Sunday, July 26, 2009

All Things Knickerbocker, but...

from the nytimes
The author neglected to mention Knickerbocker Village, so I added the last page.
I wrote to her informing her of the book's very important missing piece of NYC history.
A h/t to Paul Levine for spotting the article.
also Elinor spotted it and wrote to the times as well
Dear NYTIMES Editor,
bordered by Monroe, Market, Cherry and Catherine Streets
on the Lower East Side!!! You neglected to mention this
in the article on Page 10 in the Metro Section.
I grew up there, still visit it and it's a beautiful community
built in the early 1930's!
We had a reunion in May of adults from all over
the US who grew up there in the 1940's-1980's.
Thank you, Elinor Birnbaum Hecht

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