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Bank Street College of Education where Margaret Wise Brown Author of "Goodnight Moon" and "Runaway Bunny" found her vocation as a writer for the very young, is designated a literary landmark by Friends of Libraries U.S.A.

610 West 112th Street, New York, NY, United States

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Dorothy Parker birthplace Site of the summer cottage of Dorothy Parker. Short story writer, critic and poet. Member of the Algonquin Round Table. Champion for social justice. Born here in West End, New Jersey August 22, 1893 is designated a Literary Landmark by Friends of Libraries U.S.A.

732 Ocean Avenue, West End, NJ, United States

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The Algonquin Hotel. Site of the legendary Algonquin Round Table of the 1920s, where such acid-tongued wits as Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley and Alexander Woollcott traded barbs and bon mots daily over lunch. The century's literary luminaries -- William Faulkner, Sinclair Lewis, Harold Ross of The New Yorker, Gertrude Stein and James Thurber, among countless others -- also found a haven within its oak-lined walls.

The Algonquin Hotel, West 44th Street, New York, NY, United States

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Dr. Seuss national memorial at the Quadrangle. Theodor Seuss Geisel, known to the world as the beloved children's author and illustrator, Dr. Seuss, was born in Springfield Massachusetts in 1904 and drew much of his early inspiration from his hometown. May this memorial serve to spark creativity in future generations. Friends of the Springfield Library Inc.

220 State Street, Springfield, MA, United States