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Changing face: An exterior view of Public School 165, located on West 109th Street in 1895

Changing face: An exterior view of Public School 165, located on West 109th Street in 1895

Freshly landscaped: New Yorkers enjoy the open space of the newly-planted Mulberry Bend Park in 1900

The slumdogs of New York: The remarkable images opening a window into the squalor, poverty and deprivation endured by immigrant families in an unrecognisable 19th century New York

Freshly landscaped: New Yorkers enjoy the open space of the newly-planted Mulberry Bend Park in 1900

St. Pat's parade in 1895. - Long before green beer was poured and livestreaming the action on your laptop was a possibility, the St. Patrick's Day Parade took over the Manhattan streets in a much more... civil way. The first parade happened on March 17th, 1762, and has been held for the past 248 years in honor of the Patron Saint of Ireland and the Archdiocese of New York.

St. Pat's parade in 1895. - Long before green beer was poured and livestreaming the action on your laptop was a possibility, the St. Patrick's Day Parade took over the Manhattan streets in a much more... civil way. The first parade happened on March 17th, 1762, and has been held for the past 248 years in honor of the Patron Saint of Ireland and the Archdiocese of New York.

Façade of old Chumley's bar and restaurant, Bedford Street, Greenwich Village, has been rebuilt. Historic bar closed 4 years ago when building faced structural issues and had to be torn down piece by piece. The 86-year-old bar served as a favored haunt of Willa Cather, E.E. Cummings, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Theodore Dreiser, Norman Mailer, William Faulkner, Eugene O'Neill, and John Steinbeck.

Chumley’s, Ex-Speakeasy in Greenwich Village, Seems on Mend

Façade of old Chumley's bar and restaurant, Bedford Street, Greenwich Village, has been rebuilt. Historic bar closed 4 years ago when building faced structural issues and had to be torn down piece by piece. The 86-year-old bar served as a favored haunt of Willa Cather, E.E. Cummings, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Theodore Dreiser, Norman Mailer, William Faulkner, Eugene O'Neill, and John Steinbeck.

Reincarnation of Jenny Cockell- The True story of a Woman Who has Lived Before. Mother of yesterday's Children

The Reincarnation of Jenny Cockell The True Story of a Woman who has lived before!

Reincarnation of Jenny Cockell- The True story of a Woman Who has Lived Before. Mother of yesterday's Children

Everyday life: People and carriages travel along Fifth Street after it was cleaned under the direction of Colonel Waring

Welcome to America: Poignant black and white pictures show the brutal hardships endured by immigrant families in 19th century New York

Everyday life: People and carriages travel along Fifth Street after it was cleaned under the direction of Colonel Waring

On March 17, 1762 Irish soldiers serving in the British army marched in NYC in what was the first recorded St. Patrick's Day parade.

255 years ago, the first recorded St. Patrick's Day parade was held in NYC

On March 17, 1762 Irish soldiers serving in the British army marched in NYC in what was the first recorded St. Patrick's Day parade.

59th Street and Fifth Avenue, 1943.

59th Street and Fifth Avenue, 1943.

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