It’s the beginning of Fall. Between what might be unbearable weather and the progress towards opening up after COVID, in some ways—at least relative to the rollercoaster of the past few months.
On Sunday, July 29th, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was at the Harlem Week, A Great Day in Harlem event at Grants Tomb on 123rd Street in Harlem, NY.
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Photographs By Seitu Oronde On Sunday, July 31, 2016, the annual Harlem Week’s event Harlem Day took place at Grants Tomb at 121st Street and Riverside Drive in West Harlem, New York.
The Harlem Week 2014 summer gospel concert was in full effect as this great video at Grants Tomb in West Harlem, NY from Charlotte Prudhomme shows.
Grants Tomb, looks north, with 122nd Street and Riverside Drive to the left, the photograph was taken the year of its completion in Morningside Heights, in 1897.
We did not know that in 1906 there was a Grant’s Tomb Observational Automobile Bus that drove tourists around the Tomb at 121st Street and Riverside Drive in West Harlem, NY.
Thomas Alva Edison, America’s greatest inventor filmed the Sampson’s Fleet from the New Jersey shore sailing pass Grant’s Tomb in West Harlem and 123rd Street.
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.
Hearing the term “national park,” most Americans probably think of Yellowstone or Yosemite, expanses that preserve some of the most remarkable natural features in the country.
Riverside Church and Grant’s Tomb (right) looking south on 121st Street and Riverside Drive in Harlem, New York, 1910 1930.
French soldiers ride a pair of double-decker buses to West 123rd Street and Riverside Drive to visit the tomb of Ulysses S. Grant.
The St. Nicholas Lagerbier House Restaurant And Salon at 113th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, New York, circ., 1885.
The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) released its 2021 Cycling in the City report, which provides a comprehensive look into cycling trends in our city.
Jōkichi Takamine (高峰 譲吉 Takamine Jōkichi, November 3, 1854 – July 22, 1922) was a Japanese chemist. Takamine was born in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, in November 1854. His father was a doctor; his mother a member of a family of sake brewers.