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October 14, 2012

O New York City You Talk A Lot.

And it has a lot to talk about. Hands down, the Manhattan borough alone has more history, more diversity, more stories and more lessons than any other American town. Take one discrete area--and study it back over the past four centuries. The saloon where where you now talk, drink, revel and love was once the site of an orchard, a sprawling farm, a new development of private estates, a long-forgotten theater or a once-great newspaper's office.


"Junction of the Bowery and Broadway, Union Square", 1885, by Albertis Del Orient Browere. Oil on canvas. (Museum of the City of New York, J. Clarence Davies Collection)

Posted by JD Hull at October 14, 2012 02:10 PM


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