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New York Time Machine: Then and Now

8 Places

Curation

Last Edited: 2024/06/11

Times Square

New York

Last Edited: 2024/06/11

Brooklyn Bridge

New York

The Brooklyn Bridge, finished in 1883, had ample space for pedestrians and trains.

Last Edited: 2024/06/18

Herald Square

New York

The New York Herald Building was headquarters of the venerable newspaper from 1894 to 1921, shortly before the paper was acquired by the New York Tribune.

Last Edited: 2024/06/11

Fifth Avenue

New York

Last Edited: 2024/06/11

Spite House

New York

In 1882, Joseph Richardson built the thin apartment building to spoil the views of his next-door neighbor Henry Sarner.

Last Edited: 2024/06/18

William Clark House

New York

Clark was an enormously wealthy entrepreneur and politician from Montana who in 1897 decided to build a house in NYC. It contained 121 rooms, 31 bathrooms, 4 art galleries, a swimming pool, a garage and an underground rail line for coal to heat the house.

Last Edited: 2024/06/11

Plymouth Church

New York | Place of worship

Last Edited: 2024/06/18

The Jefferson

New York

It was originally built as the Third Judicial District Courthouse from 1874 to 1877. The building ceased to be used as a courthouse in 1945, and was slated for demolition in 1958. In 1961, the New York Public Library agreed to the plan.

Last Edited: 2024/06/18

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