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Feb. 28, 1966: This image of the Penn Station wreckage in Secaucus Meadowlands, N.J., was published several times, and helped create a law establishing the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Ada Louise Huxtable of The New York Times described the Secaucus graveyard, containing 25 centuries of debris, as a “pretty classy dump” of classical culture, style and elegance — “a setting of macabre surrealist vérité.” Photo: Eddie Hausner/The New York Times

This hurts my heart.

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    Oh, but this breaks my heart.
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    I want to publish a book and have a blurb from Ada Louise Huxtable on it that says “pretty classy dump”
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