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Hopper House birthplace and boyhood home of the eminent realist painter Edward Hopper (1882 - 1967). The Hoppers' forebears came from Holland in 1652, and the artist's grandfather built this house in 1858. After graduating from Nyack High School, Hopper moved to New York but returned to the family home throughout his life. Local citizens saved the house in 1970 and formed the Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Foundation. Hopper lies buried in Oak Hill Cemetery.

82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY, United States

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Carson McCullers 1917 – 1967 Carson McCullers, writer and dramatist, made this house her home from 1945 to her death on September 29, 1967. Born in Columbus, Ga., on February 19, 1917, she achieved fame with The Heart is a Lonely Hunter 1940 and Reflections in a Golden Eye 1941. In this house she completed The Member of the Wedding 1946, The Ballad of the Sad Café 1951, Clock Without Hands 1961, and other plays, short stories, poetry and autobiographical works. “They are the we of me.”

131 S Broadway, Nyack, NY, United States

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