From 1834 to 1907, the firm Currier & Ives produced more than one million prints of American life, replicating NYC scenes such as Central Park's ice pond on a wide scale. The museum’s extensive collection of these lithographs includes pieces by Childe Hassam and John O’Brien Inman, which popularized wintry images of one-horse open sleighs and bundled-up 19th-century skaters into the country’s memory.
|Venue name:||Museum of the City of New York||Contact:|
1220 Fifth Ave
|Cross street:||between 103rd and 104th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to 103rd St|
|Price:||Suggested admission $10, seniors and students $6|