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    The 1 Wall Street Banking Room Interior, a unique and elaborately tiled space commonly known as the "Red Room," represents the work of two masters: architect Ralph Walker and muralist Hildreth Meière.

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    The Willoughby-Hart Historic District in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn features two blocks of distinctive late-19th century row houses and is an architectural highlight within the broader neighborhood.

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    Frederick Douglass Memorial Park is the only existing non-sectarian cemetery founded by — and specifically for — New York City’s Black community, and offered a dignified place for Black New Yorkers when discrimination and segregation excluded them from other burial sites.

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    The Renaissance Revival-style office building is a notable landmark in Brooklyn’s civic and commercial center, and a testament to the pivotal role electricity played in fueling Brooklyn’s early 20th century development.

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    More Than A Brook: Brooklyn Abolitionist Heritage Walk is an interactive audio tour that explores Brooklyn’s rich abolitionist heritage through the stories of significant abolitionists and historic sites associated with them.

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