New York 1890s

Home to dazzling Broadway and the New Theatre Comique, the New York City of 1892 was on the cusp of modernization. Automobiles were beginning to outnumber horses, trolleys were gaining popularity, and the city thrived on the influx of immigrants from the newly-appointed Ellis Island.

Surveyor’s Maps of New York, 1891

Broadway interests, incl Unitarian Church of the Messiah/The Globe/New Theatre Comique

New York 1890s

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