Discover Lost Treasures of Murray Hill: Talk by Tom Miller followed by light refreshments

Discover Lost Treasures of Murray Hill: Talk by Tom Miller followed by light refreshments

 

Organized by

The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association
The Preservation and Design Committee
212-689-6730 (voice)
sldemmet@gmail.com (email)

Date / Time

Sunday, April 2, 2017
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Description

Join us for a talk by Tom Miller, the well-known architectural and social history blogger, who will be speaking about prominent buildings that once graced Murray Hill, but are no longer with us. Grand structures, such as the Murray Hill Hotel, the Billings and Havemeyer Mansions on Madison Avenue and the 34th Street Armory were lost. Tom will explore the stories of the people and events as well as the architecture that made these structures worth remembering.

Tom is the author of "Seeking New York", which includes a section on Murray Hill. He writes a blog dedicated to New York City architectural history called "A Daytonian in Manhattan" (daytoninmanhattan.blogspot.com).

His lecture will highlight the rapid loss of architectural heritage to development, and underscores the MHNA's work to preserve the historic character of our area.

The talk will be followed by light refreshments.

Who Should Attend

Open to MHNA members and their guests and to SJS members.

Procedures/Directions

Open to MHNA members and their guests.

SJS members should contact Terry Katz for tickets.

Registration Fees

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Venue

Society of Jewish Science
109 East 39th Street
(between Park and Lexington Avenue)

 

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