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The political museums on Union Square, New York City

Two dueling exhibits, one mounted by the Committee of 100 against the Tammany Hall political machine, and the other a counter-exhibit staged by Tammany partisans.

The corner of Cortlandt and Greenwich showing Davega at No. 63, Arrow (only row shows on sign) at No. 65, Lennard Radio at No. 69, and Digby Auction at No. 71.

The corner of Cortlandt and Greenwich showing Davega at No. Arrow (only row shows on sign) at No. Lennard Radio at No. and Digby Auction at No.

Photo: 7Ave and 42St. 1905. - The play, The Moth and the Flame opened in 1898 @ the Lyceum Theater on E 24St. Later moved to Longacre Sqaure (known today as Times Square) Photo is looking west on Broadway. Photo Credit: Byron Co.

Photo: and - The play, The Moth and the Flame opened in 1898 @ the Lyceum Theater on E Later moved to Longacre Sqaure (known today as Times Square) Photo is looking west on Broadway. Photo Credit: Byron Co.

Broadway, looking south from Prince Street, NY, 1860-76

New York City, Broadway, looking south from Prince Street, New York, 1860 -

New York Nuts: New York circa 1900. "Peanut stand, West 42nd Street." Note the horsecar heading this way. Detroit Photographic Company glass negative. UPDATE: A bit of sleuthing reveals the location here to be 230 Grand Street.

New York Nuts: New York circa "Peanut stand, West Street." Note the horsecar heading this way. UPDATE: A bit of sleuthing reveals the location here to be 230 Grand Street.

Explore the genealogy of the  family and find images of Hotel Netherland, New York at AncientFaces. Explore Hotel Netherland, New York photographs and new  history photos and genealogy at AncientFaces.

Explore the genealogy of the family and find images of Hotel Netherland, New York at AncientFaces. Explore Hotel Netherland, New York photographs and new history photos and genealogy at AncientFaces.

The New Theatre, Central Park West between 62nd and 63rd Streets on November 8,1909. (LOC)

The New Theatre, Central Park West between 62nd and 63rd Streets on November 8,1909. (LOC)

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

South Street Piers New York City, Circa 1900

South Street Piers New York City, Circa 1900

Poster Print Wall Art Print entitled Vintage photograph of South Street Piers and Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, None

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