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Brownstones Ballot Boxes Suffrage Tour

at Archive on Parade - Brooklyn Heights 158 Hicks St, Brooklyn, New York 11201

Meet the badass Brooklynites who brought us the ballot. Behind the stately facades of Brooklyn Heights’ most gracious brownstones lies the history of firebrand feminism! The wise “women of Brooklyn” were doctors, lawyers, educators and orators who made some of the foremost contributions to the Suffrage movement. Join us for a walk through their...

Saturday Oct 26th, 1:30pm - 3pm

Downtown Terra Cotta Tour

at Archive on Parade - Manhattan 145 Nassau Street, New York, New York 10038

Before New York’s tallest towers were sheathed in glass, they were clad in clay. Terra-Cotta, or “fired earth,” is an ancient building material made of baked clay, that helped make New York a Modern city. At the turn of the 20th century, terra-cotta became a sought-after fire-proof skin for the steel skeletons of the city’s tallest buildings. ...

Saturday Oct 26th, 4pm - 5:30pm

Sympathetic Spies

at Archive on Parade - Financial District 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York 10004

​Sympathetic Spies: George Washington's Eyes and Ears in Lower Manhattan The British Revolutionary War Spymaster Major George Beckwith claimed that, "Washington didn't really outfight the British, he simply out-spied us." The General's master-spies operated out of Lower Manhattan. As we make our way between The Battery and Wall Street, we'll retrace...

Thursday Oct 24th, 11am - 12:30pm

Midtown Terra Cotta Tour

at Archive on Parade - Midtown 131 W 55th St, New York, New York 10019

Terra-Cotta, or “fired earth” is the clay chameleon of the concrete jungle: it can mimic stone or sport a rainbow of Technicolor glazes. Both light-weight and highly malleable, its ideal for both slim curtain walls and ornate sculptural ornaments. By the turn of the 20th century, many of the city’s most eminent architects, including Cass Gilbert,...

Sunday Oct 27th, 4pm - 5:30pm

Diamonds and Sabotage

at Archive on Parade - Midtown 700 5th Ave, New York, New York 10019

Only in New York: A sabotage ring is run from a yacht club. An opera singer presides over a safe-house. A celebrated theater hides top-secret naval intelligence in plain sight. Join us for a walk through Midtown. As we inspect some of New York's finest hotels and most elegant office towers, we'll find out how some of the city's most prestigious addresses...

Monday Oct 28th, 11am - 12:30pm

Dance Your Way to Revolution

at Archive on Parade - Greenwich Village 125 E 11th St, New York, New York 10003

The Anarchist Emma Goldman said, “If I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution.” Kick up your heels and join us for a tour of the neighborhood that shaped her freewheeling philosophy. As we wind our way between 14th Street and Houston Street, we’ll uncover the area’s rebellious past. Along the way, we’ll meet the Rebel Girl and the...

Thursday Oct 24th, 1:30pm - 3pm

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New Schools

at Archive on Parade - Greenwich Village 66 W 12th St, New York, New York 10011

Course Title: New Schools: Education and Radical Free Thought in Greenwich Village From the first free circulating library in New York City to "The People's Institute," Greenwich Village is home to some of the earliest public educational institutions in New York City. The Village's pedigree as a bastion of free expression has roots in its educational...

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Shake the World

at Archive on Parade - Greenwich Village Washington Square Arch, New York, New York 10012

Imagine you are at a party with the journalist Walter Lippmann, the dancer Isadora Duncan and the playwright Eugene O’Neil. Two things are probably true: you are at Mabel Dodge’s Wednesday Night Salon, and Marcel Duchamp is swinging from the chandelier. Dodge began her salon in 1912, when the Village entered its “Lyric Period,” and was dubbed...

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