Horse Drawn Carriage On Lenox Avenue Harlem, NY 1910

Up-close view of horse drawn carriage and wagon loaded with material on Lenox Avenue and 135th Street in Harlem, New York 1910

Horse Drawn Carriage, Harlem, 1913

A horse drawn carriage, work men and construction at East 124th Street in East Harlem, New York, on June 26th, 1913.

The Collyer Brothers Harlem NY 1881-1947 (Rare Video)

We love Harlem Homer Lusk Collyer (November 6, 1881 – March 21, 1947) and Langley Wakeman Collyer (October 3, 1885 – c. March 9, 1947), known as the Collyer brothers, were Continue Reading →

“In Harlem Lane” In Harlem New York 1700’s

A rare pen and Ink drawing by Archibald Robertson titled “In Harlem Lane” Harlem, New York, when this pen and ink drawing was executed in the 1700’s Harlem was lush Continue Reading →

St. Luke’s Hospital Buildings To Become Apartments

Last month, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital (formerly just St. Luke’s) sold off five large, turn-of-the-century buildings in Morningside Heights to Delshah Capital for $111.5 million. Now, the firm has filed Continue Reading →

Lenox Avenue And 126th Street Harlem NY 1901

A photograph looking southeast at carriages, shops and apartment buildings on Lenox Avenue and 126th Street, Harlem, NY 1901.

Puff Daddy’s Emperor’s Ball Halloween Party

Harlem nan Puff Daddy once billed himself as the King of New York, but after his star-studded Halloween party this weekend, “Emperor” might be more fitting.

Lexington Avenue And 109th Street, Harlem 1911

A great street level photograph of turn of the century looking south on Lexington Avenue and 109th Street in East Harlem, New York, 1911

157th Street, Washington Heights, NY, 1911

A great photograph looking south towards Sugar Hill in Harlem on Broadway at 157th Street train station in Washington Heights, New York, 1911.

109th Street & Broadway, West Harlem, NY 1910-1924

A great photograph looking north on a afternoon from the middle of the street on Broadway at 109th Street in West Harlem, New York, 1910-1924.

103rd Street And Broadway, Harlem 1907

Looking northeast from the corner of 103rd Street and Broadway in West Harlem, New York, taken post 1907.

The Royal Arms Apartments Harlem New York 1900

Photo postcard from turn of the century Harlem, New York, of the Royal Arms apartment building looking southwest at 600 West 138th Street, at the southwest corner of Broadway, 1910.

Columbia University, 116th Street, Harlem, 1910

An incredible view looking north from the southeast corner from a top floor of a building on 116th Street and Broadway, West Harlem, New York, 1910

116th Street And Broadway, Harlem, NY 1910

An incredible view looking north from the southeast corner on 116th Street and Broadway, West Harlem, New York, 1910

Pabst’s Harlem Restaurant And Dance Hall, 1905

A postcard looking east from 1905 shows horse-drawn carriages, trolley cars and the front entrance (to the right) of the Pabst’s Harlem Restaurant And Dance Hall (Pabst Harlem) at 256-258 West Continue Reading →

Cars On Broadway And 122nd Street, 1919

Here is a snap shot of a south bound cars, horse carriage and person on a bicycle on Broadway crossing 122nd Street in West Harlem in 1919.

Trolley Car On Broadway And 122nd Street 1919

Here is a snap shot of a south bound Trolley car and a man walking north on Broadway crossing 122nd Street in West Harlem in 1919.

Our Lady of Lourdes School, Harlem, 1914

A statue stands in the center with American flags waving on each side a top of the Our Lady of Lourdes School at 468 West 143rd Street in Harlem, NY, Continue Reading →

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119th Street And Seventh Avenue, Harlem, NY, 1905

A great picture of the cityscape of Victorian brownstone during the mid-day on 119th Street, looking East from Seventh Avenue (renamed Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,) in central Harlem, New York, Continue Reading →

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Public School 103, Harlem, 1898

Public School 103 with a large crowd of pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages by the side of the school, at Madison Avenue and 119th Street, in Harlem, New York, 1893.

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