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Read The New York Times Real Estate Section - Sunday, January 10th!
By John Freeman Gill
Click button above to read comments generated by the New York Times Article, "Preserving New York Ties to the Underground Railroad"
Watch the interview of historian, author and Save Riverside advisory board member, Michael Henry Adams by Jack Ford on WNET’s METROFOCUS. Ford and Adams discuss the NYC Landmark Preservation Commission’s recent designation of the abolitionist house at 227 Duffield Street, Bklyn., and why the
LPC should also designate the equally significant abolitionist House at 857 Riverside Drive.
Read: Do as I Say, Not as I Do? - a powerful and informative editorial about 857 RSD, 227 Duffield Street (Brooklyn) and the current state of the LPC in the Village Views blog of The Society for the Architecture of the City
by Ronald J. Kopnicki and Christabel Gough.
View the panel discussion/presentation:
"Hidden in Plain Sight:
The Last Houses Left in Audubon Park:
Rare Remnants from an Earlier Age"
Hosted and moderated by
Michael Henry Adams,
Historian and Preservation Activist/Historians Preservationists include:
Matthew Spady, Vivian Ducat,
and Joseph Amodio.
A house in Washington Heights once owned by Dennis Harris– an historic figure on the Underground Railroad, 857 Riverside
Drive is a key piece of history in Manhattan.
That house and its history now face the threat of being erased.
By Clay Lute January 23, 2021
LED BY SAVE RIVERSIDE'S OWN MATTHEW SPADY and
JANE"S WALK/ MAS
Click the picture to watch our new 42 second
PSA"Tell My Story"
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