“Riverside Drive at 106th Street, New York City,” 1918 (Post Card)

A rare photographic post card taken of what looks like a Harlem manufactured Warren-Nash touring car cruising towards the viewer just after the turn of the century on West 106th Street and Riverside Drive, Harlem, New York, 1918.

The text in the top right hand corner of the post card reads:

Riverside Drive at 106th Street, New York City.

We cant remember a time when there was only one car on the road anywhere – they call it progress.

Via 102-103 Block Association

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