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Here are some links of interest to those taking my tours.

American Revolution Round Table New York

Five dinners per year.  Speakers are authors of recent books on the Revolution. First Tuesday in October, December, February, April, and June.  Coffee House Club, General Society Library Building, 20 W. 44th St., between 5th and 6th Avenues, Manhattan.

Morris-Jumel Mansion.  Manhattan’s oldest house, built 1765.  Gen. Washington’s HQ.  Fred Cookinham gives a docent tour once or twice a month. 65 Jumel Terrace. “C” local to 163rd St., Washington Heights. 212-923-8008.

Art Deco Society of New York

Slide show talks with book authors, field trips on Art Deco art and architecture

Noel Coward Society

Viewings at Museum of Broadcasting of Coward movies and interviews, annual flower laying at Coward sculpture at Roundabout Theater on Coward’s birthday (December 16).  Meet Broadway celebrities.

Jonathan Carriel

Author of the Thomas Dordrecht Historical Mystery Series. Jon has written four mystery novels set in New York on the eve of the Revolution.

Village Light Opera Group

Puts on a Gilbert and Sullivan show every fall, and an old Broadway show every spring.  Does concert versions of shows, and cabarets.  Always needs new members and volunteers, so you can help put on a show!