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In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Edith Gonzalez talks about the Pieter Claesen Wyckoff House in Canarsie, Brooklyn, the oldest structure in the...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Fred Goodman talks about Woodlawn Cemetery in the north Bronx. A massive necropolis of 400 immaculately and p...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Kurt Schlichting talks about the Waterfront Museum in Red Hook, Brooklyn. This small barge, listed on the nat...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Pamela Hanlon talks about the United Nations headquarters, in Turtle Bay. Hanlon, an independent historian, is...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Olga Sooudi talks about the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City, designed and created by the Japanese-American ...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” we speak to David Gary about King Manor, in Jamaica, Queens. The author of a dissertation on Rufus King -- an ...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Blanche Wiesen Cook talks about Roosevelt House, the private home of Franklin and Eleanor, in Manhattan’s Up...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Sergey Kadinsky talks about the Ridgewood Reservoir in Highland Park, a source of water for Brooklyn until th...

In this episode of The Gotham Center podcast “Sites and Sounds,” Michael Hattem talks about the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, where the remains of nea...

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