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Plaza Hotel, Fifth Avenue, NYC, ca. 1927, photograph by William J. Roege, #nyc #ny

Plaza Hotel, Fifth Avenue, New York City circa Photograph by William J. Roege, PR New-York Historical Society,

New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central Park South at Seventh Avenue in the mid-1880s. By the 1920s it was gone.

New York’s most spectacular apartment building

New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central Park South at Seventh Avenue in the By the it was gone.

The Gould Mansion on Fifth Avenue. The Gould Family never really made it onto The 400, despite all Edith Gould's attempts. She had their grand mansion in New York City built with her husband's endless fortune, purchased the finest jewels in the world and threw the most lavish parties, all of which was in vain. She never made the list.

The Gould Mansion on Fifth Avenue. The Gould Family never really made it onto The 400, despite all Edith Gould's attempts. She had their grand mansion in New York City built with her husband's endless fortune, purchased the finest jewels in the world and threw the most lavish parties, all of which was in vain. She never made the list.

Taken from the middle of the intersection Fifth Avenue and 51st street in New York City, the photograph above shows the streets of New York in 1908 with Central Park visible in the background.

The Streets Of New York City In 1908

New York circa 1912. "Fifth Avenue near 42nd Street." Among the many establishments making this their address is the curiously named Bureau of Social Requirements. 8x10 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

New York City circa 1912 vintage photo. “Fifth Avenue near Street.” Among the many establishments making this their address is the curiously named Bureau of Social Requirements. glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

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