Strip of images of New York City landmarks
Ruth J. Abram
Billy Aronson
Ellen Bar
Drew Becher
Adrian Benepe
Marisa Berman
Lauren Hale Biniaris
Jonah Bokaer
Ellen Bruzelius
Victor Calise
Bruce Cannon
William Carden
Adolfo Carrion, Jr.
Wellington Chen
Lucie Chin
Melanie Franklin Cohn
Reverend James Cooper
Patricia Cruz
Susan De Vries
Eva Dean
Oskar Eustis
Linda Fairstein
Kristin Fields
Roy Fox
Charlotte Frank
Margaret Halsey Gardiner
Stacey Gershon
Deborah Glick
Beth Gorrie
Agnes Gund
Jeff Gural
Victoria Hallerman
Lane Harwell
John Haworth
Angel Hernandez
Joel Holub
Meredith Horsford
Sarah Johnson
Seward Johnson
Susan Henshaw Jones
Michael Kay
Catherine R. Kinney
Reverend James Kowalski
Paul LeClerc
Brian Lehrer
Pia Lindstrom
David Louie

David Mandel
Stephanie March
Leonard Marcus
Marty Markowitz
Helen Marshall
Larry Marshall
Joseph M. McShane
Louise Mirrer
James Molinaro
Mark Morris
Kate Mulgrew
Jim Muyskens
Laura Carpenter Myers
Lynn Neuman
Bebe Neuwirth
Elyse Newman
Jim Nicola
Jeannine Otis
Betsy Palmer
Laura Parsons
Dr. Antonio Perez
Nancy Ploeger
Warrie Price
Charles B. Rangel
Jennifer Ringer
Elihu Rose
Howie Rose
Barbara Rosenblat
John Schultz
Deborah Schwartz
Linda Shelton
Meredith Sorin
Sheldon Tannen
Barbara Tober
Diana Toole
Reverend William Tully
Frank Vagnone
Oliver Vaquer
Rosemary Vietor
Carol Ward
Bryna Wasserman
Sylvia Waters
Maggie Weber
Dr. Carolyn Williams
Gregory H. Williams
Paul Zelinsky

 

Ruth Abram

Ruth Abram describes the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in Manhattan

Abram is Founder and past President of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.

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Billy Aronson

Billy Aronson describes the
Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch
Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

Aronson is a playwright.

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Ellen Bar

Ellen Bar describes Strawberry Fields in Central Park

Ellen Bar is Director, Media Projects New York City Ballet

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Drew Becher

Drew Becher describes the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse in Upper Manhattan

Becher is former Executive Director of the New York Restoration Project, founded in 1995 by Bette Midler.

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Adrian Benepe

Adrian Benepe describes the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park, Manhattan

Benepe is Former Commissioner of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.

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Marisa Berman

Marisa Berman describes the
Kingsland Homestead in
Flushing, Queens

Marisa Berman is Executive Director of
the Queens Historical Society

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Lauren Hale Biniaris

Lauren Hale Biniaris describes 
Three Dancing Maidens in Central Park

Biniaris is Artistic Director,
Lauren Hale Dance

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Jonah Bokaer

Jonah Bokaer describes the Greenbelt Building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Bokaer is a choreographer and co-founder of the Center for Performance Research

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Ellen Bruzelius

Ellen Bruzelius describes the
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
in the Bronx

Ellen Bruzelius is Executive Director of the
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum

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Victor Calise

Victor Calise describes New York's City Hall in Lower Manhattan

Calise is Commissioner of the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities.

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Bruce Cannon

Bruce Cannon describes the
Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater
in Central Park

Bruce Cannon is the Artistic Director of the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater

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William Carden

William Carden describes the NY Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Lower Manhattan

Carden is the Artistic Director of the Ensemble Studio Theater

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Adolfo Carrion, Jr.

Adolfo Carrion Jr. describes the old
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

Carrion was Bronx Borough President from 2001 to 2009.

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Wellington Chen

Wellington Chen describes the Columbus Park Pavilion in Chinatown, Lower Manhattan.

Chen is Executive Director of the Chinatown Partnership LDC

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Lucie Chin

Lucie Chin describes the
Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum
in Brooklyn

Lucie Chin is Senior Docent at the
Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum

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Melanie Franklin Cohn

Melanie Franklin Cohn describes the
Alice Austen House on Staten Island

Cohn is Executive Director,
Council on the Arts and Humanities
for Staten Island

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Reverend James Cooper

Reverend James Cooper describes Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan and Saint Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan

Cooper is the 17th Rector of Trinity Church and Saint Paul's Chapel.

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Patricia Cruz

Patricia Cruz describes the The Gatehouse on 135th Street and Convent Avenue in Harlem.

Cruz is Executive Director
of Harlem Stage.

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Susan De Vries

Susan De Vries describes the
Dyckman Farmhouse
in Upper Manhattan

Susan De Vries is Director of the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

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Eva Dean

Eva Dean describes The Boathouse in Prospect Park

Eva Dean is Artistic Director, Eva Dean Dance

Photo: Dixie Sheridan, courtesy of Eva Dean Dance

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Oskar Eustis

Oskar Eustis describes The Public Theater on Lafayette Street
in Lower Manhattan.

Eustis is Artistic Director of The Public Theater.

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Linda Fairstein

Linda Fairstein describes Fort Williams
Governor’s Island, New York Harbor.

Fairstein is a novelist and
former Manhattan District Attorney.

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Kristin Fields

Kristin Fields describes the
Adriance Farmhouse at the
Queens County Farm Museum

Kristin Fields is Education Coordinator at
the Queens County Farm Museum

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Roy Fox

Roy Fox describes the
King Manor Museum
in Jamaica, Queens

Roy Fox is the Caretaker of the King Manor Museum

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Charlotte Frank

Charlotte Frank describes
The Town Hall on West 43rd Street
in Midtown Manhattan

Frank is Senior Vice President for Research and Development, McGraw-Hill Education.

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Margaret Halsey Gardiner

Margaret Halsey Gardiner describes the
Merchant's House Museum
in Greenwich Village

Gardiner is Executive Director of the
Merchant's House Museum

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Stacey Gershon

Stacey Gershon describes an Untitled mosaic mural by Hans Hofmann on West 49th Street in Manhattan.

Gershon is Collections Manager for the Hans Hofmann Trust.

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Deborah Glick

Deborah Glick describes the Jefferson Market Library in Greenwich Village, Manhattan

Glick has represented the 66th Assembly District (AD) in the New York State Assembly since 1990.

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Beth Gorrie

Beth Gorrie describes the
Staten Island Ferry

Gorrie is Director of Staten Island OutLOUD

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Agnes Gund

Agnes Gund describes Paley Park in Midtown Manhattan

Gund is President Emerita of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, after serving as its President from 1991 to 2002.

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Jeff Gural

Jeff Gural describes the Museum at Eldridge Street on Manhatan's Lower East Side

Gural is Chairman, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.

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Victoria Hallerman

Victoria Hallerman describes the
High Rock Park Gates

Hallerman is a poet and health writer.

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Lane Harwell

Lane Harwell describes the Chagall Paintings at the Metropolitan Opera in Midtown Manhattan

Harwell is Director of Dance/NYC


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John Haworth

John Haworth describes the Alexander Hamilton U S Custom House on Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan

Haworth is Director of the George Gustav Heye Center of the National Museum of the American Indian.

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Angel Hernandez

Angel Hernandez describes
The Edgar Allen Poe Cottage and Valentine-Varian House in the Bronx

Angel Hernandez is Education Coordinator at the Bronx Historical Society

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Joel Holub

Joel Holub describes the
Lewis H. Latimer House Museum
in Flushing, Queens

Joel Holub is the Caretaker of the Lewis H. Latimer House Museum

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Meredith Horsford

Meredith Horsford describes the
Voorlezer’s House in Historic Richmondtown, Staten Island

Meredith Horsford is Deputy Director
of the Historic House Trust of NY

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Sarah Johnson

Sarah Johnson describes the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art on Staten Island

Johnson is Curator at the Museum

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Seward Johnson

Seward Johnson describes his sculptures
Double Check and The Right Light
In Manhattan

Seward Johnson is an American artist.

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Susan Henshaw Jones

Susan Henshaw Jones describes the
Museum of the City of New York
on Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
in Upper Manhattan

Henshaw Jones is Ronay Menschal
Director of the Museum
of the City of New York

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Michael Kay

Michael Kay describes the new
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

Kay is play-by-play announcer for
New York Yankees baseball games
on the YES television network.

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Catherine R. Kinney

Catherine R. Kinney describes the New York Stock Exchange in Lower Manhattan

Kinney is former President and Co-Chief Operating Officer of NYSE Euronext.

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Reverend James Kowalski

Reverend James Kowalski describes The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
112th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
Upper Manhattan

Kowalski is Dean of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

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Paul LeClerc

Paul LeClerc describes the New York Public Library in Midtown Manhattan

LeClerc is former President of the New York Public Library

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Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer describes the Empire State Building

Lehrer is host of the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC, New York Public Radio

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Pia Lindstrom

Pia Lindstrom describes the
Red Steps in Times Square
in Midtown Manhattan

Lindstrom is an Emmy-award winning
TV Journalist and Film/Theater Reviewer.

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David Louie

David Louie describes the Kim Lau Memorial Arch in Chinatown, Lower Manhattan

Louie is Chairman of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of New York

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David Mandel

David Mandel describes Little Red Lighthouse in Upper Manhattan and
The Conference House on Staten Island

David Mandel is Director of Education for the Historic House Trust of New York City

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Stephanie March

Stephanie March describes the Grand Central Terminal on East 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan

March is a popular actress of theater, film, and television.

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Leonard Marcus

Leonard Marcus describes the Brooklyn Bridge over the East River.

Marcus is a children’s book historian, author, and critic.

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Marty Markowitz

Marty Markowitz describes the Parachute Jump at Coney Island, Brooklyn

Markowitz was Brooklyn Borough President from 2001 - 2013.

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Helen Marshall

Helen Marshall describes the Unisphere
in Flushing Meadows Park, Queens.

Marshall was Queens Borough President from 2001 - 2013.

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Larry Marshall

Larry Marshall describes the
Chinese Scholars Garden

Larry Marshall is a singer and actor

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Joseph M. McShane, S.J.

Joseph M. McShane, S.J. describes the
Fordham University Church on
The Rose Hill Campus, Bronx

McShane is president of Fordham University.

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Louise Mirrer

Louise Mirrer describes the
New York Historical Society
Central Park West and 76th Street,
Manhattan

Mirrer is president of the New York Historical Society

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James Molinaro

James Molinaro describes the Postcards 9/11 Memorial, honoring Staten Island residents who died in the attack on the World Trade Center.

Molinaro is Borough President of Staten Island.

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Mark Morris

Mark Morris describes the Lincoln Center Fountain in Midtown Manhattan

Morris is a dancer and choreographer and Artistic Director of the Mark Morris Dance Group

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Kate Mulgrew

Kate Mulgrew describes The Belasco Theater on West 44th Street in Midtown Manhattan.

Mulgrew is a distinguished actress of theater, film, and television.

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Jim Muyskens

Jim Muyskens describes the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Corona, Queens

Muyskens is Former President of Queens College of CUNY, the City University of New York, which administers the Louis Armstrong House Museum.

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Laura Carpenter Myers

Laura Carpenter Myers describes the Van Cortlandt House Museum
in the Bronx

Laura Carpenter Myers is Director of the Van Cortlandt House Museum

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Lynn Neuman

Lynn Neuman describes Archway Under Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO, Brooklyn

Lynn Neuman is Director, Artichoke Dance Company

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Bebe Neuwirth

Bebe Neuwirth describes the
Merchant Marine Memorial
in Battery Park in Lower Manhattan

Neuwirth is an award-winning actress, singer, and dancer of stage, film, and television.

(photo credit: George Holz)

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Elyse Newman

Elyse Newman describes 
Lefferts Historic House
in Brooklyn

Newman is Director of the Lefferts Historic House

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Jim Nicola

Jim Nicola describes the Judson Memorial Church
Thompson Street at Washington Square, Lower Manhattan

Nicola is Artistic Director,
New York Theater Workshop

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Jeannine Otis

Jeannine Otis (Jahneen) is a singer, actor, educator, and Music Director at St. Mark’s in the Bowery

Otis describes St. Mark’s in the Bowery

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Betsy Palmer

Betsy Palmer describes the Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland sculpture in Central Park and The Hans Christian Andersen sculpture in Central Park

Palmer has a long and distinguished career as an actress of film, TV, and theater.

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Laura Parsons

Laura Parsons describes the Winter Garden at the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan.

Parsons is Chairman of the Board, American Folk Art Museum.

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Dr. Antonio Perez

Dr. Antonio Perez describes
Balloon Flower, Red by Jeff Koons

Perez is President of the Borough of Manhattan Community College

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Nancy Ploeger

Nancy Ploeger describes the Chrysler Building on East 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan

Ploeger is President of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

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Warrie Price

Warrie Price describes the Battery Promenade in Lower Manhattan

Price is president and founder of the Battery Conservancy.

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Charles B. Rangel

Charles B. Rangel describes the Apollo Theater in Harlem, Manhattan

Congressman Charles B. Rangel has served in the U.S. House of Representatives from the 15th Congressional District since 1970.

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Jennifer Ringer

Jennifer Ringer describes describes the sculpture Balto in Central Park

Jennifer Ringer is a principle dancer
with the New York City Ballet
New York City Ballet

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Elihu Rose

Elihu Rose describes the GE Building at Rockefeller Center

Rose is Vice Chair, Rose Associates.

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Howie Rose

Howie Rose describes Citi Field in Queens.

Rose is play-by-play announcer for
New York Mets baseball games
on WFAN Sports Radio.

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Barbara Rosenblat

Barbara Rosenblat describes the
The Cloisters in Upper Manhattan

Rosenblat is a distinguished actress
and popular narrator of audiobooks.

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John Schultz

John Schultz describes the Delacorte Theater in Central Park

Schultz is Executive Director, Dancing Classrooms

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Deborah Schwartz

Deborah Schwartz is President of the Brooklyn Historical Society

Schwartz describes the Brooklyn Historical Society

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Linda Shelton

Linda Shelton describes the Jefferson Market Garden on West 10 Street in Greenwich Village

Shelton is Executive Director of the Joyce Theater Foundation

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Meredith Sorin

Meredith Sorin describes the
Hendrick I. Lott House in Brooklyn

Meredit Sorin is Deputy Director
of the Historic House Trust of New York City

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Sheldon Tannen

Sheldon Tannen describes the 21 Club on West 52nd Street in Midtown Manhattan

Tannen was a co-owner of the 21 Club for forty-one years.

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Barbara Tober

Barbara Tober describes the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan

Barbara Tober is Chairman Emerita of the Museum of Arts and Design

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Diana Toole

Diana Toole describes 
Gracie Mansion
on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

Diana Toole is Curator and Assistant Director of the Gracie Mansion Conservancy

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Reverend William Tully

Reverend William Tully describes  
St. Bartholomew’s Church
Park Avenue & 50th Street
Midtown Manhattan

Tully is Former Rector of St. Bartholomew’s Church.

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Frank Vagnone

Frank Vagnone describes the
Seguine Mansion on Staten Island

Frank Vagnone is Executive Director
of the Historic House Trust of New York City

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Oliver Vaquer

Oliver Vaquer describes the Flatiron Building 23rd Street & Broadway, Manhattan

Vaquer is an actor and voiceover artist

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Rosemary Vietor

Rosemary Vietor describes 
The Bowne House
in Flushing, Queens

Rosemary Rivietor is on the Board of
The Bowne House Historical Society

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Bryna Wasserman

Carol Ward describes the
Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum
in Upper Manhattan

Carol Ward is Director of Education and
Public Programs at the Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum

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Bryna Wasserman

Bryna Wasserman describes the Hebrew Actors' Union in the East Village in Lower Manhattan

Bryna Wasserman is Executive Director of the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene

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Sylvia Waters

Sylvia Waters describes the Joan Weill Center for Dance in Midtown Manhattan

Sylvia Waters is Artistic Director Emerita of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

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Maggie Weber

Maggie Weber describes the Old Stone House in Brooklyn

Maggie Weber is Director of Education at the Old Stone House

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Dr. Carolyn Williams

Dr. Carolyn Williams describes The Hall of Fame for Great Americans on the campus of Bronx Community College
Bronx, NY

Williams is Former President of Bronx Community College, New York

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Gregory H. Williams

Gregory H. Williams describes
The Great Hall in Shepard Hall at
The City College of New York
138th Street and Convent Avenue
Upper Manhattan

Williams is past President of
The City College of New York

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Paul Zelinsky

Paul Zelinsky describes the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn

Zelinsky is an artist, and a writer and illustrator of books for children.

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