Lazarus Morgenthau, a prosperous clothing salesman, wrote down his memories of his impoverished and nomadic childhood in the early 19th century.
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An exhibition at the Gould family’s estate, Lyndhurst, follows Louis Comfort Tiffany’s early work and Helen Gould’s commissions.
Carrie Rebora Barratt has spent most of her career as a curator and administrator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Look inside a vast collection of cards, from as early as the 1680s, featuring pop-ups, cutouts and Civil War soldiers.
The little-known work, by Howard Gardiner Cushing, features Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in unconventional clothing and has been turned into 18 framed panels.
A silver trophy given in 1900 to a philanthropist who financed what is now known as the 92nd Street Y will be on display there in March.
The photos, with architectural plans, were produced for New York’s exhibition rooms at the “Century of Progress” world’s fair in Chicago in 1933.
From a $25 million conservatory renovation to an evocation of Monet’s Giverny, highlights from Gregory Long’s stewardship of the New York Botanical Garden.
A new exhibition will focus on New York’s wartime role as a safe harbor for the displaced under Mayor Fiorello La Guardia.