At the end of the 19th century, one of the earliest planned communities in the United States was created just over an hour outside of New York City. Learn about the founding of Tuxedo Park, some of its more famous inhabitants, and, of course, why the tuxedo is named after it.
Jennet Conant, Tuxedo Park : A Wall Street Tycoon and the Secret Palace of Science That Changed the Course of World War II, 2003.
Chiu Yin Hempel, Tuxedo Park: Lives, Legacies, Legends, 2010.
Christian R. Sonne & Chiu Yin Hempel, Tuxedo Park: The Historic Houses, 2007.
125th Anniversary Presentation of the Tuxedo Club (with pictures!)
Polar the Titanic Bear
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