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Broadway, Looking South from Prince Street, New York, 1860–76

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New York City, Broadway, looking south from Prince Street, New York, 1860 -

Looking down Rector Street at Broadway, 1880. This is now the site of the Empire Building

Looking down Rector Street at Broadway, This is now the site of the Empire Building

Roxy Theatre (New York City)

This is the outer lobby and box office area of the Roxy. The outer lobby and box office area and, I believe, all or part of the Grand Rotunda were constructed within the Hotel Taft structure. That hotel was built with the entrance to the Roxy on it's sout

A look at the Central Park's wall and the surrounding area, from the Dakota, in 1890. (via New York: An Illustrated History)

Upper West Side, NY 1890 (taken from The Dakota). Looking south toward street the southernmost end of Central Park, Columbus Circle where the Time Warner Center stands today.

1880: Fifth Ave. looking south from 42nd St. Avenue shops were then undreamed of. The paving was cobblestone. Telegraph wires & poles made streets unsightly. The only lights were flickering gas lamps.

Avenue shops were then undreamed of. The paving was cobblestone. Telegraph wires & poles made streets unsightly. The only lights were flickering gas lamps.

New York City | Broadway and West 71st Street, with the Ansonia Apartments (centre) and the 72nd Street subway station, 1911

Broadway and W., showing Street subway station and Beaux-Arts style Ansonia Hotel, built between 1899 and

View of a busy Broadway in New York City, New York, 1861. A military recruitment office is visible in the bottom right. From Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War.

View of a busy Broadway in New York City, New York, A military recruitment office is visible in the bottom right. From Miller's Photographic History of the Civil War.

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