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The Alfred S. Pell Memorial Elm; not Hangman’s Elm

The Alfred S. Pell Memorial Elm; not Hangman’s Elm

The interest in generating new information about the disaster continues 100 years later.

The interest in generating new information about the disaster continues 100 years later.

Old reliable the RMS Olympic sailed through many years under white star and Cunard flags after they bought out white star when white star went under after her sister ship the Titanic sank, and her 3rd sister ship the Britanic which was turned into A hospital ship during WW1 hit a mine and sank in the Mediterranean Sea. She was stripped of her fineries and sold as scrap. Many of her interior wood workings can be seen to this day in hotels and homes in England.

Old reliable the RMS Olympic sailed through many years under white star and Cunard flags after they bought out white star when white star went under after her sister ship the Titanic sank, and her 3rd sister ship the Britanic which was turned into A hospital ship during WW1 hit a mine and sank in the Mediterranean Sea. She was stripped of her fineries and sold as scrap. Many of her interior wood workings can be seen to this day in hotels and homes in England.

Nantucket Today: State of the Elms

Nantucket Today: State of the Elms

New York's newest chic tourist attraction: The new Whitney Museum of American Art is now located in the gentrifying meatpacking district along the Hudson River.

New York's newest chic tourist attraction: The new Whitney Museum of American Art is now located in the gentrifying meatpacking district along the Hudson River.

A Cobblestone House and Gateposts on Bell Boulevard Point to the Past

A Cobblestone House and Gateposts on Bell Boulevard Point to the Past

Westchester's Ridge Hill in Yonkers, NY

Westchester's Ridge Hill in Yonkers, NY

The facade of 131 Charles St., center, and the entrance to 131½ Charles Street, a small backyard dependency where photographer Diane Arbus once lived.

A West Village Jewel With a History

The facade of 131 Charles St., center, and the entrance to 131½ Charles Street, a small backyard dependency where photographer Diane Arbus once lived.

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