Central Park

Central Park
Be sure not to miss Literary Walk, a place that is perfect to bring Not Much Fun. You will be in the company of statues to Will Shakespeare, Robert Burns and Walter Scott.
Except for the years she spent in California and Pennsylvania, Dorothy lived within a short walk of Central Park her whole life. She wasn’t the type to skip rope as a kid, however, and had few friends.

As the owner of so many dogs, Central Park is a destination. If you reside in Manhattan, your distance from your apartment to “The Park” is vital, and Dorothy lived in at least two residences within a block of the Park at the beginning and the end of her life.

At the turn of the century, the Rothschild family lived on West 68th Street, a half block from the Park. For the last 15 years of her life, Dottie lived in The Volney on the Upper East Side, a furnished apartment on East 74th Street, where she died in 1967.