NYC’s Library Lions are getting a makeover

The iconic marble lions stationed outside the New York Public Library – which were named Patience and Fortitude in the 1930s by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, after the qualities he felt New Yorkers would need to survive the Great Depression – will be getting some much-needed tender loving care.
ABC New York News video.


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