The I. Kunz’s Well In Harlem NY 1898 (Photograph)

A great photograph by Harlem documentarian James Reuel Smith of the I. Kunz’s Well, (80 feet west), at 6th Street at West 138th Street, in Harlem, New York, on April 21, 1898. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Bodega Clerk Stabs Robber To Death

NBC reports that a man trying to rob a bodega worker in Harlem at knifepoint was himself stabbed to death by the clerk, police and witnesses say. Continue Reading →

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Morgan Thomas Reported Missing In Harlem

Morgan Thomas, 19, was reported missing Friday, January 13, 2017. Thomas was last seen leaving his South Harlem residence on Lenox Avenue around 10:30 p.m., police said. Continue Reading →

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Lenox Avenue And 126th Street Harlem NY 1901

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It’s the winter of 1901, on a overcast Harlem day, with bare trees at Lenox Avenue and 126th Street with horses and wagons lined the street in New York. Continue Reading →

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Aly’s Dancing School East 125th Street Harlem, NY, 1912

aly-s-dancing-school-southeast-corner-east-125th-street-1912-harlem-manhattan-nyc-20Seems there has been dancing in Harlem for centuries! A fantastic street level black and white photograph of the Aly’s (not Alvin) Dancing School on the southeast corner at East 125th and 124th Streets and Lenox Avenue, (on the right hand corner), Harlem, New York, 1912 .

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Horse & Wagons, Lenox And 126th Street Harlem NY 1901

lenox-126th-street-horse-wagons-lined-the-streets-in-harlem-ny-1901-241It’s the winter of 1901, on a sunny Harlem day, with bare trees at Lenox Avenue and 126th Street with horses and wagons lined the street in New York.

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The Most Expensive Home In Harlem $11 Million

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The Most Expensive Home In Harlem this month is this wonderful 19,370 square foot have a total of 18 residential units, 18 beds, and two commercial spaces right in the heart of central Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

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Jimmie Daniels “One Of The Most Popular Cafe Singers” Ever In Harlem NY 1908-1984

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Jimmie Daniels was born in Laredo, Texas in 1908, but was raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. He left Arkansas and traveled to New York in the 1920s, at the height of the Harlem Renaissance. Continue Reading →

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