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Franklin Square El

Franklin Square El

The Elevated at Franklin Square, 1878

Theodore F. Davis. Engraving: Harper's Weekly; September 7, 1887.

The imposing offices of Harper & Brothers, then the largest publisher in America, stands on the left. The conjunction of locomotive, elevated trains, and horses and carriages show the jumble of transportation modes at that time.

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This Franklin Square El image is part of the "Vintage New York" exhibit, created by the New Rochelle Council on The Arts (NRCA); Thea Eichler, Program Chairman; with the assistance a grant from the Michael and Helen Schaffer Foundation. © All images in this exhibit are the property of their respective copyright holders, and may not be reproduced without permission.

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