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The Sunday Parade: 1902

The Sunday Parade: 1902

"The Sunday Parade, 5th Avenue." View north from 46th Street. Windsor Arcade (demolished 1921) on right. View [larger ] [way big]. 1902 photo by Benjamin Falk. Compare with the image below -- in 11 years, cars have taken over the street.

 

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