This Weeks New York History Web Highlights

  • Preservation Nation: Greening the Empire State Bldg
  • NYPL: Using the Census in Genealogy Research
  • Modernizing Mental Health Care: Elwood in Albany
  • Bowery Boys: A Bowery Tattoo Parlor, 1941
  • Chelsea Hotel: History and Tenants Under Attack
  • Louis Nemeth’s Photos: From World War II to the Radio
  • Mirror Magazine: Hague Market, Adirondacks’ Oldest
  • Old Salt Blog: The First Christmas Tree Ship
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