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Circa 1905. Mulberry Bend, New York City. The name was changed to Columbus Park in 1911

Circa 1905 - Mulberry Bend, New York City. The name was changed to Columbus Park in

The original Greyhound Bus Terminal was steps from New York's Penn Station at 34th and Eight Avenue, as seen in this fab image taken July 14, 1936, by Berenice Abbott. Today, buses run from the uninspired ironworks Port Authority Bus Terminal at 44th Street and Eighth Avenue.

The original Greyhound Bus Terminal was steps from New York's Penn Station at and Eight Avenue, as seen in this fab image taken July

Then Vs. Now: New York City -- Then: Herald Square (1923)

Then Vs. Now: 1920s New York City

New York Covered in Laundry  This is what those metal poles in your back yard were for!

New York Covered in Laundry This is what those metal poles in your back yard were for!

This is a picture of Central Park in the early 1900s.  The jinni was fascinated by the vastness of Central Park, which encompassed the fountain where he met Sophia Winston.  The picture above displays the amount of people who enjoyed the area daily.

Adults, children and a herd of sheep at the sheep meadow in Central Park - Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic

The Slumdogs of a New York City Gone By / A dishevelled shoeshine boy named Tommy takes a break from business

Streets of New York: Portrait of a disheveled shoeshine boy named Tommy, holding a shoeshine kit on a sidewalk as he takes a break from busi.

New York City 1900 Vintage NYC photo.

This is a PHOTO. Not a painting. Not a drawing. And this photo is 114 yrs old! It is a "Cab Stand" in Madison Square Park, New York circa 1900

Street sweeper.  33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City

33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City

Wall Street, New York, 1878

build small builidngs once all up? demolish one and build bigger sky scraper and few on other side build up same time! Wall Street, New York, 1878

Creative Review - Introducing Huckle The Barber

Introducing Huckle The Barber

Berenice Abbott Blossom Restaurant, 103 Bowery, New York City, October 1935 1935 Gelatin silver print 19 x cm Museum of the City of New York Gift of the Metropolitan Museum of Art © Berenice Abbott / Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.

Circa 1880. Interior of Helmbold's Drug Store, New York City...I wish I could have seen this with my own eyes!!

The Bowery Boys: New York City History: The cocaine fiends of the Gilded Age: New York stages an intervention for its over-the-counter drug problem

Avisdrenge på Delancey Street. 1906.  Danmarks bedste rejser til New York. Se mere på:  www.ViElskerNewYork.dk

A one-legged newspaper boy and other "newsies," on Delancey Street, December 1906 - Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic

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