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Almanac of New York City
Kenneth T. Jackson (ed); Fred Kameny (ed)
Here you will find the name of the cityís first comptroller (Selah Strong) and Staten Islandís most recently designated historic district (Our Lady of Mount Carmel Grotto) next to the cityís best-attended cultural institution (The Met. Museum) and its lowest recorded temperature (15 degrees below zero in Feb. 1934). It identifies the borough with the most residents who relocate to Palm Beach (Queens) and the borough with the highest number of Panamanian immigrants (Brooklyn). It lists (among many other things) NYís ranking in the cost of apt. rentals, the rate of obesity in each borough, the details of executions dating back to 1639, the longest-running Broadway shows, and the location of celebrated grave sites. Tables and graphs.
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