Charles Miller’s “The Way the City is Built” illustrates his preservationist’s interest in the historic buildings and landmarks that were rapidly disappearing west Harlem, New York, 1877. Continue Reading →
The photograph is titled “Geese, Harlem, 1872-1887″, but there’s a bunch of interesting things going on in the photograph. In addition to the geese checking out the photographer, there are goats eating grass, rocks lined up for some reason, and the shadow of the on the photographer George Bradford Brainerd somewhere on an unpaved rocky street in Harlem, New York around 1872-1887.
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