Section: A Walk Down Memory Lane-New York City Recollections
 

Directory: New York City History

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Section: A Walk Down Memory Lane Through It's Images


Web Link: Black and White New York (NYC Architecture.com Exhibition)
The History Box Presents: Behind The Camera's Eye: A Nostalgic View of Vintage New York City: The photographs and paintings that are presented here are from a wide variety of artists exhibited on various websites. This treasure trove of collected prints, rich with sentimental or narrative association reflect urban life in vintage NYC. It is evident that the works of these photographers or painters inspired by different motivations and purposes, are dedicated to educate the citizens  in its complex city history. Let us all be grateful for their wonderful contribution.
   
Section: A Walk Down Memory Lane Through It's Narrations
Article Name: Recollections of the Old Neighborhood-1940's by Miriam Medina
Article Name: Los Recuerdos del Viejo Vecindario : El Barrio 1940s Por Miriam Medina (For the benefit of the Spanish speaking people who live in East Harlem)
Article Name: A Girl's Life in New York, Ninety Years Ago, Reminiscences of Catalina Adams
Article Name: Dr. Haswell's Diary Reflecting Incidents on the Life of His Day 1810-1824
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part I
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part II
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part III
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part IV
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part V
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part VI
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part VII
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part VIII
Article Name: A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part IX
Article Name: Old Schoolgirls Young For A Day: 1908
Article Name: The Old New Yorker Tells of Changes 1901
Article Name: A Memory of Old Harlem                                                                                      Posted 10/1/06
Article Name: Merchant's Recollections of Old New York Businessmen Part I                          Posted 6/28/08
Article Name: Merchant's Recollections of Old New York Businessmen Part II                         Posted 6/28/08
Article Name: Merchant's Recollections of Old New York Businessmen Part III                        Posted 6/28/08
Article Name: Merchant's Recollections of Old New York Businessmen Part IV (Final Part)     Posted 6/28/08
Web Link:  Across The Park by Earl Carter (Bronx)
Web Link:  Growing up in the Bronx from 1928 to 1957 by John Gaynor
Web Link:  Recollections of Summer, 1936
Web Link:  The Bronx Zoo by Grayce Pedulla Dillon
Web Link:  Visiting Grandma and Grandpa by Ellen Bisbano
Web Link:  My Beloved Bronx by Beverly Kahler
Web Link:  Diary Of A Little Girl In Old New York 1849-1850
Web Link:  Diary Of A Little Girl In Old New York 1851
Web Link:  The Diary of a Young Trader-1929
Web Link:  Gleanings and Recollections No. 1-The New York Fire 1835
Web Link:  Harlem Memories 1930s
Web Link:  Old Merchants of New York City 1863
Web Link:  Personal Recollections of Washington Irving
Web Link:  A Great Merchant's Recollections of Old New York 1818-1880
Web Link:  Some Recollections Of Old Brooklyn
Web Link:  My Brooklyn
Web Link:  New York City Bookshops in the 1930s and 1940s:The Recollections of Walter Goldwater
Web Link:  "Reminiscences of New York by an Octgenarian 1816-1860," by Charles H. Haswell  Published in 1896 A Detailed  Chronological Description of Early New York City
Web Link:  Personal Memories of Washington Heights
Web Link: Looking At Old Long Island City Across The Line
Web Link: Scenes From a Jewish Girlhood: The Bronx
Web Link: Developing a Habit by Thomas Pryor : Manhattan

 

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The following Link: Old Merchants of New York City 1863
The entire book of 38 Chapters was transcribed and contributed by Miriam Medina to the Brooklyn Information Page
 
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