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Original illustrated magazine article that has been carefully extracted from a prominent vintage/antique periodical. Fantastic, fascinating look at Greenwich Village in the Roaring Twenties.
- Corner of a typical Greenwich Village Coffee House in Washington Square
- The Romanian Gypsy, Romany Marie (Marie Marchand), standing in the doorway of her unique Tea Room on Christopher Street
- A View of Washington Mews
- The Village Troubador who makes his own ukuleles and sings his own compositions
- A New School Artist and his Poet wife
- The Village's first Tea House, known as the Mad Hatter "Down the Rabbit Hole"
- The Proprietor of the Mad Hatter Tea Room
- a representative gathering of Greenwich Villagers over the Samovar in a Fourth Street Resort
- Tiny Tim, who makes and sells candy with success
- another typical Greenwich Villager's Resort in Fourth Street, known as a Silhouette Shop
- Patchin Place in the Old Village. In the distance, Jefferson Market Tower
- Clothesline Alley, or "La Place Gar"
Title: The Village in a City
Author: Corinne Lowe
Publication: Ladies Home Journal
Publication Year: 1920
Length (includes front & back): Approximately 3 pages
Approximate Page Size (in inches): 10 x 16
Condition: VG. Small rip at bottom margin
This is an article only . . . not the entire magazine
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