Save the date for this one … a lecture on Bruce Price, the architect extraordinaire of Tuxedo Park. That constellation of A-frame houses down by the Tuxedo Park Library — also Bruce Price designs.
The Tuxedo Historical Society sponsors a talk by architectural historian and writer Francis Morrone, who will discuss Bruce Price’s enormous impact on the architecture and character of Tuxedo Park and the surrounding area. A professor at New York University’s School of Professional Studies, Morrone has written eleven books on the architecture and history of New York City, as well as architectural guidebooks to Philadelphia and to Brooklyn. He is the recent recipient of the Landmarks Lion Award for lifetime achievement in historic preservation in New York City.
Refreshments will be served.