HISTORIC SITES

23 Beekman Place

Katharine Cornell & Guthrie McClintic Residence / Paul Rudolph Residence

“First Lady of the Theater” Katharine Cornell and her husband, director-producer Guthrie McClintic, lived here from 1922 to 1951. Architect... Learn More

Residences
curated themes

15 Sites

Art & Architecture

This curated collection highlights the many ways in which LGBT people have helped shape the built environment of New York City, from sculptor Emma Stebbins’s iconic Angel of the Waters statue in... Learn More

HISTORIC SITES

1133 Broadway

Mattachine Society & Daughters of Bilitis Offices

From at least December 1958 to July 1968, this building near Madison Square was the location of the offices of... Learn More

Organization & Community Spaces
HISTORIC SITES

223 West 42nd Street

Apollo Theater (42nd Street)

Opened as the Apollo Theater in 1920, this venue is significant as the site of the first lesbian love scene... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

851 Prospect Avenue

Prospect Theater

The Prospect Theater is significant in the LGBT history of the Bronx as the venue for the Yiddish play The God... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

101 East 63rd Street

Hirsch Residence / Halston Residence

In 1966, real estate lawyer Alexander Hirsch and his partner Lewis Turner commissioned architect Paul Rudolph to remodel their residence... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

246 East 58th Street

Modulightor Building

The Modulightor Building, built between 1989 and 1992, was designed by iconic modernist Paul Rudolph, who incorporated new construction into... Learn More

Stores & Businesses