MAYOR ED KOCH
Posted on February 1, 2013 by AnAfternoonWith...
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All right, he grills!!
Nice to see praise, rather than dissing people all the time. Thanks for being so positive!
It’s rare to hear about a politician that’s actually a decent person! Haha. It was cool that you got this peek into his life.
So many great mayors in NYC but Mayor Koch could have been the greatest during my life time. What a personality. He walked the streets with the people. He cared.
Sorry to hear of his passing.
Great blog as well as pics.
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Terrific tribute to Mayor Koch! . . . Wonderful collection of photos – great job of capturing his essence.
Fellow New Yorker here…so sorry he has parted. You were fortunate to know him personally…great man indeed. These are great photos of him so thanks for sharing them!
He was such a character! I love characters.
A life well lived.
Rest in peace Mayor Koch! You will be missed, don’t you think!
I wrote to him, once, when his dog went missing, and he answered my letter. It was such a thrill in my young life. What a nice man, he was.
Thats a great story thanks for sharing it.
I saw him lecture once at Cornell in the late 80s. Such a personality and a charisma – I dont remember the details, but the idea of the guy still makes me smile. A rare pol indeed. The ultimate world ambassador for NYC.
I live in Australia, so I only know about Mayor Koch what I have heard on the news over the years. Not one negative note, it has all been positive and in some cases inspiring. Mr Koch was not only an unusual man, but also, it seems to me, a role model for what politicians should aspire to but never seem to. Thanks for the photos, I really enjoyed that peek you gave us into his home.
R.I.P. Mayor Koch. (Great photos, by the way).
Mayor Koch was an original. It’s sad to know he’s gone.
Indeed he was an original. Always larger than life.
Thanks for your comment.
since being a little girl, places like this always gave me a feeling of security and home. this is a wonderful way of rememberance and honor. thank you.
Thanks for you comment Annton.
great pictures michael, what a beautiful place he had, very together, everything in it’s place. i love that
Absolutely stunning rooms. My favorite is the dinning room—such a power statement in excellence.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
You’re so cool. (Nhi too)
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Love the cool,