New York Historical Society Museum Store
New York, NY 10024
Village Voice's Description
Highlights of this top-notch book collection include M. Lasek's 1960 illustrated children's classic This Is New York
; Stephen O'Connor's Orphan Trains
, documenting the more than 250,000 city children shipped to Midwestern homes; and Michael Henry Adams and Paul Rocheleau's Harlem Lost and Found
, a social and architectural history of the world-famous African American neighborhood. And while you're roaming the grand hallways, check out "Children at Risk: Protecting New York's Youth, 1653-2003," and think about donating to The New York Times
Neediest Cases campaign. It would make a great gift for the girl or guy who has everything.
Tips from foursquare
On 11/9/11, I spoke at the grand re-opening of the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library following its three-year renovation.
The city’s oldest museum has an archive of more than 1.6 million pieces of art, including Hudson River School paintings and the entire collection of John James Audubon’s Birds of America watercolors.
Pay-what-you-wish admission on Fridays starting at 6pm
The engaging, family-friendly exhibits and children’s museum offer a great way to connect with the history of New York. We like matching a morning visit here with an picnic in nearby Central Park.
Founded in 1804, this museum contains over 60,000 items. Pay what you wish Fridays from 6 – 8 p.m. Learn about other museum discounts in NYC on MetroFocus
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