Window Display for Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York–Presbyterian

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At the invitation of Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital the New-York Historical Society will present a display in the Hospital lobby that will welcome families to the institution.

Noah's ark, 1850-1900. Wood, paint. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Katharine Prentis Murphy, 1956.101

At the invitation of Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital the New-York Historical Society will present a display in the Hospital lobby that will welcome families to the institution. This lively installation will feature a miniaturized façade of New-York Historical's building, leading into an interior populated with reproductions of some of its great treasures, including portraits of children and toys, in particular New-York Historical's beloved nineteenth-century Noah's ark.

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American Musicals Project >

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Field Trips >

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Field Trips

Take a field trip to the New-York Historical Society, where your students will discover history firsthand.

Choose from our wide range of inquiry-driven programs, all of which align with and support the Common Core State Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies and the New York State Learning Standards for Social Studies and for the Visual Arts.

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Teen Programs >

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The Education Department at the New-York Historical Society offers a wealth of out-of-school time programs designed to make history come alive for teens. Participants in our programs have a unique opportunity to explore the vast collections of the New-York Historical Society, working closely with museum professionals and alongside other students who share their interest in American Art and History.

Download more information on our Teen Programs here.

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DCHM Leadership Council Programs >

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DiMenna Children’s History Museum Leadership Council Programs
The Family Council and Founder’s Council are leadership groups that provide special access to the DiMenna Children’s History Museum as well as to the New-York Historical Society collections, exhibitions and library. Exclusive benefits include a variety of enchanting American history programs designed for children ages 4-13. Parents also receive special benefits.

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