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Vintage: New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village (1910s – 1920s) | MONOVISIONS

America's Bohemia: Pictures of New York’s Greenwich Village in the – Portrait of an unidentified woman (artist) seated on a porch rail, ca. It says "Idée" (Idea) on the question mark on the wall.

The Treasure Box, Greenwich Village, New York. c. 1910s - 1920s. Photo: Jessie Tarbox Beals

The Treasure Box, Greenwich Village, New York.

New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village (1910's – 1920's) #NYC

Daily life in Greenwich Village between the and by Jessie Tarbox Beals who is known as America's first female news photographer.

Adele Kennedy: Who Gaily Guides in Greenwich Village. c. 1910s - 1920s. Portrait of Adele Kennedy standing in the doorway of the Treasure Box at 7 Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village.

Adele Kennedy: Who Gaily Guides in Greenwich Village. - Portrait of Adele Kennedy standing in the doorway of the Treasure Box at 7 Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village.

a series of photographs of daily life in Greenwich Village were taken from between the 1910s and 1920s by Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870-1942), who is known as America's first female news photographer.

Beals standing in the gallery doorway, credit: Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America

Italian Immigants; an older woman and three children in a tenement, during America's Gilded Age, (late 19th-century). Located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.  American female photographer: Jessie Tarbox Beals, (1870-1942). ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: Columbia University Library)

Older woman, and three children in a tenement, Gilded Age era (late on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Rarely Seen Autochrome Photos of New York in the early 20th Century

Mulberry Street, New York City, 1900 - autochrome photograph. Autochromes are among the first commercially successful forms of colour photography. The colour dyes in the photographs are held by potato starch.

Vintage: New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village (1910s – 1920s) | MONOVISIONS

Daily life in Greenwich Village between the and by Jessie Tarbox Beals who is known as America's first female news photographer.

a series of photographs of daily life in Greenwich Village were taken from between the 1910s and 1920s by Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870-1942), who is known as America's first female news photographer.

a series of photographs of daily life in Greenwich Village were taken from between the and by Jessie Tarbox Beals who is known as America's first female news photographer.

Edna St. Vincent Millay and husband Eugen Jan Boissevain in front of house at 75-1/2 Bedford Street, New York

Vincent Millay and her husband in front of their famous (and smallest) house in Greenwich Village jessie tarbox beals 1924

Vintage: New York’s Bohemian Greenwich Village (1910s – 1920s) | MONOVISIONS

Daily life in Greenwich Village between the and by Jessie Tarbox Beals who is known as America's first female news photographer.

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