Fashion week is getting off to a galloping start.
A horse drawn carriage, work men and construction at East 124th Street in East Harlem, New York, on June 26th, 1913.
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 →
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 →
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.
Check out our Harlem resident created T-shirts and Photographs: Brownstone Gates, 122nd Street (photograph): $19.99
Harlem Lane was an old road in the area that served as a popular racecourse for horse-drawn carriages in the 19th century.
This was the Fish Market at 656 West 125th Street on a triangle on Manhattan street (now renamed 125th Street to the right and St. Clair Street to the left) Continue Reading →
A horse-drawn delivery carriage advertising the West End Theatre (built-in 1902 by developer Meyer R. Bimberg known as “Bim the Button Man” who was a visionary and built the Yorkville, Continue Reading →