The Frick should withdraw its expansion proposal, which will destroy the character-defining intimate experience of this historic landmarked museum.

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Steven Neckman
5 years ago
I'm all about preservation NOT development.

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smart laylah
5 years ago
I am appalled that the Frick would consider such a monstrosity. Who are the trustees, the board members? Have they lost the vision?
I rail against this idea and I hope they will not be granted permission to build a 100' structure that has no space for art but remain offices and a cafe, gift shop. Buy another building. Leave the viewing garden alone. This is a historic work of art by a renowned architect. No words!

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Athleen H. Yauger
5 years ago
The Frick was and is a favorite destination for Dr. Yauger and me for sixty odd years! Please let's keep the jewel as is !

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James Scanlan
5 years ago
I too am against this preposterous expansion proposal, which will destroy the character-defining intimate experience of this historic landmarked museum.

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Carlos Garcia
5 years ago
Any expansion will disrupt the peaceful atmosphere and aesthetic coherence of the museum.

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MARISA HULS
5 years ago
As aHistory Major, It is important to preserveas much as we can in it authenticity in midst of a city full of modern buildings. History will be lost if The Frick is altered. Thank you

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Dave Croyle
6 years ago
This home and it's contents are absolutely amazing and would be a terrible thing to destroy any part of it.Especially in a city that has destroyed so much history for nothing more than greed

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Marybeth Ward
6 years ago
It is a crime to destroy such a beautiful work of art. It is a glorious building and doesn't need to be altered.

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Waltraud Bernstein
6 years ago
Bigger is not better

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Lamar Lentz
6 years ago
Library and Museum Director, did PHD research at the Frick, devoted to the Frick as it is now.