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Tourist in Your Own Town #61 - Lewis Latimer House Museum The Lewis Latimer House Museum in Flushing Queens was home to one of the United States' greatest African American inventors. Lewis H. Latimer lived in this house from 1902 until his death in 1928.
Latimer, the son of fugitive slaves, ...
Opening Doors: Accessibility in Historic Houses of Worship A conversation on the challenges and rewards of tastefully and respectfully integrating Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) features—including elevators, ramps and lifts—to historic houses of worship.
The event was moderated by Conservancy President, Peg Breen. Panelists included: Clerical Leadership, Disability ...
2019 Living Landmarks Honorees 2019 LIVING LANDMARKS HONOREES
Carole Bailey French, as President of the St. Bartholomew’s Conservancy, previously accepted our Lucy G. Moses Award for the renovation of St. Bart’s elaborate dome. It was her leadership skills that finally achieved this multi-million dollar ...
Tourist in Your Own Town #60 - Voelker Orth Museum The Voelker Orth Museum in Flushing Queens is a picturesque frame house built in 1891. Inside, you will find the story of Conrad Voelker, a German immigrant, and his family whose furnishings and photos are on display.
The museum is ...
Tourist in Your Own Town #59 - New York City Fire Museum The New York City Fire Museum in Manhattan's Hudson Square District (or West SoHo area) is housed in a 1904 Beaux Arts former firehouse. Inside, you will find one of nation's most important collection of fire-related art and artifacts from ...
Tourist in Your Own Town #58 - Dyckman Farmhouse Museum The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum in the Inwood neighborhood of Upper Manhattan was designated a New York City landmark in 1967. The Dutch Colonial style house constructed of fieldstone, brick, and wood is the oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan.
Built in ...
Reclaim Frederick Law Olmsted's Historic Staten Island Home YOU CAN HELP – SUPPORT KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN
Click here to donate: http://kck.st/2R9E04R
Please support the Landmarks Conservancy’s Kickstarter Campaign to raise $16,000 to stabilize the Staten Island home of the father of American landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted.
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Tourist in Your Own Town #57 - Wave Hill - New York Public Garden and... The Wave Hill House in the Riverdale section of the Bronx was designated a City landmark in 1966. The neo-Georgian stone mansion is part of a large estate overlooking the Hudson River and is operated as an education-cultural center with ...
Tourist in Your Own Town #56 - Staten Island Museum - Snug Harbor Visit the Staten Island Museum located in Snug Harbor, Staten Island. Snug Harbor is an 83-acre campus, which was once a home for retired seaman. It now houses several cultural institutions in Landmark Greek Revival buildings.
The Museum dates from ...

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