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HISTORIC MANHATTAN BUS TOUR WAS AN EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURE!

Group shot in front of Morris Jumel Mansion
Our fifth annual historic bus tour on Saturday, May 18 took us to Manhattan, one of the most famous peices of real estate in the world, for an experience that was both educational and enjoyable for all who attended. We took in the historic pre-revolutionary era Morris Jumel Mansion in upper Manhattan, and National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York headquarters in Midtown East with its fabulous American Colonial-style interiors, Sylvan Terrace with its block of attached wooden houses that survive from 1880, and a delicious lunch at Coogan’s in Washington Heights. Here are some delightful photos of our adventures. 
Owner of Coogan’s restaurant with Jim Trent our tour guide!
Aaron Burr’s room in the Morris Jumel Mansion
One of the gorgeous colonial-style rooms at the National Society of Colonial Dames
Sylvan Terrace, rare surviving 1880 block of attached wooden houses

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