Don’t Forget History.

My family, from Lodz, circa 1912, Brooklyn, New York. I decided to post this image of my mother’s side of my family. It’s the side I am closest to. I posted this image previously on Facebook and Pbase, where it has generated quite a lot of responses. We tend as we grow older, when friendsContinue reading “Don’t Forget History.”

“The Contemplative Vision and the Exaltation of Feelings”, at Gallery Brooklyn

Hi friends. If you are around this Sunday, October 27th, please drop by for the opening of, “The Contemplative Vision and the Exaltation of Feelings”, at Gallery Brooklyn, 351 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, in Red Hook. Opening is from 6-9Pm. Additional info, directions, etc., will be on their website. Exhibit will run forContinue reading ““The Contemplative Vision and the Exaltation of Feelings”, at Gallery Brooklyn”

“Drawn to Water: NYC H20”, Photoville, Pier 5, Brooklyn Bridge Park

If you are in the area, please drop by to see the exhibit! Thanks! ___________________________________________________________ Good Morning, I am writing on behalf of the East River Ferry to thank you for submitting photographs via submittable.com for our gallery at Photoville in Brooklyn Bridge Park later this month. We’re very excited to say that we likedContinue reading ““Drawn to Water: NYC H20”, Photoville, Pier 5, Brooklyn Bridge Park”

Brooklyn Bridge, May 24, 1883

On May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, linking Brooklyn with Manhattan, was opened to traffic with a celebration attended by President Chester A. Arthur, Gov. Grover Cleveland of New York, and Emily Roebling, the wife of the bridge’s main engineer, Washington Roebling.