Forty-three illustrations to color portray the changing face of a renowned metropolitan region. Ranging from the Dutch settlement of the 1600s to the bustling Gilded Age city of the 1890s, these masterful depictions offer fascinating backward glances at Wall Street, Coney Island, Grand Central Statio... read more
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Forty-three illustrations to color portray the changing face of a renowned metropolitan region. Ranging from the Dutch settlement of the 1600s to the bustling Gilded Age city of the 1890s, these masterful depictions offer fascinating backward glances at Wall Street, Coney Island, Grand Central Station, Chinatown, and other New York City landmarks and locales.
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