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National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of New York. Architect: Richard Henry Dana Jr. Built: 1930. 215 East 71 st Street, between Second and Third Avenues. Borrowed colonial architectural elements. Cliveden , Germantown PA. 1763-1767. Stenton , Germantown PA. C. 1730.

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National society of the colonial dames in the state of new york

National Society of the Colonial

Dames in the State of New York

Architect: Richard Henry Dana Jr.

Built: 1930

215 East 71st Street, between Second and Third Avenues


National society of the colonial dames in the state of new york

Borrowed colonial architectural elements

Cliveden, Germantown PA.

1763-1767

Stenton, Germantown PA.

C. 1730

Westover, VA. 1730.

Philipse Manor Hall, NY.

1682-1755.


National society of the colonial dames in the state of new york

Floor Plans’ Distribution

Roof

Fourth Floor

Third Floor

Second Floor

Masters’ Areas

First Floor

Servants’ Areas

Cellar

Foundation


National society of the colonial dames in the state of new york

15’

4’4”

20’2”

Dining

Room

13’9”

18’2”

Entrance

Hall

21’9”

28’6”

16’3”

25’2”

23’8”

10’4”

12’8”

Serving

Pantry

18’1/2”

21’2”

20’4”

Members’

Dressing

Room

Kitchen

18’11”

9’10”

First Floor Plan - NSCDNY

20’2”

Members

Room

34’6”

38’3”

Members

Lounge

34’5”

Second Floor Plan - NSCDNY


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