William Francis Warden Fund, Marshall H. Gould Fund, Frank B. Bemis Fund, Mary S. and Edward Jackson Holmes Fund, John H. and Ernestine A. Payne Fund, Otis Norcross Fund, Helen and Alice Colburn Fund, William E. Nickerson Fund, Arthur Tracy Cabot Fund, Edwin E. Jack Fund, Frederick Brown Fund, Elizabeth Marie Paramino Fund in memory of John F. Paramino, Boston Sculptor, Morris and Louise ...
Description. Washington Arch, constructed of white Tuckahoe marble, was conceived by Stanford White, who imitated a Roman triumphal arch, namely the Arch of Titus, iconic monuments which Roman emperors built throughout the empire to celebrate a victory or event.
In 1934, in the depths of the Great Depression, Vincent Astor foreclosed on the hotel's $5 million mortgage, and in May 1935, after a lengthy court battle, Vincent bought the hotel back from Mary Duke Biddle for $300,000, and set about remodeling it and restoring its reputation as New York's most elegant hotel. Post-Astor period
Robert Motherwell (January 24, 1915 – July 16, 1991) was an American abstract expressionist painter, printmaker, and editor of The Dada Painters and Poets: an Anthology.
02/04/2019 · Gardiners Island, which sits bay between Long Island’s North and South Fork, has been passed down through the same family for 380 years and access to the island is strictly by invitation only
Apple Fifth Avenue is an Apple Store, a retail location of Apple Inc., in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.It is in the luxury shopping district of Fifth Avenue between 49th and 60th Streets, and opposite Manhattan's Grand Army Plaza.