My friends and I arrived in the early afternoon and needed a bit sustenance before heading for the exhibits. The Cafe offered some great dishes; the Waldorf salad was excellent. The current special show of some of Cyrus Tilton's work is thought-provoking, and we never had heard about E. Charlton Fortune, an American impressionist painter (lady) whose colorful works filled one room on the 3rd floor. Due to time constraints we could only rush through the European section but made it a point to see the Crocker Family and Ball room. Exceptional!
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