‘McKim, Mead and White and Murray Hill’ a talk by Tom Miller 3/1/20 at 11am

Talk to begin at 11am followed by reception until 1:30pm

Join us for a talk by Tom Miller, Murray Hill’s favorite New York architectural historian and blogger.

Between the 1870’s and 1920’s, the renowned firm of McKim, Mead and White designed numerous iconic New York City buildings, including the Morgan Library’s 36th Street Building, the Collector’s Club and Robb House, which are among the architectural gems of Murray Hill. Hear Tom’s take on these amazing buildings (among others) and their even more incredible residents.


On his blog, “Daytonian in Manhattan” (https://daytoninmanhattan.blogspot.com), Tom Miller chronicles the history of New York City structures and the people who lived in them. He is also the author of ‘Seeking New York: The Stories Behind the Historic Architecture of Manhattan – One Building at a Time,’ and more.

Tom’s lectures have become a regular part of the MHNA calendar and his talks on Murray Hill buildings have always been sell-outs – so book your seats early!

This event is co-sponsored by The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association’s Preservation & Design Committee and The Makor Center for Spiritual Judaism.


Organized by The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association Preservation & Design Committee.

Place:  The Makor Center for Spiritual Judaism (Society of Jewish Science)
109 East 39th Street (between Park & Lexington Avenue)

To Register online at www.murrayhillnyc.org.

Call 212-689-6730 or email  sldemmet@gmail.com

MHNA or Makor Center member $20 / Non-member $25