Francis Morrone

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Francis Morrone (born 1958) is an American architectural historian, known for his work on the built history of New York City.[1]

Morrone's essays on architecture have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, City Journal, American Arts Quarterly, the New Criterion, Humanities, and the New York Times. He was a columnist for the New York Sun for six and a half years (2002-2008).[2] In April 2011, he was named by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the 13 best tour guides in the world.[3] Morrone was a 2012 recipient of the Arthur Ross Award of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art,[4] and a 2016 recipient of the Landmarks Lion Award of the Historic Districts Council.[5]



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