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Fred W McDarrah: Save the Village at Steven Kasher Gallery. Fred W. McDarrah, Demolition of Artist's Studio, Greenwich Avenue, May 19, 1960, Vintage gelatin silver, printed ca. 1970.

Demolition of Artist's Studio, Greenwich Avenue, May 1960 © Estate of Fred W. McDarrah, courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York Fred McDarrah looked at Greenwich Village for 50 .

A rare look at Greenwich Village's first tea room in the early 1900s.

Down the Rabbit Hole, 150 West - Greenwich Village. Portrait of a boy in the Mad Hatter Tea Room at Down the Rabbit Hole, 150 West Street. Photo by Jessie Tarbox Beals

Washington Square Book Shop, 17 West 8 Street. c. 1910s - 1920s. Interior view of the Washington Square Book Shop at 17 West 8 Street.

Washington Square Book Shop, 17 West 8 Street - Interior view of the Washington Square Book Shop at 17 West 8 Street.

Chinatown Workers ca 1953 by Frank Larson

Black & White Photos of New York and Its People in the by then-Unknown Photographer Frank Larson

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Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square South between Thompson St & Sullivan St, opposite Washington Square Park, in Greenwich Village

Judson Church home of Judson Poets' Theater an important part of the off off Broadway movement of the

automat, horn & hardart, NYC ephemera

Horn and Hardart Automats: Redefining lunchtime, dining on a dime

Horn and Hardart Automat. As a child the first thing I wanted to do on coming to New York is visit a Horn and Hardart Automat. My father the food snob was horrified, but I loved it.

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New York, imagine din 1905.

Look at this shot taken on West Street back in 1905 (ish). It states ‘Enormously wide sidewalks and high storefront windows became a trademark of NYC - many of those building still have the beautifully detailed stonework to this day.

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