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Coliseum Books, NYC, 1987. Once upon a time, the omnipresent AT&T phone boxes.

Coliseum Books, NYC, 1987. Once upon a time, the omnipresent AT&T phone boxes.

[Store front of Quong Yee Wo & Co., Chinatown, New York City]

[Store front of Quong Yee Wo & Co., Chinatown, New York City]

Lower Manhattan circa 1904. "New York Stock Exchange, Wall and Broad streets."

Lower Manhattan circa 1904. "New York Stock Exchange, Wall and Broad streets."

Broad St. lunch carts, New York, N.Y. 1906. Library of Congress.

Broad St. lunch carts, New York, N.Y. 1906. Library of Congress.

1873 . East 9th and Stuyvesant Streets. Photo shows the awkward conversion of Stuyvesant St and E. 9th St facing east from Third Avenue. Stuyvesant to the left runs east west is the only local street not redeveloped during the Manhattan grid plan of 1811, therefore, this one block runs against the modern street pattern. Today the intersection has been completely redesigned with a small fenced in park situatiated in the traingle. Photo Source- New York Transit Museum

1873 . East 9th and Stuyvesant Streets. Photo shows the awkward conversion of Stuyvesant St and E. 9th St facing east from Third Avenue. Stuyvesant to the left runs east west is the only local street not redeveloped during the Manhattan grid plan of 1811, therefore, this one block runs against the modern street pattern. Today the intersection has been completely redesigned with a small fenced in park situatiated in the traingle. Photo Source- New York Transit Museum

Berenice Abbott - Roast corn man, Orchard and Hester Streets, Manhattan (1938)

Berenice Abbott - Roast corn man, Orchard and Hester Streets, Manhattan (1938)

160 Lexington Ave. This building is still there. The Hotel Rutledge across the street is now a Ramada

160 Lexington Ave. This building is still there. The Hotel Rutledge across the street is now a Ramada

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