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Real estate appraisers sponsor 'step back in history' outing.

Real Estate Appraisers sponsor |step back in history' outing

In an annual break from property valuations, tax assessment hearings, field inspections, court testimony, and the issue of licensing and certification, New York real estate appraisers will sail back in time, for an afternoon of touring historic Ellis Island...followed by cocktails and dinner at Fraunces Tavern, site of Washington's Farewell Address to his troops.

The event is The Joint Outing and Reception of the New York Metropolitan District Chapter and Greater New York Chapter of The Appraisal Institute.

"We value the property f this great city and its history," said Daniel P. Lane MAI, president of the New York Metropolitan District Chapter of The Appraisal Institute. "We look forward to a stimulating tour."

"The outing is a day of education and fun for members, candidates, their families and friends," according to David Pearson MAI, program chairman for The Appraisal Institute. The event is also open to the public.

Tickets are $35 for Ellis Island and Fraunces Tavern and $30 for Fraunces Tavern only.

Reservations must be paid in advance by Monday, June 10. Reservation cards and checks should be sent to Carloh Krancke, New York Metropolitan District Chapter of The Appraisal Institute, 155 East 42nd Street, NY, NY 10017, tel. (212) 490-0513.

Guests will board the Circle Line Ferry at 2, 2:30 or 3 p.m. at the waterside entrance of Castle Clinton in Battery Park, next to the ticket booth for Ellis Island Ferry Tickets.

Carloh Krancke and Philip Ribolow of The Appraisal Institute will provide tickets at that time.

Participants will tour the Ellis Island Museum and then gather under the canopy in front of the main building for a talk by Michael Alderstein, a director of the National Park Service.

After the talk guests will return by ferry to Manhattan and stroll of Fraunces Tavern for a reception with open bar, hors d'oeuvres and buffet.

Those who cannot make the Ellis Island tour, are invited to join the group at Fraunces Tavern.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 5, 1991
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