|Bleecker Street between MacDougal and Sullivan Streets, 1920 (courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York)|
James wrote a piece on the evolution of Bleecker Street (and, by extension, Greenwich Village) that was published a few days ago on Curbed. To read the story, follow this link.
Some of the photos he researched for the story didn't make it into the final piece, so we've included them below.
Michelle & James Nevius
|An illegal "back house" behind old townhouses on Bleecker Street (photo by Jacob A. Riis)|
|Mori's Restaurant in what was once part of Carroll Place (photo by Berenice Abbott). There's a Duane Reade in this space today.|
|The oldest building on Bleecker Street (photo by Berenice Abbott)|
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