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The great pianist, composer, singer, teacher and the first woman conductor was born in Caracas, Venezuela on December 22, 1853 and died here at "Della Robia" on June 12, 1917 as an American citizen. A pupil of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Anton Rubin…
A founder and leader of the American women's rights movement An ardent advocate of women's suffrage and a tireless fighter for equality and justice, she lived her last years at this site.
The director and producer of silent and sound epic films lived here from 1906 to 1913. He directed the first Hollywood feature motion picture, The Squaw Man (1913). Known for his multimillion-dollar spectacles, he produced 70 films including The T…
The conductor and composer, lived here from 1904 to 1924. During that time, he organized the Victor Herbert Orchestra, wrote the operettas "Naughty Marietta" and "Sweethearts," advocated the Copyright Law of 1909, and helped to found ASCAP.
The influential educator and philosopher rejected education by rote in favor of "learning by doing," which develops the critical thinking skills Dewey believed were essential for participation in a democratic society. He lived here from 1913 to 19…
Born on the Lower East Side, the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland, abstract expressionist Barnett Newman was one of the foremost color field painters of the mid-twentieth century. His rejection of expressive brushstrokes, in favor of harder-ed…
Designed by Richard Morris Hunt in the Victorian Gothic style, the former Association Residence for Respectable Aged Indigent Females was constructed between 1881 and 1883. Few structures by this important American architect survive in New York Ci…
Carl Schurz (1829-1906) was born in Liblar, Prussia (near what is now Cologne, Germany). In 1848, while a doctoral candidate at the University of Bonn, he joined the democratic revolt opposing the autocratic German government. After participating …
Fiore Family owned Founded by Steve Fiore in 1972. We are the original "Moving Store": First retailer to sell boxes and moving supplies in New York City
George Gershwin - composer and Ira Gershwin - lyricist created many memorable works here. 102 and 103 Streets Block Association June 19, 1982