An image of the Eisleben Building at 291-293 Lenox Avenue (a.k.a. 100-110 West 125th Street,), Harlem, New York, 1890’s. In 1894 it was a grand five-story apartment building with residents with servants, when this image was taken in the 1980’s it was a shell of its past history.. This image by the award-winning photographer Camilo José Vergara. If you have more information about this building please share. Related Articles politics NYS Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, & Asian Legislative Caucus Seeks Community Input For Their Annual People’s Budget Harlem Harlem Trailblazer Tammeca Rochester, Talks Harlem Cycle On The Harlem World Magazine Show Art Going Berserk, Kool DJ Red Alert, Greg Tate Tribute, Last Poets And More At The SummerStage 2022 Concerts Things to do Observance Of The International Indigenous Day In East Harlem politics MBP Harlem/Uptown News: Summons Help, Tree Survey Results, Early Voting And Morw Harlem Harlem Collab And Interview With Artist Hebru Brantley, Brotherhood Sister Sol, And LEGO On Their 90th Anniversary VIDEO "Dr. Harry Delany is a renowned Harlem born and raised surgeon, the son of the great jurist and civil rights leader, Hubert Delany...." This monthly post is made in partnership with Harlem Cultural Archives.