Great architecture with a fun history.
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I took ballet lessons here back in the 1970’s. William Reilly was the instructor, quite mean.
And the beautiful windows are Louis C. Tiffany, the real deal.
I never knew that the Conservatory was formerly a private mansion (although it makes sense, doesn’t it, on Prospect Avenue?).
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