New from one of our favorite blogs: EPHEMERAL NEW YORK....This is what New York was like at Christmas 1882
the city’s first 150 or so years, the residents of the colony that
would become NY didn’t celebrate Christmas the way we celebrate it now:
by buying gifts, decorating a tree, and telling stories about Santa
Claus coming down chimneys.
READ AND SEE MORE HERE.
CLICK ON THE PHOTO FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ON FOURTEENTH STREET
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