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@NYCommTrust Walking by This Old House Monday! The Stuyvesant Fish House has been designated a National Historic #Landmark This early style residents was built for Elizabeth Stuyvesant when she married Major Nicholas Fish, a hero of the Revolutionary War. It was a gift from her father, Petrus Stuyvesant, great grandson of Peter Stuyvesant, and was one of five houses owned by the family on this once private lane. Hamilton Fish, who was born here in 1808, became successively New York’s Governor and Senator and served as Grant’s Secretary of State. Lafayette was entertained here during his triumphal visit of 1824. Plaque provided by the #NewYork #Community Trust helps generous new philanthropists, and is one of the largest funders of City nonprofits. #MovingMedia this #OldHouse in the #EastVillage The brick #FederalStyle #house located on #StuyvesantStreet lies within the #NewYorkCity Landmarks #Preservation Commission #HistoricDistrict
possesses national significance commemorating the #history of the #UnitedStates of #America #MadeinNY #StyleShow #film #filming #Historic #HistoricPlaces #2001films (at East Village)

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