Washington Square Hotel

Washington Square Hotel

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103 Waverly Place New York, NY 10011  ·  The Heart and Soul of Greenwich Village Hospitality Since 1902.
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Photographer - Franck Bohbot.  Captured over the course of almost two years, Bohbot's series called Light On comprises 57 nighttime photographs of classic New York City scenes.

Captured over the course of almost two years, Bohbot's series called Light On comprises 57 nighttime photographs of classic New York City scenes.

The Orpheum Theater and the St. Marks Movie Theater on Second Avenue in 1982. Photo by Lucien Samaha.

The Orpheum Theater and the St. Marks Movie Theater on Second Avenue in 1982. Photo by Lucien Samaha.

W 4th St by Jason Lee  New York City Feelings  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

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Third Avenue between 12th and 13th Street.. Comet Theatre

New York City: 1917 Comet Theater. This small theater opened around 1910 on Boston Road at Street in the West Morrisania area of the Bronx. Long ago closed as a theater, it is now home to a church.

Broadway & Union Square New York City 1892 New York City photo of Broadway looking from Union Square to Madison Square in New York City in 1892.

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University Place and 12th St., c. 1906, Brown Brothers, Photographer. Source: NYPL Digital Collections. Caption on back of photo print: University Place, east side, south from but not including 13th St., to and including 12th St. In the centre is shown the “Society Library”, founded 1754, and chartered by King George III in 1772, being the oldest public library in the country, organized for public use by means of membership subscriptions. It is not connected with the Municipal Library…

University Place and 12th St., c. 1906, Brown Brothers, Photographer. Source: NYPL Digital Collections. Caption on back of photo print: University Place, east side, south from but not including 13th St., to and including 12th St. In the centre is shown the “Society Library”, founded 1754, and chartered by King George III in 1772, being the oldest public library in the country, organized for public use by means of membership subscriptions. It is not connected with the Municipal Library…

The Back Fence on Bleecker and Thompson since 1945 helped to launch the folk music explosion in Greenwich Village. It was sold by a developer for $7 million, rent-hiked, and shuttered in 2013. It was a place filled with history, where Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman, and Allen Ginsberg walked across the sawdust and peanut shell-covered floor.

The Back Fence on Bleecker and Thompson since 1945 helped to launch the folk music explosion in Greenwich Village. It was sold by a developer for $7 million, rent-hiked, and shuttered in 2013. It was a place filled with history, where Bob Dylan, Tracy Chapman, and Allen Ginsberg walked across the sawdust and peanut shell-covered floor.

2nd Ave Deli, 2nd Ave & 10th St, East Village.

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Luchow's German Restaurant, 110 E 14th Street. Photo taken by Berenice Abbott on October 26, 1938.  Demolished in 1986. Sad.

Luchow's Restaurant, 110 East Street between Aves. Very elaboratedly decorated building! Next to a modern building (of its time) in art deco style, housing a movie theater. by Berenice Abbott.

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The Athenaeum - Washington Square (William James Glackens - )

The Athenaeum - Washington Square (William James Glackens - )