutenant Governor under Mario Cuomo from 1987 to 1994. He was a leader known for his transparency and his ability to solve nearly any problem set before him. Stan was always willing to listen to his constituents and compromise with others to do the right thing for his city, his district, and his state. While mayor, Stan established the Labor Management Committee and was one of the first leading officials take a stand against pollution. He creatively tackled issues regarding nuclear waste, flooding, and more while in Congress and worked on economic development, job training, and technology challenges as Lt. Governor. This exhibit honors Stan Lundine and his ability to lead with integrity and innovation.