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
  • Each Friday afternoon New York History compiles for our readers the previous week’s top web links about New York’s state and local history. You can find all our web links here.

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