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American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Landmarks of New York. . Constructed in 1907, this was the original home of the Colony Club. Stanford White was the architect and Elsie De Wolfe the interior decorator. In 1963, the building was acquired by the…
The Church of the Incarnation . contains art work by noted Victorians such as Tiffany, Lafarge, St. Gaudens, Burne-Jones, William Morris and Daniel Chester French. . The church is a New York City Landmark and was placed on the National Register …
Sniffen Court. New York City Historic District. . Designated an historic district on June 21, 1966 by the New York City landmarks Preservation Commission, these buildings were constructed in Early Romanesque Revival style about the time of the C…
Kips Bay, once known as Kepp's Bay, was the site of the British Army's invasion of Manhattan (September 15, 1776) early in the revolution.
A mixed force of about 4,000 British regulars and Hessian mercenaries landed at what is now the 34th Stree…
Here on September 20, 1881, at 2:15 A.M., Chester Alan Arthur took his oath of office as 21st president of the United States upon the death of president James A. Garfield, killed by a disgruntled office seeker. Garfield's death stirred nationwide …
This building was blessed
and inaugurated in the name of
His Holiness Pope John Paul II
H.E. Archbishop Leonardo Sandri
Substitute of the Secretariat of State
in the presence of
H.E. Archbishop Renato R. Martino
Apostolic Nuncio, Perma…
Designed by Ralph S. Townsend in the Dutch Revival Style, this Stable was erected in 1902. George S. Bowdoin, a partner in the banking firm of J.P. Morgan and Company, bought the building in 1907 to serve as the private stable for his nearby resid…
Completed in 1913 from plans of Warren & Wetmore and Reed & Stem on site of earlier depot built by Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1871. Statuary group over main entrance executed by Jules Coutan.
In honor ofMary Lindley Murraywife of Robert Murrayfor services rendered her countryduring the American Revolution,entertaining at her home, on this site,Gen. Howe and his officers, until theAmerican troops under Gen. Putnam escaped.
This McKim, Mead, and White residence, completed c. 1891, was commissioned by James Hampden Robb (1846-1911), former cotton broker, New York State Assemblyman and Senator (1882-85), and Commissioner of the Parks Department (1887-90). Designed in t…