Cooper Union Foundation Building

Cooper Square (E. 7th to Astor Place)
New York, NY 10012
212-353-4195
Along with being famous for its architecture and namesake (Peter Cooper), Cooper Union was the site of many presidential lectures, starting with Lincoln and continuing up to Wilson. It also happens to be in the heart of the East Village, around the corner from St. Marks, the Public, and Joe's Pub.

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