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History in Photos

1986
On October 27, 1986, after years of effort, Lee Iacocca, the Chairman of the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Foundation saw his dream come true. The statue had reopened and the Ellis island restoration project was well along. That evening, the Ellis Island Medals of Honor Awards dinner was held. The three Mort Künstler paintings were featured at the dinner. Freedom appeared on the cover of the Anniversary Journal. The late Cardinal O’Connor, Muhammad Ali, and Lee Iacocca posed in front of the Künstler painting The Great Hall.
Mort Künstler’s third-floor studio overlooks the jeweled waters of Oyster Bay, a blue-gray panorama stretching to Connecticut and beyond. But when he paints, Mr. Künstler turns his back on the view, focusing his brush on a long-ago panorama of blue and gray, the Civil War. Mr. Künstler, a historical artist, has made the Civil War his specialty.
Rahel Musleah The New York Times