Oscar the Grouch, Lamb Chop and Howdy Doody are all characters that have enchanted kids of all ages for generations. They are also all puppets, made famous in New York City.
“Puppets are a part of New York as much as our average New Yorker, on the street, on the stages and part of Broadway,” said Whitney Donhauser, director and president of the Museum of the City of New York in East Harlem.
These famous puppets and many more are part of a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, called, of course, “Puppets of New York.” It features more than 100 puppets
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