At Gracie Mansion, a Powerful Art Show Honors the Diversity of 100 Years of Women’s Struggles

Gracie Mansion is a stately home with a complicated history. The Federal style residence was built on the East River in 1799 as a country house for a slave-holding Scottish merchant named Archibald Gracie. After passing through various owners, it fell victim to tax foreclosure in the late 19th century. … Read entire story.

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