may 23rd, touring through nyc history
Posted: May 23, 2013 | 9:29 PM
1911: The New York Public Library opened at Fifth Avenue and 42nd St.
Carrere and Hastings edifice on
New York Public Library tours,
42nd Street tours,
midtown Manhattan walking tours,
and MSO Manhattan Sights Orientation tours.
The New York Public Library offers its own tours for free.
1937: Oil Tycoon Industrialist John D. Rockefeller died at 97.
1939: Francis Joseph Spellman became New York City's sixth Catholic Archbishop.
We see Spellman Hospital as we do Catholic New York tours or Fifth Avenue tours or MSO Guided tours known as Manhattan Step-on Guided tours.
1994: White peonies adorned the altar of St. Ignatius Loyola church on Park
Avenue for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis' funeral Mass. Seven-hundred personally invited family members, politicians and friends were there in tribute. The Upper East Side's heroine was buried next to President John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
We see her haunts at 1040 Fifth Ave and the Central Park Reservoir, now renamed for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on Central Park tours, Fifth Avenue walking tours, and MSO Manhattan Step On Guide tours.
2006: Charles Gibson replaced Elizabeth Vargas as anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight" evening newscast.