"America's Mayor: John V. Lindsay and the Reinvention of New York"

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During his eight-year tenure as the mayor of New York City, John V. Lindsay dealt with several near-devastating events, including a transit strike, a brutal blizzard, and rioting both on Wall Street and after the death of Martin Luther King Jr. (He also switched political parties near the end of his second term.) This exhibit looks at the life and the legacy of the city’s 103rd mayor.

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