East Harlem History - Page 2

Woodsy East Harlem

116th Street Looking West from Pleasant Avenue New York,
Print Archives,
Museum of the City of New York

*(From: "Harlem, The Story of a Changing Community" by Bernice Elizabeth Young Published by Julian Messner, a Division of Simon & Shuster, Inc. 1972)

Some pictures are courtesy of East Harlem's La Guardia/Corsi House which is located at 307 East 116th Street, New York, NY 10029, (212) 534-7800 or from
the Print Archives,
Museum of the City of New York.

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For further information on East Harlem please read the 197-A Plan from Community Board # 11. This document contains demographic, historic and statistical data.


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