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Manhattan circa 1906. "Trinity Building and Broadway, New York." Along with Trinity Church cemetery and its Independence Memorial Spire

Meet the Tenants: Manhattan circa "Trinity Building and Broadway, New York." Along with Trinity Church cemetery and its Independence Memorial Spire.

Broadway between Beaver Street and Exchange Place, from the collection of the museum of the city of New York

Broadway between Beaver Street and Exchange Place, c.

Bustling Broadway: 1910

Bustling Broadway: 1910 (Shorpy Photo Archive - Old Pictures, Better Than New)

New York City, Broadway and West 1910 Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Bustling Broadway: 1910

[View from Above of Broadway, Fifth Avenue, and Madison Square, showing the Berlitz School of Languages Building and the Worth Monument, New York City]  R. F. Turnbull  (American, active 1890s–10s)

Broadway at left. Fifth Avenue, and Madison Square, showing the Berlitz School of Languages Building and the Worth Monument.

One of the oldest photos of New york City and was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

One of the oldest photos of New York Ciy. It was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

NYC 1928, Christ Church, a Lutheran congregation with German and English roots, can trace its history back to 1868 when it began above a blacksmith shop on East 14th Street. In 1882, the church purchased the mission Chapel of Free Grace, located at 406 East 19th Street, which had been built in 1859 by St. George's Episcopal Church.

NYC - street - 1928 (now Stuyvesant Town)

New York City | Broadway and West 71st Street, with the Ansonia Apartments (centre) and the 72nd Street subway station, 1911

Broadway and W., showing Street subway station and Beaux-Arts style Ansonia Hotel, built between 1899 and

New York circa 1905. "Broadway and Times Building (1 Times Square)." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

On Broadway: 1905 Broadway and Times Building

THEATER: The Casino Theatre at Broadway  39th Street, where Evelyn Nesbit made her stage debut.

Murder at Madison Square Garden: Evelyn Nesbit, Stanford White, and Harry Kendall Thaw Made Headlines in 1906

By the late 1960s, vast swaths of Lower Manhattan were gritty, abandoned relics of 19th century industry and housing. Looking to the Brooklyn Bridge from Gold Street in the foreground and Beekman Street at right. New York. 1967 by wavz13 on Flickr.

By the late vast swaths of Lower Manhattan were gritty, abandoned relics of century industry and housing. Looking to the Brooklyn Bridge from Gold Street in the foreground and Beekman Street at right.

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New York circa "Cortlandt Street." Lapping at the balmy shores of the Glen Island Hotel, with the new Singer Building rising in the distance.

New York City - Broadway and City Hall Park, 1867.

Broadway and City Hall Park, 1867

Broadway, New York City, 1860

Lower Broadway in New York City, with the spire of Trinity Church in the background, shows the tall office buildings referred to in Bartleby. Melville presumably conceived of the storys law office as being in the rear of a building of thi

Beginning of Broadway.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Beginning of Broadway, NYC, 1899

NYC - Stuyvesant Street in 1856, an aberration to the city grid plan thanks in part to the presence of St. Mark’s Church and its well-established churchyard.

NYC - Stuyvesant Street in an aberration to the city grid plan thanks in part to the presence of St. Mark’s Church and its well-established churchyard.

Tudor City, 1930

Museum of City of New York Samuel H. (Samuel Herman) Gottscho Tudor City from Street. View of Tudor City. Tenement buildings with hanging laundry on clotheslines are in the middle- ground. A few men are scattered in the foreground (left).

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