New York Social Diary
Date: 2012-01-11
Author: Jeffrey Hirsch

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Consulate General of the Republic of Poland. Originally built for industrialist Montana mining tycoon Joseph R. DeLamar, between 1905 and 1906, designed by Cass Gilbert. 11:30 PM. Photo: JH. Wednesday, January 11, 2011. Fair and partly cloudy yesterday in New York. Temperatures less than this past Spring-like weekend, but still nothing like winter as we have known it in this neck of the woods. The Things You Learn. Yesterday morning at 11, I went over to the Park Avenue Armory to meet with Elihu Rose. Elly, as he is known to his fan base of friends and acquaintances, is one of those New Yorkers who is famous to the famous for his personality, his intellect (hes a professor and war historian), his philanthropic participation in the communit...(read more)
... Consulate General of the Republic of Poland. Originally built for industrialist Montana mining tycoon Joseph R. DeLamar, between 1905 and 1906, designed by Cass Gilbert. 11:30 PM. Photo: JH. Wednesday, January 11, 2011. Fair and partly cloudy yesterd ...
... It has been excerpted in Vanity Fair although I hadnt read it. I was most interested in it because 1. This is not the first or even second or third biography of the Queen, and 2. Sally Bedell Smith is a pleasure to read. Her research is vast and tren ...
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