Friday, January 24, 2020
Turn of the 20th Century West Village in color
This is Abingdon Square, West Village, on 8th Avenue and Bleeker Street ca 1908. Seems like a nice place and probably reasonably priced as H.P. Lovecraft did live around that area or will live there in the not too distant future relative to this photo. One this that would be surprising for 1908 is that there was still a horse drawn streetcar. Shouldn't TARS have gone all electric by then?
I can't recall where I got the original B&W photo but I do recall that I did colorize it and at least that's something.
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