Women’s Hospital, Harlem, 1910

New York City NY-WOMENS HOSPTIAL-AMSTERDAM AVENUE & 110th STREET-Postcard HarlemWomen’s Hospital in Manhattanville, West 109th Street near Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, New York, 1910 postcard. Continue Reading →

Fairway Employee Charged In Murder Of Co-worker

Jovanny PaulinoA Fairway employee has been charged with the murder of a co-worker and friend who was stabbed to death outside the supermarket’s warehouse in Manhattanville, police said. Continue Reading →

Getty Gas Station, 125th Street and 12th Avenue, 1950′s

This is a photograph of the Getty gas station looking southeast on the corner of 125th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattanville in West Harlem during the early 1950′s. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fish Market, 1920′s

Docking At 96th Street, 1920′s

The early years of the sewage treatment plant under Riverbank State Park at least has a guard booth. Well, it was a different world in the mid-20th century. Continue Reading →

Harlem to Preserve Brownstones By Creating height Limits

“… home to such African-American luminaries as composer Duke Ellington, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois.”

Hundreds of New York City’s most glorious brownstones and majestic townhouses will be protected from developers and preserved for generations under a major rezoning proposed for West Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company, Harlem 1923

The Studebaker building is an industrial building with Art Deco detailing that was built in 1923 to house the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company in of West Harlem. Continue Reading →