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Ephemeral New York

Chronicling an ever-changing city through faded and forgotten artifacts.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per week
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Oct 2022 3
Nov 2022 11
Dec 2022 10
Jan 2023 13
Feb 2023 10
Mar 2023 11
Apr 2023 9
May 2023 14
Jun 2023 10
Jul 2023 14
Aug 2023 9
Sep 2023 10
Oct 2023 15
Nov 2023 9
Dec 2023 11
Jan 2024 12
Feb 2024 12
Mar 2024 10
Apr 2024 11
May 2024 6

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Most recent posts

A ghost shoe store sign keeps Art Deco alive on bustling 34th Street
Some ghost signs are hard to decipher. They appear as leftover letters and logos hidden behind newer store signage, or as faded ads on the side of a building. But the A.S. Beck sign screams …
On , by ephemeralnewyork, 304 words
A carriage house with an upstairs artist studio is the last survivor of an East Side stable row
In the 1870s, East 63rd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues was taking shape as a residential block of brownstones designed for upper middle class families. Thirty years later, the out-of-style brownstones were destined for …
On , by ephemeralnewyork, 568 words
The holdout stable squeezed between white brick apartment houses on the Upper East Side
What kind of block was East 63rd Street between Second and Third Avenues in the first half of the 20th century? Like so many other streets hemmed in by elevated trains and relatively close to …
On , by ephemeralnewyork, 332 words