Bowery

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Chatham Square looking up the Bowery. Pendleton’s Photo Gallery at center.

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Bowery, N.Y.

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Tony Pastor’s Opera House, Bowery, New York.

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The Old Bowery Theatre, Bowery, NY.

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Arrival of the Sharp??? at Headquarters in N.Y. Bowery & Houston.

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Bowery below Canal Srt., New York.

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Bowery near Houston St., New York.

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Bowery, NY.

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Tony Pastor’s Opera House, NY. Bowery near Prince St.

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New Bowery and Roosevelt Streets, NY.

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Bowery, (Atlantic Garden) N.Y. The Atlantic Garden was a beer garden and music hall established by William Kramer in 1858 at what is now 50 Bowery, next to the Bowery Theatre (built in 1826) and on the site of the Bull’s Head Tavern, formerly headquarters for New York’s cattle market, and the New York Hotel. The premises extended west to a secondary frontage on Elizabeth Street. The Bowery Theatre was built as a fashionable theater, but by the 1850s it came to cater to immigrant groups; the Germans especially patronized Atlantic Garden, which featured a theater behind the beer hall, where the new entertainment of “variety” acts were presented along with popular music concerts. In 1910, following the neighborhood’s changing dynamic, Atlantic Garden switched to presenting Yiddish theatre. In 2013 structures on the site were razed to make way for a high-rise hotel.

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2471. The Bowery, New York.

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2471. Above the Third Ave. Elevated Railway, Looking North in the Bowery, New York City.

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9. The famous Bowery, North from Grand Street, New York City.

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27. The Bowery, New York.

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7. Along the Famous Bowery, New York.

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Along the Noted Bowery, New York.

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463a. Peddling Ties on the Bowery, NY.

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