[Ads-l] 5th Ave. in the '30s

Peter Reitan pjreitan at HOTMAIL.COM
Tue Mar 23 17:01:39 UTC 2021

Fans of Fifth Avenue might be interested in this book.

Collin's Both Sides of Fifth Avenue. A Brief History of the Avenue with 
Descriptive Notes, 1910. HathiTrust.


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From: "Jonathan Lighter" <wuxxmupp2000 at gmail.com>
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Subject: 5th Ave. in the '30s

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>59th St. to 79th St. (first east side of street, then west).
>My old stomping grounds.
>860 not built yet!  Spot looks like the big courtyard of the gray mansion
>just north of the site (demolished 1949).
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