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Walter Cronkite’s Longtime New York Brownstone!

The longtime New York home of “the most trusted man in America” is for sale at $7.7 million.  Walter Cronkite, the CBS news icon who brought stories such as JFK’s assassination, America landing on the moon, and Watergate to millions of Americans, bought the four-story brownstone for $40,000, soon after moving to New York in the early 1950s.  This was the home where Walter and wife, Mary “Betsy” Cronkite, raised their three children.  Walter died in 2009.

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