Margot Gayle

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From the NYT:

Margot Gayle, who brought a cast-iron will : cloaked in Victorian gentility : to the preservation of 19th-century architecture, popularizing the historic preservation movement in its infancy and helping save SoHo at a time when bulldozers were on the horizon, died on Sunday in her home on the Upper East Side. She was 100.

Read the rest of her obituary here.

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