How a struggling photographer became the ‘Duchess of Carnegie Hall’

New York Post
August 16, 2017
When Editta Sherman first moved with her family to studio No. 1208 above Carnegie Hall, she was a 37-year-old struggling photographer, a scrappy naif compared with the building’s more-glamorous tenants, such as Leonard Bernstein and a young Marlon Brando. That was in 1949. By the time she left in 2010 — kicking and screaming, to make way for commercial and educational space — she was the building’s grand dame, its foremost chronicler and most eccentric resident. Read more…
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