A Thousand Thanks for Your Patronage. Pete's Tavern
New York's oldest apartment houses. 142 E. 18th St.
'Old tom's thames st.' 1875 - eliza greatorex.
"Old Tom's" and the "Crooked Stoop"
Where it Belongs.
Rathskeller, 190 Third Ave. - Haunt of O. Henry, 1948.
"Ye Old Willow Cottage" Fifth Avenue and 44th Street
"I See Where There's a Fellar Froze in the Artic."
Where's the Voice of the "New" Tammany?
St. Ann's Church for Deaf - Mutes
Player's Club, founded by Edwin Booth - 16 Gramercy Park Southern. 1947.
Sal Anthony's S.P.Q.R.
Bill Bertolotti's Restaurant 85 West 3rd St. Greenwich Village. May 12, 1948.
"The Little House" where Jacob Riis wrote many of his books - Richmond Hill, Queens. Nov. 6, 1950.
Where the Chicken Dealer Gets the Axe.
[The Red House and St. George's Cricket Ground 1843.]