Tag Archives: Hurricane Sandy

Photo of the Week: Hurricane Sandy

Where were you when Hurricane Sandy hit? The 2012 superstorm devastated homes, businesses, public transportation, and lives all throughout the region.  It’s been over two years since the storm, but the damage and memory of that event is not easily … Continue reading

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Documenting Sandy: Photographer Highlight — Robin Michals

Our Documenting Sandy exhibition is up in our 3rd floor gallery, featuring photographs by professionals and amateurs during the devastating aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.  This is the third installment of our photographer highlight series. In it, we tell you more about the photographers … Continue reading

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Documenting Sandy: Photographer Highlight — Nick Lakiotes

Our Documenting Sandy exhibition is up in our 3rd floor gallery, featuring photographs by professionals and amateurs during the devastating aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.  This is the second installment of our photographer highlight series. In it, we tell you more about the photographers … Continue reading

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Documenting Sandy: Photographer Highlight — Nathan Kensinger

In case you missed it, our Documenting Sandy exhibition is up in our 3rd floor gallery, exhibiting photographs taken by professionals and amateurs in the devastating aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.  A couple times a month, we’re going to tell you … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: Changing Landscape

In the past week, reflections of Superstorm Sandy abounded.  It’s clear that that many people are still dealing, materially and psychologically, with the aftermath of the storm.  We at Brooklyn Historical Society are chronicling how this storm, like many others … Continue reading

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