Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1846/00/00 Morris Ketchum Developer Construction begins on four upscale townhomes on West 10th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, for Morris Ketham, a broker with offices at 47 Wall Street.
1847/00/00 Morris Ketham sells three completed townhouses to James Grosvenor and one at 61 W 10th Street to Fairfield County Bank.
1860/09/28 Funeral for Kate Crane Robb, daughter of David D Crane, is held at her parents' house, 61 West 10th Street. Kate, the wife of Charles Robb, had died in Chicago on September 25.
1871/05/09 Arthur J Peabody Groom Eleanor Elliot Russell marries Arthur J Peabody. It is probably soon after this they moved to No 61.
1875/00/00 It the 1870's, No 61 West 10th Street is renumbered to 15.
1885/00/00 Ernest Flagg Architect In the 1880s, 13 West 10th is expanded into a large mansion 54.5 feet width by building on 11 West 10th, a vacant lot.
1894/03/06 An important social incident of next week will be a vaudeville performance in aid of the Orthopedic Ward of the Post Graduate Hospital and the Shelter for Respectable Girls, to be given at the home of Mrs Arthur Peabody of 15 West Tenth Street. - NY Times
1894/12/03 Anna, daughter of Arthur and Eleanor Peabody, has her coming out party. A reception for more than 500 callers is held at 15 West Tenth Street and a cotillion is hosted at Sherry's (lost) in the evening.
1901/08/23 Archibald Russell Peabody Home A Russell Peabody, his wife Mary Peabody, and two children, John Watts Russell Peabody and Eleanor Elliot Russell Peabody, move into 15 W 10th Street.
1925/00/00 Jeremiah Milbank acquires 11 and 13 West 10th Street in the early 1900s.

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Particulars for Tenth Street Townhouses:
Area of Significance Architecture
Architectural Attribute Brownstone
Sight Category Building
Owner Private
Historic Use Single dwelling
Building Style Townhouse

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