Brooklyn Heights, N.Y., taking then-and-now picolas (such as the "little house that could" on left).
Among my fave Nun posts are the NY Subway from 1904- present and Monday's NYC 1974... With a heaping archive of sensational old-time New York City photos, it's time to make good use of them.
I've decided to add a new daily feature to The Smoking Nun, cool cats: a New York "Vintage Image Of The Day," to share my hundreds of compiled images. And away we go...
Newspaper Row in downtown Manhattan across from City Hall, was the world-class base of much of New York's press corps from 1840 to the 1920s, including The New York Times, Associated Press and Joseph Pulitzer's New York World and Hearst's New York Journal, along with such global publications as the Portuguese O Novo Mundo, Scottish American Journal, German-language New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, Irish Sentinal and many others. Photo: 1912.