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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Remembers Henrik Krogius

14th October 2016

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Henrik Krogius

In an article published on October 7th, Mary Frost of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle remembers the life of Henrik Krogius, who passed away last week.  Throughout his illustrious career, Krogius was an Emmy-winning producer for a local NBC news station, the editor of Brooklyn Heights Press, and the author of books such as The Brooklyn Heights Promenade and most recently, Brooklyn Bridge Park: A Dying Waterfront Transformed. Additionally, Frost pays particular attention to Krogius’ passion for the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, including his disagreement with Robert Moses.

Colleagues at the Eagle remember Krogius as “the consummate gentlemen and the consummate journalist,” and a “master of photography.” The Eagle also describes Krogius as a “tireless chronicler.”

Krogius’s latest book, Brooklyn Bridge Park: a Dying Waterfront Transformed is available at Fordham University Press’s website.

Read the Brooklyn Daily Eagle article here:

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