This Weeks New York History Web Highlights

Each Friday afternoon New York History compiles for our readers the previous week’s top weblinks about New York’s state and local history. You can find all our weekly round-ups here.

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  1. Anonymous

    The link to the piece about Al Lewis brought back memories of when I lived around the corner at Bleecker and Morton and used to see him in front of his restaurant almost daily.

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