The End Of Harlem Farmland, “The Greatest Grid,” Demolition At Eight And 106th Street 1870’s

An amazing photograph looking North at the demolition of Harlem’s former rolling hills into “The Greatest Grid,” at Eighth Avenue from 106th Street looking northeast towards West Harlem around the 1870s.

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The Harlem Renaissance And What Makes A Leader Great

The Harlem Renaissance is the name given to a period in the early twentieth century, roughly from the 1910s through to the mid-1930s, when a considerable amount of artistic works, including literature, art, stage performance, and music, came out of Harlem. Continue Reading →


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Langston, Duke, Schomburg – Start Your Own Renaissance In The New Year

We love these Paul Evans The Cagney II Stitched Cap-Toe Oxford by Oxbloods, as five star reviewer Carlito (Ecclesiastes 12:12) said on Amazon these are “Word class high quality shoes”. Continue Reading →


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