Barry Lewis describes BHS

Open House New York podcasts:

“Architectural Historian Barry Lewis describes the Brooklyn Historical Society and its context within the architecture of Brooklyn Heights.  Learn how the Queen Anne elements of the Historical Society set it apart from the neighborhood’s brownstones.”

Listen here: Barry Lewis on BHS

Check out the other podcasts – there’s so much good stuff happening for Open House New York Weekend!

Sady Sullivan

About Sady Sullivan

Sady Sullivan is Director of Oral History at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
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