An Architectural Firm That Shaped New York

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Historians Kate Lemos and Bill Morrison explain how one architectural firm, Carrere & Hastings, designed some of New York’s most distinctive buildings--like the New York Public Library and the Metropolitan Opera House.

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