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New Theatre New York City - 1910. The Century Theatre, originally the New Theatre, at W62nd Street and Central Park West. The theater was…

New Theatre New York City - The Century Theatre, originally the New Theatre, at Street and Central Park West. The theater was demolished in 1931 and replaced by the Century Apartments building.

A two-horse street cleaner, NYC, 1905.

Post with 16293 views. An important job in the horse drawn era. a street cleaner, NYC

The NewYorkologist: Vanderbilt Mansion at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, New York, 1900

The NewYorkologist: Vanderbilt Mansion at Fifth Avenue and Street, New York, 1900 In the summer of 1961 this mansion was used to process Hungarian Refugees who were escaping a revolution in their country.

An American Gilded Age street scene, c.1904. Uniformed policemen and pedestrians, walking past a flower vendor display, in NYC. Detroit Publishing Company photographers ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Original Image: NYPL)

American Gilded Age era street scene, Policemen and pedestrians, walking past flower vendor display, in NYC.

New York circa 1905. “City Hall Post Office.” Designed by Alfred Mullett, completed in 1880 and demolished in 1939, the building was derided as “Mullett’s Monstrosity” by its numerous critics.....I think it was gorgeous!

New York City, City Hall Post Office. Designed by Alfred Mullett, completed in 1880 and demolished in the building was derided as “Mullett’s Monstrosity” by its numerous critics

Home of Isaac Vail Brokaw on 79th and 5th. Finished 1890. Demolished 1965.

Looking back at Manhattan's lost Gilded Age mansions

The Isaac Vail Brokaw mansion, built in 1890 on the corner of East Street & Fifth Avenue. Torn down in 1965 for an apartment house. So many wonderful buildings were torn down to accommodate banality! In the name of the almighty dollar.

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