Tag Archives: New York

Watching the Jackie Watchers

In 1967, journalist Alan Levy was in New York City, studying the crowds of fans and photographers who swarmed around Jackie Kennedy. As you’ll read in these excerpts from his Post article, what he saw said a lot about the woman and about the average New Yorker. ... More

Recalling An Earlier ‘Twin Towers’

Developer Louis Horowitz, a visionary developer, created many of New York’s skyscrapers, including the Equitable Building (pictured). Before the World Trade Center, his constructions were some of the tallest in the world. Read his rags-to-riches story, as he told it in the pages of the Post in 1936. ... More