Squatters Shack At Grant’s Tomb In Harlem 1901

An amazing photograph looking northeast on a snowy in Riverside Park with columns and dome from General U.S. Grants Tomb beyond with a squatters wood shack in the foreground in West Harlem, NY, February 13th, 1901.  Continue Reading →

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Riverside Park View Of Navy Ships Harlem NY 1915 (Photographs)

Photographed by Walter L. Bogert on a mound at Riverside Park, with two views from the “northern extremity” of Morningside Heights from 123rd to 129th Streets in Harlem, looking across the Hudson River from behind the Pergola to the Palisades of New Jersey, on May 10, 1915. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Luxury At The Claremont Inn, NY 1804-1950’s (Photographs)

ClaremontInnRoege94811The outdoor photographs of the historic Claremont Inn on Riverside Drive at 121st Street in West Harlem, New York, 1804 until the early 1950’s, are well documented with images of the exterior decks and dinning areas. Continue Reading →

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Join DVP For Classes In The Park This Week

ab7b0851-ebd0-4528-afb3-8c93ec66213eDances for a Variable Population master teacher Naomi Goldberg Haas and members of the multi-generational company lead free dance workshops for seniors of all ages and abilities. Continue Reading →

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Man, 65, Shot In Harlem Love Triangle

riverside19n-1-webA 65-year-old man was shot outside a Harlem building Friday in what residents said was a spat over a woman, police said. The shooter was laying in wait outside the building on W. 138th St. near Broadway. Continue Reading →

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How To Become A Runner Even If You Hate Running In Harlem

HarlemRunRUDYdiverserunnersBy Laura Stampler

For most of my adult life, I thought running was useful only for catching a departing subway train. And even then, another F train was bound to come sometime, right? Continue Reading →

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Rectors To Claremont Inn, Harlem, NY 1903-1904 (video)

thomas edisonThe opening was filmed in front of Rector’s Lobster Palace  at Broadway between 43rd & 44th Streets.This party is on their way to the Claremont Inn on Riverside Drive, Harlem, New York in 1908. Continue Reading →

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