DeWitt Clinton


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United States politician who as governor of New York supported the project to build the Erie Canal (1769-1828)

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Ironically, Jack Foner's son, Eric, would become a brilliant Hofstadter student and succeed his mentor as the DeWitt Clinton Professor at Columbia.
The Walentases are trying to court the neighborhood, Levin said, noting that "there are aspects of the plan that are very appealing to the community," including the decision to center the building's bulk in the middle of the block and keep the facade low on the side facing DeWitt Clinton Park.
DeWitt Clinton was clearly destined for great things from an early age.
was 28 miles; when Governor and former New York City mayor DeWitt Clinton proposed a 364-mile ditch (replete with watertight locks and aqueducts) through an untamed upstate wilderness, it was not unlike New York State, in advance of NASA, proposing its own lunar landing.
The New York State Library was the brain child of Governor DeWitt Clinton.
DeWitt Clinton Smith, Company D: On May 21, 1861, three weeks after enlistment, a photographer captured Lt.
Felicia Barahona, a 32-year-old former teacher at DeWitt Clinton High School in New York City's Bronx, gave birth to a student's child after a sexual relationship.
The kick-off event will be held at New York City's DeWitt Clinton High School on April 4.
After graduating from Dewitt Clinton High School in 1940 he received his Bachelors Degree from New York University in Civil Engineering.
Willy attended DeWitt Clinton High School in New York.
Volante, chairman of Volante Associates, has been elected Chairman of the Board and that Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University, has been elected to the Board of Directors.
Paint lockers, stairwells and create murals at Dewitt Clinton Elementary School in West Rogers Park
The brokers were also able to view Griffin Court's recently unveiled mural depicting a golden pattern of trees intended to mirror the courtyard and the nearby DeWitt Clinton Park.
It also points out that two key elements in making New York what it is today were devised by DeWitt Clinton, a visionary 10-term mayor and three-term governor.
Ulmann's winning mural depicts a pattern of trees using variations of light and shadow intended to evoke the building's 8,700 s/f private courtyard end the nearby DeWitt Clinton Park.