This article originally appeared in the Queens Chronicle on 06/24/2010
by Arielle Concilio , Chronicle Contributor
Politics runs in the family. At least in Queens it does, where the borough’s long tradition of political dynasties was celebrated last week at King Manor Museum in Jamaica during a portrait unveiling.
The museum — which once was home to the Kings — one of Queens’ first political families, unveiled its newly-restored portrait of John Alsop King, son of founding father Rufus King, and a 19th century New York state governor. (more…)