A Moment In Time On 125th Street Between Lenox Avenue And Seventh, NY In 1890

An incredible black and white photograph of a slice of time in Harlem by an unknown photographer on a bright sunny day  125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, in Harlem, New York in 1918. Continue Reading →


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The Historic Lenox Avenue, Langston Hughes Called It “Harlem’s Heartbeat,” 1887

Lenox Avenue – also named Malcolm X Boulevard; both names are officially recognized – is the primary north-south route through Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →


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The Infamous New York Female Giants Baseball Team At The Lenox Oval In Harlem, 1913

In 1913, the first game with the New York Female Giants baseball team took place on the legendary Lenox Oval, at the northwest corner of Lenox Avenue and 145th Street in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →


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‘Below-Market’ At Lenox Avenue Apartments, Require $2,000+ Monthly Rent

A lottery for four Harlem apartments the city considers “affordable” is now accepting applications, but the “below-market” units require tenants to earn at least $76,000 incomes. Continue Reading →


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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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