Here is a snap shot of a south bound Trolley car and a man walking north on Broadway crossing 122nd Street in West Harlem in 1919.
A statue stands in the center with American flags waving on each side a top of the Our Lady of Lourdes School at 468 West 143rd Street in Harlem, NY, in 1914.
A great picture of the cityscape of Victorian brownstone during the mid-day on 119th Street, looking East from Seventh Avenue (renamed Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,) in central Harlem, New York, 1905.
Public School 103 with a large crowd of pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages by the side of the school, at Madison Avenue and 119th Street, in Harlem, New York, 1893.
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Harlem Lane was an old road in the area that served as a popular racecourse for horse-drawn carriages in the 19th century.
This was the Fish Market at 656 West 125th Street on a triangle on Manhattan street (now renamed 125th Street to the right and St. Clair Street to the left) in Manhattanville around the 1920’s.
A horse-drawn delivery carriage advertising the West End Theatre (built-in 1902 by developer Meyer R. Bimberg known as “Bim the Button Man” who was a visionary and built the Yorkville, and the Colonial) is parked in front of the theater during 1903.
Firehouse, a two-story, shingled fire station with tower, horses pulling wagon, left, large structure to right.
The very first settlement in Harlem Township was on the east side of the Rock River on what was called “Big Bottom.”
A great photograph looking west across West 137th Street and Broadway in West Harlem, on in June 19th in 1910.