Bronze Medallion (New York City award)

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The Bronze Medallion is the highest award conferred upon civilians by New York City.

New York City's Bronze Medallion.

The medal is presented by the Mayor to those individuals who have demonstrated, "exceptional citizenship and outstanding achievement". The recipients come from a wide range of backgrounds, including ordinary citizens, foreign dignitaries, athletes, and film stars.

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The medallion is two and three quarter inches in diameter and was designed by Michael Lantz, best known for his 1938 sculpture in front of the Federal Trade Commission building in Washington, DC.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.nyc.gov/portal/site/nycgov/menuitem.1cac08e0805942f4f7393cd401c789a0/index.jsp?eid=11708&pc=1095
  2. ^ Edward Ranzal,The New York Times, "Four Brooklyn Students Honored for Saving Man", May 21, 1974
  3. ^ Jean Crafton, The Daily News, "4 City Hall Job Seekers of Heroic Size", Tuesday, May 21, 1974, page 5
  4. ^ New York Post, "Four Hero Teens Win Praise & City Jobs", Tuesday, May 21, 1974, page 16

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