New York Architecture of the 1920s
Architectural historian Barry Lewis talked about the Art Deco architecture of New York City during the Jazz Age. Topics included the… read more
Architectural historian Barry Lewis talked about the Art Deco architecture of New York City during the Jazz Age. Topics included the German origins and American interpretation of apartments and skyscrapers. He showed slides throughout his presentation.
“Prohibition New York: Art Deco of the 1920s” was part of the Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speakers Series on History and Current Affairs, held in the Robert H. Smith Auditorium of the New York Historical Society. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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