File:West side of Broadway, New York City, from Vesey Street to Barclay Street, 1830.tiff
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English: St. Paul’s Chapel is at left, on the south side of Vesey Street. Published in Henry Collins Brown, ed. Valentine’s Manual of the City of New York 1917-1918 New Series No. 2 (The Old Colony Press, New York, 1917), p.218, with caption “Broadway -- Vesey to Barclay Street -- 1830. Old residences of Messrs. Lydig, King, Stuyvesant, and J. J. Astor. Site of famous old Astor House. From a drawing by L. Oram. -- Collection of Mr. Robert Goelet." The Astor House hotel later occupied the whole blockfront.
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