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Broadway and West 106th Street, 1900. In this photo, taken on September 25, 1900, we look north along the Broadway center mall from West 106th Street. To the left is a triangular green space, bounded by 106th Street, Broadway, and West End Avenue, which would eventually be named Strauss Park, after Isidor and Ida Strauss, who perished in the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912.

Broadway and West 106th Street, 1900. In this photo, taken on September 25, 1900, we look north along the Broadway center mall from West 106th Street. To the left is a triangular green space, bounded by 106th Street, Broadway, and West End Avenue, which would eventually be named Strauss Park, after Isidor and Ida Strauss, who perished in the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912.

Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park

New York in the early 1900s...

New York in the early 1900s...

New York University Archives (Washington Square Village in 1891)

New York University Archives (Washington Square Village in 1891)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould.  Ca. 1880.  NYHS Image #1022.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould. Ca. 1880. NYHS Image #1022.

Gothic Bridge, Central Park, New York by Henri Silberman #travel  *

Gothic Bridge, Central Park, New York by Henri Silberman #travel *

Ocean Avenue and Avenue L, Brooklyn.  (H.A. Faber residence). ca. 1910 (Photo courtesy of the MCNY)

Ocean Avenue and Avenue L, Brooklyn. (H.A. Faber residence). ca. 1910 (Photo courtesy of the MCNY)

Broadway and 106th street, circa 1890. Image courtesy of New-York Historical Society.

Broadway and 106th street, circa 1890. Image courtesy of New-York Historical Society.

Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt House | New York, NY. Pictured mid-block with the mansard roof, this elaborate townhome was built (1931) for the former wife of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. and featured a $25,000 bath tub.

Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt House | New York, NY. Pictured mid-block with the mansard roof, this elaborate townhome was built (1931) for the former wife of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. and featured a $25,000 bath tub.

New York City 1935-1938 by Berenice Abbott.

New York City 1935-1938 by Berenice Abbott.

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