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Village Cigars (110 7th Avenue S) - Christopher Walken in Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976) with Ellen Greene, Lenny Baker, Antonio Fargas and Dori Brenner. Directed by Paul Mazursky. Cinematography by Arthur J. Ornitz. More scenes: http://onthesetofnewyork.com/nextstopgreenwichvillage.html

Village Cigars Avenue S) - Christopher Walken in Next Stop, Greenwich Village with Ellen Greene, Lenny Baker, Antonio Fargas and Dori Brenner. Directed by Paul Mazursky. Cinematography by Arthur J.

1970s NYC Waverly Restaurant 6th avenue Waverly Place NEW YORK CITY vintage photo GREENWICH VILLAGE

Thanks for all the french fries & gravy delivered a mere 20 yards across the street :) NYC Waverly Restaurant

Taken from the middle of the intersection Fifth Avenue and 51st street in New York City, the photograph above shows the streets of New York in 1908 with Central Park visible in the background.

The Streets Of New York City In 1908

East 14th Street and Fourth Avenue, 1916 In this black and white photo, taken in 1916, the photographer shoots west along the north side of E. 14th Street.  People stroll past the Hotel Rathskeller. A couple of newsies operate a newstand in front of the entrance to the subway.

A black and white photograph of a street scene at East Street and Fourth Avenue, just east of Union Square.

Yorkville – Memories of 86th Street in Pictures – No 01 ______________________________________ greendougherty Return to:   Yorkville’s Avenues and Streets Index greendougherty – Main In…

Yorkville – Memories of 86th Street in Pictures – No 01 – February 4, 2017

Yorkville – Memories of Street in Pictures – No 01 ______________________________________ greendougherty Return to: Yorkville’s Avenues and Streets Index greendougherty – Main In…

86th Street and 3rd Avenue on the SE corner where the Berlin Bar was/would be located

Street and Avenue on the SE corner where the Berlin Bar was/would be located

Greenwich Village , often referred to in New York as simply "the Village", is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower M...

A street scene in Greenwich Village, New York, with a woman hosing down the pavement next to an ice-delivery van.

The Lost 1905 New York Hippodrome -- 6th Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets

The Hippodrome Theater in New York City, was a theatre from 1905 to located on Sixth Avenue between and Streets. It was called the world's largest theatre by its builders.

Extensive collection of rare and old pictures of New York. Historic New York City and Vintage New York Photos.

Greenwich Village, New York City  - for more inspiration visit http://pinterest.com/franpestel/boards/

Greenwich Village, often referred to by locals as "the Village," is a largely residential neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan in New York City.

Jewish Eateries in the 1950′s in New York City `

Kishke King (Pitkin Avenue, Brownsville), 1953 in East Brooklyn (c) Brooklyn Museum