Untapped Cities is excited to be a media partner of this year’s 2018 Historic Districts Council Landmark Lion Award, which will honor Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Friends of Terra Cotta and Gladding, McBean, at Grand Central Terminal’s Oyster Bar on October 24th. In celebration, we are offering two tickets to our VIP Tour of the Woolworth Building with the building architect’s great-grand daughter Helen Post Curry. You can win by uploading and tagging photos of New York City’s gargoyles with the hashtag #nycgargoylecontest and following @untappedcities and @hdcnyc on Instagram. Enter from now until October 17th.

You can also join tonight’s event, New York’s Gargoyles: The Immigrants Who Made Them and the Hunters Who Saved Them,” an Illustrated Book Talk at the Brooklyn Historical Society with John Freeman Gill, author of The Gargoyle Hunters, in conversation with Laurie Gwen Shapiro, Untapped Cities writer and author of The Stowaway: A Young Man’s Extraordinary Adventure to AntarcticaYou can attend this talk for free as an Untapped Cities Insider

And don’t forget our other giveaway ongoing, for 2 VIP Badges to Open House New York, offering front of line access to any open-access site. 

 Gargoyles, Historic Districts Council, woolworth building

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