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Temple Emanu-el. Landmarks of New York. . This limestone structure, built in 1923-1929, houses a Reform Jewish congregation founded in 1845. The Temple, adjacent Community House and Beth-el Chapel were designed by Robert D. Kohn, Charles Butler …
Knickerbocker Club. Landmarks of New York. . This third home of the Knickerbocker Club, organized in 1871, was designed by Delano and Aldrich and was completed in 1915. . . Plaque erected 1962 by The New York Community Trust
Welcome to the Dene Slope. A Native Meadow. . The design that Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux conceived for Central park transformed the rocky, marshy pre-park site into a masterful composition of diverse landscapes to create an idealized…
This statue, cast in bronze from the original
plaster sculpture, was enlarged 16 times by the artist to
create the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, perhaps
the most recognized symbol of freedom in the world.
This striking gateway, designed by Edward Coe Embury (1906 -1990) with sculpture by Paul Manship (1885-1966), was created as part of Central Park's children's zoo which opened in 1961. The zoo was first known as the Lehman Zoo for Children, as f…
30 East 62nd Street
The United States,
lived on this
1895 to 1898.
The lawyer and former New York governor lived here from 1917 to 1921, after losing the 1916 presidential elections to Woodrow Wilson. Hughes served as U.S. Secretary of State during the Harding Administration (1921-23) and the Coolidge Administrat…
New York City Chapter
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Honors the memory of
Polish born Brigadier General
(1746 - 1817)
A Patriot of the American Revolution
Planner of the fortifications at Bemis Hei…
The Pop artist best known for his silkscreens of cultural icons, including Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Chairman Mao, and Campbell's Soup cans, lived here from 1974 to 1987. The founder of Interview magazine and producer of underground films su…
Dedicated to the indomitable spirit ofThe Sled Dogsthat relayed antitoxins six hundred miles over rough ice across treacherous waters through arctic blizzards from Nenana to the relief of stricken Nome in the winter of 1925.