Riverside Park New Deal Sites - Photo #45 - Soldiers and Sailors Monument at 89th Street

The Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Riverside Park at West 89th Street, commemorating the New York regiments that fought in the Civil War. Designed by the Stoughton & Stoughton architectural firm (which also designed the 52nd Precinct Stationhouse in the Bronx) and built in 1900-1902, just a few years after Grant's Tomb on 123rd Street, the monument was designated a landmark in 1976.

I haven't found any New Deal connection yet, but the New Deal was all over every other monument in and around Riverside Park so I can't believe they never touched this one. Once I find a definitive answer I'll put the information.


  1. Dunlap, David W., “Interior of Soldiers and Sailors; Monument Remains a Hidden Jewel”, New York Times, May 20, 2015.
  2. New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Finding and Designation, September 14, 1976, Number 2, LP-0932.