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- Oct 1 2020 - 'In Plain Sight: The Mansions of Midtown' Webinar -
- Oct 1 2020 - Lowell Thing, Cover Treasure: The Adventures of a Margaret Armstrong Collector - The New York Society Library
- Oct 1 2020 - '1918 x 2020: Global Fashion in the Age of Pandemics' Webinar -
- Oct 2 2020 - 'The Gilded Age Mansions of the Jay Gould Family, Railroad Dynasty' Webinar -
- Oct 2 2020 - "The Underground History of Sewers (and What Not To Flush)' Webinar -
- Oct 6 2020 - Book Discussion with Pietro Cicognani and Isabella Rossellini - 192 Books
- Oct 6 2020 - A Conversation with Speaker Nancy Pelosi with Jonathan Capehart, moderator - 92nd Street Y
- Oct 9 2020 - 'A Crash Course on NYC's Garment Industry' Webinar -
- Oct 11 2020 - Open Doors - Green-Wood Cemetery
- Oct 12 2020 - 'City Island, the "Cape Cod" of New York' Webinar -
- Oct 14 2020 - 'The Woolworth Building & Five-and-Dime Store Legacy' Webinar -
- Oct 14 2020 - More Than Just Tiles: Guastavino, Green-Wood, and A New Discovery - Green-Wood Cemetery
- Oct 14 2020 - 'The Long Island Estates That Inspired The Great Gatsby' Webinar -
- Oct 15 2020 - Virtual Author Talk and Signing: "My Creative Space" by Donald M. Rattner, Architect -
- Oct 16 2020 - Worn on This Day - The National Arts Club
- Oct 17 2020 - Scavenger Hunt: Now What, New York? - Open House New York
- Oct 17 2020 - Virtual Walking Tour – How to Build a Neighborhood: An Architectural Exploration of the Lower East Side - Tenement Museum
- Oct 30 2020 - The Fabric of Crime - The National Arts Club