A view of The Grange in its second location, with a bronze statue of Alexander Hamilton by William Ordway Partridge on the right.
In 1962, the Society gave The Grange to the NPS, allowing the U.S. Congress to authorize the establishment of the Hamilton Grange as a National Memorial, according to the NPS.
This 1964 photo shows the northwest room on the first floor.
In 2008, the NPS moved The Grange from its second location (West 141st Street and Convent Avenue) to its third and present spot at St. Nicholas Park in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood of Harlem in New York City.
The NPS moved the Hamilton Grange National Memorial about two blocks during the weekend of June 7, 2008.
A restored floor of The Grange at its current location in Hamilton Heights.
A reproduction of an 18th- to 19th-century fireplace fender, located in the parlor on The Grange's first floor.
A February 2013 photo of The Grange covered in snow. The attic of the house is closed off to visitors, and it is unclear which rooms certain members of the Hamilton household lived in during their time there.
The front entrance of The Grange, surrounded by roses.
Alexander Hamilton isn't buried at The Grange, but rather at Trinity Church Cemetery at Broadway and Wall Street in lower Manhattan.
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