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Frederick Cookinham, licensed New York City tour guide, earned his Bachelor’s Degree in American History at Cortland State College in 1976, and his Master’s at Brooklyn College in 1987. Fred has led tours for the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Prof. Kenneth Jackson’s class at Columbia U., the New-York Historical Society, the Art Deco Society of New York, the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution, the Princeton Club, three book clubs, the Mont Pelerin Society of international economists, Fraunces Tavern® Museum, and Grayline.

He is the author of THE AGE OF RAND: IMAGINING AN OBJECTIVIST FUTURE WORLD and MAN IN THE PLACE OF THE GODS:  WHAT CITIES MEAN, both published by iUniverse and available from www.amazon.com.

All scheduled tours are $20, $15 for those over 65, except where noted.  Private tours are available for $30 a person; just give Fred a call.  Tours begin at 11 a.m., except where noted.

“The tour was super fantastic…erudite and passionate guide…”www.TinkertyTonk/OpenHouseNewYork/day2.com

“Lively…extraordinarily educational.”—DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

“Fred is a kind of poet and street professor….”—Anne Heller, NEW YORK OBSERVER, 2-9-04.  (Anne C. Heller is the author of AYN RAND AND THE WORLD SHE MADE.)

“The trivia spat out fast as tickertape. …inserts whole dates into his sentences.” — Laurie Gwen Shapiro, GRAND STREET NEWS.

“Fred is a knowledgeable and suave tour guide and his tours are a useful introduction to Ayn Rand.” —Gary Weiss, author of AYN RAND NATION

Call 718-397-9019 (Home)  917-607-9019 (cell)   fcookinham@juno.com for information or to arrange private tours.

 

THE AGE OF RAND:  IMAGINING AN OBJECTIVIST FUTURE WORLD, available from www.amazon.com.   See five reviews–four of them favorable–at Amazon website.

 Interview with Frederick Cookinham, author of The Age of Rand

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO’S MARGOT ADLER’S PIECE ON FRED’S AYN RAND TOURS ON “ALL THINGS CONSIDERED”!……….

http://www.npr.org/2011/04/26/135735227/ayn-rands-new-york-toured-via-atlas-shrugged