HISTORIC SITES

99 Ryerson Street

Walt Whitman Residence

Residences
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93 St. Edwards Street

Walt Whitman Branch, Brooklyn Public Library

Cultural & Educational Institutions
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Cadman Plaza East

Walt Whitman Park

Public Spaces
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72 Veronica Place

Walt Whitman Middle School 246

Cultural & Educational Institutions
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647 Broadway

Pfaff’s

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
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645-647 Broadway

David Mancuso Residence / The Loft

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Literary New York

New York City has long been home to a wide range of literary figures, including the 19th century poet Walt Whitman, whose famously homoerotic “Calamus” poems was one of the... Learn More

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Pre-20th Century History

Documentation of gay men and lesbians living and socializing in New York City dates back well over 150 years. By 1859, the renowned poet Walt Whitman became known for his... Learn More

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Brooklyn LGBTQ+ History

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HISTORIC SITES

170 East 2nd Street

Allen Ginsberg & Peter Orlovsky Residence

Residences
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St. Vincent's Triangle

NYC AIDS Memorial

Public Spaces
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67 Bleecker Street

Louis Sullivan & the Bayard-Condict Building

Stores & Businesses
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143-147 West 11th Street

St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan

Medical Facilities
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715 Ocean Terrace

Staten Island Community College

Cultural & Educational Institutions
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517 East 233rd Street

Woodlawn Cemetery

Public Spaces
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2 Spring Street

Robert Indiana Residence & Studio

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