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#TeachNYPL #NYC #History Our Study Guide to East Harlem: www.nypl.org/... [Photo from NYPL Digital Collections: East Harlem tenement row with campaign signs for Lanzetta & Marcantonio: Manhattan (1937)]

Wurts Brothers. General View - Manhattan - Aerial view - 42nd Street - Fifth Avenue - looking west [New York Public Library - Bryant Park -Paramount Building - ...] (1931). NYPL Digital Gallery.

Tenement Museum - this museum, located in an actual tenement, is dedicated to interpreting and preserving the history of the immigrant experience on New York City's Lower East Side.

#TeachNYPL #History #NYC From the NYPL Digital Collections: Silent Protest parade on Fifth Avenue, New York City, July 28, 1917, in response to the East St. Louis race riot. In front row are James Weldon Johnson [far right], W. E. B. DuBois [2nd from right], Rev. Hutchens Chew Bishop, rector of St. Philip's Episcopal Church [Harlem] and realtor John E. Nail.

Construction old and new, from Washington Street #37, Manhattan.

Gasoline Station, Tenth Avenue and 29th Street, Manhattan.

Sumner Healey Antique Shop, Third Avenue near 57th Street, Manhattan.

Newsstand, 32nd Street and Third Avenue, Manhattan.

Wall Street district, from roof of Irving Trust Co. Building, Manhattan.

Lyric Theatre, Third Avenue between 12th and 13th street, Manhattan.

Milk wagon and old houses, Grove Street, No. 4-10, Manhattan.