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Was also a beer garden

Was also a beer garden

The RKO Keith’s Theatre, originally called the Keith-Albee Theatre, opened Christmas Day, 1928 at 1:00 PM.  Located in Flushing, Queens, it was designed by Thomas W. Lamb, an architect known for hi…

Keith-Albee Theatre, or RKO Keith’s Theater

'120 William Street - New York, NY, USA, 1856 Last example of old Dutch buildings of Old Amsterdam'

120 William Street - New York, NY, USA, 1856 Last example of old Dutch buildings of Old Amsterdam

The grand staircase of the William K. Vanderbilt mansion that was located at 52nd Street & Fifth Avenue. Demolished about 1926. - from Guilded Age Mansions

The grand staircase of the William K. Vanderbilt mansion that was located at Street & Fifth Avenue, NYC. Demolished about - from Guilded Age Mansions

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.

New York, 1918.

Rock - Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918 - National Geographic Vintage

A city street becomes an icy tundra as cars try (unsuccessfully) to plough through the snow along Second Avenue in December, 1947.

Winter in New York City, 1947 A city street becomes an icy tundra as cars try (unsuccessfully) to plough through the snow along Second Avenue in

old vintage brass fire hose nozzle. unique piece can be used as a paperweight or stand alone sculpture.  condition: very good vintage condition. great patina, and handle moves easily.  measures: 2 5/8W (at base) x 7H

Vintage brass fire hose nozzle

old vintage brass fire hose nozzle. unique piece can be used as a paperweight or stand alone sculpture. condition: very good vintage condition. great patina, and handle moves easily. measures: 2 (at base) x

In this JOYFUL life: Watch us grow...  This is a super cute blog post as this woman goes through her pregnancy with twins!

It is truly a miracle to watch God create life and then watch that life grow! We are so thankful for healthy growing babies.

On Oct. 27, 1904 the first rapid transit subway, the Inter - borough Rapid Transit (I.R.T.) opened in New York City. The line ran approximately nine miles from City Hall north to Grand Central Station, then west to Times Square and up the West Side to 145th Street.

Original City Hall subway station, IRT Lexington Avenue Line, in