Join Ginny Poleman on a virtual walk up Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue as she shares photos and tells stories about the homes and their owners—people like Henry Clay Frick, Andrew Carnegie, Joseph Pulitzer, and other wealthy New Yorkers who spared no expense on these magnificent homes that still stand today. Learn about the Beaux Arts architectural style that defined the era and the aesthetic of New York during the City Beautiful Movement, and the architects that designed them, names like Stanford White, Whitney Warren, and the team of Carrère & Hastings. This presentation will give you a glimpse into the life of one of New York’s most prestigious avenues during the Gilded Age.


Day:  Tuesday
Dates: January 19
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location: ZOOM
 Fee:  $20



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