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An American Gilded Age view of. shoppers  purchasing goods from pushcart vendors on Hester Street. Located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, c.1898. ~ {cwlyons}

Norfolk and Hester Street around 1898 - Hester Street (Manhattan) encyclopedia

1904 Commerce Street taken from Barrow Street Manhattan -- a history of one New York City street name. by Simon Coconino, via Flickr

1904 Commerce Street taken from Barrow Street Manhattan -- a history of one New York City street name. by Simon Coconino

The New York Stock Exchange, 10-12 Broad Street, 1865 - 1903. Photo taken around 1900.

The New York Stock Exchange, 18 Broad Street, demolished in 1901 to make way for the current building, designed by George B.

One of the oldest photos of New york City and was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

One of the oldest photos of New York Ciy. It was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

Street Scene: Union Square, New York City, 1904. Appears to be Easter weekend.

American Gilded Age era street scene, Policemen and pedestrians, walking past flower vendor display, in NYC.

A two-horse street cleaner, NYC, 1905.

A two-horse team street cleaner, with sprayer, squeegee, and roller at rear. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives) # Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic

[Copy Photograph of Early 1900s New York City Street Scene]. Unknown (American). 1930s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Walker Evans Archive, 1994 (1994.263.178)

[Copy Photograph of Early New York City Street Scene]. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Broadway, looking south from Prince Street, NY, 1860-76

New York City, Broadway, looking south from Prince Street, New York, 1860 -

The Great Blizzard of 1888 In New York City ~ cool picture!

The Bowery Boys: New York City History: Frozen in time: The Blizzard of 1888 knocks New York City off its feet, creating the deadliest commute in history

23rd Street, 1905 Street Scene.

Enormously wide sidewalks and high storefront windows a NYC Trademark - many buildings still have the beautifully detailed stonework facades. New York circa West Street.

circa 1906, On the East Side, N. Y. C., , German New York, Lower East Side, Manhattan, Kleindeutschland

German New York, Lower East Side, Manhattan, Kleindeutschland</head>

Bustling Broadway: 1910

Bustling Broadway: 1910 (Shorpy Photo Archive - Old Pictures, Better Than New)

New York City, Broadway and West 1910 Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Bustling Broadway: 1910

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