East Harlem History - Page 3


5th Avenue Between 116th and 117th Streets, c. 1890, In the background is St. Bevan's Madison and 116th Streets. Photograph from W.J. Roege, NY, 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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