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Cron39s Hill in 1920 now known as Park Ave History t

Cron39s Hill in 1920 now known as Park Ave History t


The railroad tunnel in 1941

Horses are almost gone from Park Avenue in this picture. A pedestrian bridge spans the submerged train tracks in the middle of the avenue and the new Public ...

Numerous buildings have a jagged façade, exemplified at Park Avenue and 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan.

Notting Hill is full of colourful houses.

Main Street, 1920

Second Avenue at 97th Street

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Aerial view of Denver

Street scene along Archer Avenue.

I began my 4th Avenue survey at the “V” formed by the junction of The Bowery and Cooper Square. Some mapmakers, Hagstrom in particular, have insisted on ...

Ferryquay Street.

Proposals for demolition and towers[edit]

Third and Park Avenue intersection in 1897

History of Omaha, Nebraska

History of Greenwich, Connecticut


Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives — In Focus — The Atlantic

Confederate Monument on Mount Royal Avenue, c. 1910-1920. Courtesy Library of

The former Freie Bibliothek und Lesehalle ("Free Library and Reading Hall", left; now the Ottendorfer Branch of the New York Public Library) and Deutsches ...

The land was turned into an airfield, which later became the airport we all know and hate. The park was also known as North Beach.

The Murray Hill Hotel on Park Avenue, 1931, courtesy Museum of the City of New York

Panorama of the Detroit International Riverfront

2, 4, and 6 Holland Park Avenue. Photo 2008.

Carnegie Hill

Stamford Hill and Tram

Aqueduct of the Erie Canal as it was built in 1842, replacing the original construction from 1823. In the 1920s, the Broad Street Bridge was erected on top ...


This photo is dated circa mid 1920s, which means the Hollywoodland sign was only a


1815-1817 Park Avenue

Above, you are standing in the middle of the intersection, looking up the hill. On the right are the familiar columns of [what is now] Fish Kebab, ...

History of the Kansas City metropolitan area


The Historic Heart of Echo Park

Top: Downtown Providence skyline and the Providence River from the Point Street Bridge; Middle

Unionport Road, connecting Bronx Park and the old Bronx town of the same name (now a part of Castle Hill), runs past Morris Park Avenue and officially ...

George Street in the 1920s. Note the old City Hall at the foot of Connaught

Early history[edit]

Chicken Hill circa 1945

Government and law[edit]

Fifth Avenue after a snow storm in 1905

Sherryland ', originally the  Louis Sherry  estate c. 1915 in . '

Looking south on Christie Street from St. Clair Avenue

A History of Housing Practices in Long Beach