Film premiere and reception to introduce a new film 'A Walking Tour of Historic Murray Hill'

Film premiere and reception to introduce a new film 'A Walking Tour of Historic Murray Hill'

 

Organized by

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

Date / Time

Saturday, November 2, 2019
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Description

The Preservation & Design Committee of The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association present a new film 'A Walking Tour of Historic Murray Hill' featuring 14 Landmark Buildings and spectacular footage of our scenic neighborhood.

The afternoon program will also include a tribute to Minor Bishop, architectural historian, preservationist, artist and long-time resident of Murray Hill, who originated the walking tour program.

The event concludes with a reception.

The film features tour guide Robin Garr, and includes lively historical background and architectural commentary on Murray Hill's landmark buildings as well as history of the neighborhood.

DVDs will be available for purchase at the film premiere.

The film was produced and edited by Videotex in partnership with EdgeCity Design.

Photo: Detail of the Landmark De Lamar Mansion (now the Polish Consulate)

Who Should Attend

This event is open to the public.

Procedures/Directions

Purchase tickets on line or call 212-689-6730.

Registration Fees

Number of people to register:



Venue

Landmark Bowdoin Carriage House now The Henry George School of Social Science
149 East 38th Street
(between Lexington & 3rd Avenue)

 

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