Charles Lane, one of the most narrow streets in New York City, has a fascinating history. From its earliest days as the northern boundary of Newgate Prison, to its commercial development during the mid-nineteenth century, to its fashionable location in the West Village today, exploring the history of the street touches many common themes within the bigger story of New York.
Broadside advertising the names and faces of NYU's medical faculty. The flyer shows these men's portraits in medallions surround an illustration of the old University which is clearly emblematic of the institution.
Tens of thousands of photographs of actors and actresses, in character and as themselves, from the 19th century to recent years.