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Mayor Richard Varick Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: Circa 1753
Died: Circa 1831
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Richard Varick, was Military Secretary to General Philip Schuyler. He was also Aide-de-Camp to General Benedict Arnold and was examined by a court of inquiry after Arnold's defection. Varick was completely exonerated. Varick then served as General George Washington's Recording Secretary. From 1791-1801, he was Mayor of New York City. In New York City, Varick Street, named in his honor, runs in a north-south direction from Tribeca in lower Manhattan to Houston Street, where it becomes Seventh Avenue.

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