How a struggling photographer became the ‘Duchess of Carnegie Hall’

Publisher: 
New York Post
Date: 
August 16, 2017
When Editta Sherman first moved with her family to studio No. 1208 above Carnegie Hall, she was a 37-year-old struggling photographer, a scrappy naif compared with the building’s more-glamorous tenants, such as Leonard Bernstein and a young Marlon Brando. That was in 1949. By the time she left in 2010 — kicking and screaming, to make way for commercial and educational space — she was the building’s grand dame, its foremost chronicler and most eccentric resident. Read more…
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