Isador and Ida Straus School, Upper East Side, Manhattan

Here is a boxy, utilitarian school from 1959 in fun colors. Officially known as PS 198, it’s located at Third Avenue between 95th and 96th Streets. It is named after Isador and Ida Straus, who owned part of Macy’s department store and died in the sinking of the Titanic.

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One Response to Isador and Ida Straus School, Upper East Side, Manhattan

  1. Pingback: Public School 199, Upper West Side, NYC | Mid-Century Mundane

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