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Harlem YMCA (1931-32) Architect: James C. Mackenzie Jr. Colonial Revival 180 W. 135th St. Harlem, New York The Harlem YMCA opened in 1919. The 135th Street Branch was a successor to the Colored Men’s Branch, located in the center of the black community on West 53rd Street from 1901 to 1919. Black Y’s were part of the YMCA policy of segregation from 1851 to 1946. In addition to recreational programs, the Y offered vocational and literacy programs, lectures, and musical and theatrical…

Harlem YMCA (1931-32) Architect: James C. Mackenzie Jr. Colonial Revival 180 W. 135th St. Harlem, New York The Harlem YMCA opened in 1919. The 135th Street Branch was a successor to the Colored Men’s Branch, located in the center of the black community on West 53rd Street from 1901 to 1919. Black Y’s were part of the YMCA policy of segregation from 1851 to 1946. In addition to recreational programs, the Y offered vocational and literacy programs, lectures, and musical and theatrical…

Bow Bridge in Autumn by midnightinparis - The Best Photos and Videos of New York City including the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and other popular New York places and attractions.

Fall is one of our favorite seasons (of course we love Christmas! So make the most of this upcoming Fall & Winter in NYC by visiting these fun spots:

themodernisis: “reasons to twist my hair again ”

themodernisis: “reasons to twist my hair again ”

Fotos Para Tela Do Seu Celular/ABERTO - Jade Picon

Godfather Don - Forever (my Lady)

Godfather Don - Forever (my Lady)

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