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We got our first television when I was about 10 years old as my parents won it in a raffle. In those days, a popular showman was Groucho Marx. He notably said once," I find Television very educating. Every time someone turns on a set, I go in the other room and read a book." His comic quiz show, "You Bet Your Life," often featured contestants who didn't know much, and in order to let them win some sort of prize, he sometimes asked "Who's buried in Grant's Tomb?"
At 10, I thought this was hilarious. Anyway. . here it is. A NYC landmark. The scale isn't quite right as we didn't have big enough circles to make the rotunda, but it's not bad. And oh, yeah . . . the answer is “Ulysses S. Grant”.