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Cast Your Vote for Our Annual Statue Costume Contest!
October 8, 2015

Last Halloween, trick-or-treaters were greeted by Frederick Douglass dressed as a stalwart sailor on 77th Street, while goblins and ghouls passing by the New-York Historical Society on Central Park West were welcomed by Abraham Lincoln in full Captain America regalia. These two historic American heroes will be getting into costume once again, as a part…

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Camp History Summer 2015: “Turn of the Twentieth Times”
September 11, 2015

As our campers and students all across the city head back to school this week, we reminisce about some of the fun we had at Camp History this summer and begin looking forward to our upcoming February and March 2016 sessions of Camp History! This August, Camp History was all about the turn of the…

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The Hirschfeld Century: Find the “Ninas”
July 22, 2015

Stop by the Museum this summer to hunt for “Ninas” in the exhibition The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld and join us on Wednesdays at 3:30 pm and Sundays at 12:30 pm for Sketching in the Galleries: The Hirschfeld Century. Families will find the “Ninas” on this educator-led tour and get the chance…

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Come Celebrate Independence Day at the New-York Historical Society!
July 2, 2015

If you’re looking to have some patriotic fun this Fourth of July, join us at the New-York Historical Society on Saturday for a special Independence Day Celebration! Families can hunt high and low throughout the Museum for objects from the Founding Era, listen to American tales told through song by the Hudson River Ramblers, and…

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Living History Day: Meet a Revolutionary War Reenactor
May 20, 2015

By Shana Fung Come meet members of the Revolutionary War’s Third New Jersey Regiment this Memorial Day. The brigade will be stationed at the New-York Historical Society in full uniform ready to answer your questions and share their stories about life on and off the battlefield during the American Revolution. And if you’re a revolutionary…

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