2000 S.V.A. Supporters
U.S. Senator Daniel P. Moynihan
Moynihan Station in New York, NY
An updated story about U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan's perseverence and dedication to making Pennsylvania Train Station in Manhattan an expanded, accommodating and prominent transporatation center is outlined. It includes the senator's ideas back in the 1970s until the time he passed in 2003. There are vintage photos of Senator Moynihan including President Richard Nixon and DPM's chief-of-staff Tony Bullock, who is also quoted for this article. Comments about the massive transporation headquarters' plans are quoted from the senator's loyal daughter Maura. Upon completion, the new transportation structure is to be appropriately named "Moynihan Station"!
Passing of S.V.A. Supporter retired U.S. Senator Moynihan
Senator Daniel P. Moynihan's letter to the STONEWALL Veterans' Association in 2000 has been happily located in a hidden file at a storage facility of the S.V.A.
[DPM's 2000 letter will be posted here by the Summer of 2012!
There are dozens of boxes and files to search to locate the letter.]
U.S. Senator Moynihan's Letter to STONEWALL Vets' Assn.
U.S. Senator Moynihan's Letter of Praise to the S.V.A.
Supporters of S.V.A.