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Book Talk: Stanford White in Detail

Purchase the Book! 20% off with Code FALL20 at Checkout Nothing defines Stanford White, a partner in the legendary architectural firm of McKim, Mead, and White, and the master of…

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McKim, Mead & White on Avenue D

…unassuming buildings with unexpected history. Yet how unusual to see them hired to do repair work on a building after it suffered fire damage. Stanford White was listed as project…

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E.B. White and his Greenwich Village

…couple more successful submissions by White to the magazine, its literary editor, Katharine Angell recommended to editor-in-chief and founder Harold Ross that White be hired as a staff writer. White

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Greenwich Village at the White House

…Museum.  But it used to have a home in the White House. Here’s the story of how Christopher Street and Greenwich Village made it into the nation’s First Home. In 1933,…

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White Brick in the South Village

101-103 Thompson Street Thinking of white glazed brick buildings can conjure images of boxy post-war high rises on the Upper East Side, but almost fifty years before they came into…

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2011 Annual Meeting

…the Columbia School of the Arts and the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Judson Memorial Church Beyond the formal classical facade of Judson Memorial Church, built by Stanford White

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Washington’s Arch

…the bill and brought on Stanford White, of the famous firm of McKim, Mead, and White, to create the design. The arch spanned 5th Avenue just north of Washington Square….

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31 Literary Icons of Greenwich Village

…Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885). 28. E.B. White, 16 East 8th Street and 112 West 13th Street Elwyn Brooks White famed author of the children’s novels Stuart Little and Charlotte’s Web lived in Greenwich Village…

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Neighborhood History

…red brick townhouses built in the Greek Revival style drew wealthy members of society. The crowning addition to this urban plaza was the triumphal marble arch designed by Stanford White….

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Voting Rights For All? 1624-1870

…all men are created equal, so all white and black men could vote, right? Unfortunately, no. Not even all white men could vote. It depended on the state, but the…

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Judson Memorial Church: 2011 Village Awardee

…limestone, and terra-cotta façade of Judson Memorial Church at 55 Washington Square South, designed by Stanford White, of McKim, Mead, & White and completed in 1893, remains defiantly and elegantly…

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On This Day: Washington Square Arch

…Square Arch was dedicated. The above image shows what the arch looked like that year. Designed by Stanford White of McKim, Meade & White, the arch has become one of…

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What happened on this day in 1789?

…Arch. www.washingtonsquarenyc.org According to the New York City Parks Department, the “marble Washington Arch, designed by noted architect Stanford White, was built between 1890-1892 and replaced a wooden arch erected…

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173 Seventh Avenue South

…off-white color instead of the current bright white and that the art wall exclude the word ‚Äúbaby‚Äù from its verbage since that would be advertising. 05/07/2019 – At today’s LPC…

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