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    Winter Palace, New York City, 1933, a photo by Samuel H. Gottscho

  • Christine Longevialle

    “New York City views. Plaza buildings from Central Park.” February 12, 1933. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

  • Spring Ackerman-Altman

    Homer & Langley: A Novel: E.L. Doctorow- Based on a true story of two brothers living in a New York City brownstone as eccentric recluses. They were eventually buried in their own house by the junk they collected. Read this for book club- one of the best books I have read recenly

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