The Bowery of Old New York

The Bowery of Old New York A fascinating portrait of the Bowery by acclaimed New York journalist Julian Ralph Written in Ralph offers a crisp and lively account of the Bowery s history inhabitants and culture Topics incl

  • Title: The Bowery of Old New York
  • Author: Julian Ralph
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  • Page: 363
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  • A fascinating portrait of the Bowery by acclaimed New York journalist Julian Ralph Written in 1892, Ralph offers a crisp and lively account of the Bowery s history, inhabitants and culture Topics include The beginnings, the Bowery Boy, shops, taverns, clubs, lodging, restaurants or eating houses tenements, theater, Jews, Hungarians, Germans, Poles, Chinatown, andA fascinating portrait of the Bowery by acclaimed New York journalist Julian Ralph Written in 1892, Ralph offers a crisp and lively account of the Bowery s history, inhabitants and culture Topics include The beginnings, the Bowery Boy, shops, taverns, clubs, lodging, restaurants or eating houses tenements, theater, Jews, Hungarians, Germans, Poles, Chinatown, and even the street lighting Of particular interest is his description of the dime museums.Much like the Bowery itself, this one s got it all A remarkable peek into New York s storied history.Editor s Note The text has been painstakingly reproduced from a facsimile of the original document Blatant typographical errors have been corrected but quaint spellings of the era have been preserved.7,700 words

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