What if John Wilkes Booth really assassinated Lincoln because of a sibling rivalry? The Brothers Booth by Cynthia Von Buhler will explore that possibility.
Lynn Lieberman's watercolor map takes you from Union Square Park to Madison Square Park, showing architectural highlights in Gramercy Park and Irving Place
On December 17, 1831 a deed by Samuel Ruggles established the plot of land between 3rd Avenue and Park Avenue South from 18th to 21st Streets as Gramercy Park.
On December 10, 1905, William Sidney Porter, aka O. Henry, published a short story "The Gift of the Magi" in the New York Sunday World, written at Pete's Tavern
There are some places you step into and you're instantly whisked into a bygone time. The National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, NYC is one of those.
Founded by Edwin Booth in 1888 to give actors a place to socialize with New York's elite, the Players Club is living history where you just might run into a celebrity.