Take a virtual sleigh ride back in time with Peggy Gavan, author of The Cat Men of Gotham and Hatching Cat NYC, as she takes
you over the river and through the woods to Christmas past in Old New York. Explore some of the city’s timeless holiday
traditions via fun and amazing animal stories that made the headlines in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
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The holiday rush on Angora cats at Wanamaker’s Dry Goods Store
The yuletide event “to celebrate all good dogs, cats, and horses”
The horses that delivered America’s first public Christmas tree
And a holiday kitten shipped to Yorkville by parcel-post-delivery
The penguins and sea lions frolicking in the Prometheus Fountain
The Christmas kittens born in the Dewey Arch on Fifth Avenue
The Bronx Zoo reindeer delivered by crane to Rockefeller Center
The balloons that crashed into planes at the Macy’s Parade
Fun for animal lovers and New York City history fans alike!