The Story Of Guy Thomas Fisher, Harlem, New York, 1947 –

Guy Thomas Fisher (the Bronx born in 1947) Guy Fisher was born in 1947 in the South Bronx, New York, the eldest of five siblings. Continue Reading →

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Campaigns For Teddy Kennedy In Harlem, 1980

Here’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis March 24th, 1980, on the campaign trail for Senator Edward “Teddy” Kennedy shaking hands with sellers from the famous Spanish Harlem market “La Marqueta”, on 125th Street and Park Avenue during grocery shopping. Continue Reading →

Harlem Man Nicky Barnes Mr. Untouchable Cover 40th Anniversary

Before The Notorious B.I.G. stated the obvious, “don’t you know bad boys move in silence and violence” on his hit song “The Ten Crack Commandments” , Leroy “Nicky” Barnes broke the unofficial street rules. Continue Reading →


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