Last Day to Visit ‘Robert Moses and the Modern City’ Exhibit at the Wallach Gallery

Today is the last day to visit the exhibit Robert Moses and the Modern City at the Wallach Gallery, which opened way back on January 30.

  • Steve Faust

    Check out the 1930 map of Blighted neighborhoods hanging on the first wall to the left as you enter the exhibit.

    All of Park Slope is included as Blighted.

    Banks were still Red-Lining the Slope when we went hunting a house mortgage in 1978.

    Guess we now know where Ratner got his Blighted designation from.

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