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Showing posts from February, 2014

Alexander Hamilton's The Grange

(Revised September 2015) Below is the dining room of the only real house Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804) ever knew, a place he called The Grange, built in the bucolic countryside of Harlem Heights north of what was then New York City.

The Evening Commute at the 168th Street Station, Visions of Dystopia

This post was originally published on February 6, 2014 on the author's now defunct blog, 60 Guilders.