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Gray Foy, Artist, Bon Vivant, 'Fixture of New York Cultural Life,' 90
"For decades, Mr. Foy was a quiet if supremely capable avatar of the city's gracious, aesthetically minded, boldface-named social milieu, a latter-day Gilded Age that flourished in New York in the years before the Stonewall uprising and for some time after, of which Truman Capote was perhaps the best-known embodiment." The New York Times 12/02/12
Posted December 2, 2012 09:05 PM




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