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Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, 2008

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The Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, 2008. The boathouse was created through the generous donations of Carl and Adeline Moses Loeb.

Image courtesy of Jim Henderson via Wikimedia Commons.

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The Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, 2008. The boathouse was created through the generous donations of Carl and Adeline Moses Loeb.

Image courtesy of Jim Henderson via Wikimedia Commons.

Ellen Lehman Mccluskey

Interior design maven Ellen Lehman McCluskey shaped the look and feel of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and businesses, including the Plaza, the Waldorf–Astoria, and Regency hotels.

Rebecca Touro Lopez

Rebecca Touro Lopez successfully petitioned the Rhode Island State Legislature to preserve the Touro Synagogue of Newport, one of the first cases of the government preserving an unoccupied historic building.

Betsy Shure Gross

Betsy Shure Gross’s love of nature and open spaces led her to restore a local treasure: the last surviving linear park designed by Frederick Law Olmstead.

Carnegie Hall Cropped

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>Carnegie Hall at 881 7th Ave 10019 New York, NY United States.

Photograph by David Samuel.

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>Carnegie Hall at 881 7th Ave
10019 New York, NY
United States.

Photograph by David Samuel.

Cooper Union

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Cooper Union
7 East 7th Street
10003 New York, NY
United States

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Cooper Union
7 East 7th Street
10003 New York, NY
United States

Betsy Shure Gross

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Conservationist and activist, Betsy Shure Gross.

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Conservationist and activist, Betsy Shure Gross.

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Creator of Central Park Boathouse Adeline Moses Loeb dies

November 28, 1953

Creator of Central Park Boathouse Adeline Moses Loeb dies

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The 8th of the Top 11 Labor History Landmarks in New York City is the Carnegie Hall.

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