HW Question: “What’s Your Fondest Memory Of Your Father?”

For Father’s Day Harlem World Magazine walked along 124th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd, asking people “What’s your fondest memory of your father?”

“My name is Kalia (age 18). Having birthdays with my dad and how he makes it (my birthday) feel like it’s my day and the whole world is about me. That is the favorite memory of my dad.” Continue Reading →

The Dr. John E. Ferdinand home in Harlem

This is the Dr. John Ferdinand home at 230 West 125th Street. It was located on the south side of 125th Street just west of 7th Avenue (now known as Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.,). Continue Reading →

Photo of the Day: Apollo and 125th Street, January, 2012 (photo)

Photograph taken from the Hotel Theresa on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (aka 7th Avenue), looking northwest toward Frederick Douglas Blvd., (aka 8th Avenue). Continue Reading →

Parade On 7th Avenue In Harlem, 1920’s

From the from “Views of America” portfolio by James Augustus Van Der Zee in the 1920’s. Continue Reading →