Now & Then

Buried beneath layers of time and development lies another Inwood…an Inwood inhabited by Indians, Dutchmen, Hessians, captains of industry and hardscrabble Irish immigrants. If every picture tells a story, then this is the story of…


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George Thunhorst March 23, 2015 at 12:25 pm

Hi I grew up on 25 Cumming Street !!

Bill M a old Longhorn April 1, 2015 at 9:55 pm

Tom Walsh, Class of 1951 Good Shepherd School . Brother Peter. I am from Seaman Ave. Player football with the Long Horns & Then the Rams from 212st. Went to LaSall with Bill Sherman & John Kellerher. Also swam in the Harliam River but up at the back of Columbia U football field. I to don’t have Cancer but have other problems. Live in MD now, 45 years. Still in touch with Bill Maxwell .

Alan Fritz April 20, 2015 at 4:33 pm

I am doing research on old advertising wall signs of NY and I was wondering if anyone on this board can remember one on a building (209 Dyckman) several feet south of the southwestern corner of Dyckman and Broadway in the late 1940′s early 1950′s. I know it showed a Ruppert’s sign in 1945, but was wondering what the ad was after that. Thanks

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