Spotlight on Orchard Beach Pavilion

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Monday, September 26, 2011
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The effects of the cement cancer on the pavilion may signal an early demise. (AN/Stoelker)

The effects of the cement cancer on the pavilion may signal an early demise. (AN/Stoelker)

Deborah Wye’s lecture on Orchard Beach yesterday at the City Island Historical Society Nautical Museum was months in the making. The curator emerita of MoMA’s prints department was immersed in research about a year ago for the Nautical Museum’s exhibit celebrating 75 years of Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park and in particular its bathhouse pavilion. The show, called Orchard Beach Pavilion: Past, Present and Future, runs through October 16.  The show and lecture got a huge bump when Christopher Gray made the pavilion the focus of his “Streetscapes” column in Sunday’s New York Times.

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