Summer On The Corner Of Lexington Avenue And 110th Street Harlem NY 1911 (Photograph)

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It’s a warm afternoon shining over the apartment building and salon covered with an awning below at Lexington Avenue and 110th Street in Harlem, New York around 1911.

The sun beams up Lexington Avenue with the famous Bavarian Jacob Ruppert’s Extra Lager Beer salon at the turn of century Harlem when local ale was king. The apartment buildings and brownstone are telling with their windows open as drapes blowing out the windows during this probable humid Harlem summer.

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