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Amid all of the controversies at NYC's National Arts Club, the building's history—it is one of the most remarkable Victorian buildings in the city—is often forgotten. Writer James Nevius traces the building's roots from the creation of Gramercy Park, along which the dual townhouse sits, through its ownership by politician and attorney Samuel Tilden. [Curbed NY]