Websites for New York Mavens  

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Art..7 Historic Houses..4 Museums..1 Times Square..7
Brooklyn..20 Historical Accounts..5 New Jersey..1 Upper East Side..8
Downtown/Financial Dist...4 Hudson River Valley..1 New York State..3 Upper West Side..8
East Village..7 Landmarks..7 Queens..19 Vintage Photos..7
Food..2 Long Island..2 Soho..7 Walking Tours..4
Fun and Miscellaneous..7 Lower East Side..8 Staten Island..18 West Village..8
Harlem..7 Manhattan..24 Subways & Railroad..2

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1. Bridge and Tunnel Club    A fun photographic series of walks throughout all five boroughs of New York City.
2. Bridges of New York: Dave Frieder, Photographer    A photographer's website documenting the various bridges of New York City. Niice images.
3. BRIDGES OF NEW YORK: Photographer Dave Frieder    Amazing photographs of New York bridges!
4. Building Photographs: Search Engine for Historic American Buildings Survey    National Archive of Buildings. Excellent for photographs of historic buildings.
5. Curbed: An Edgy (or maybe "Quirky") Real Estate "Blog"    Diverse and often intersting articles and web-links about New York neighborhoods
6. Faded Signs in New York by Artist/Photographer Frank Jump    A delightful website of historic (hence, faded) painted wall advertising in New York City. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria!!
7. Forgotten New York: New York Neighborhoods    Illustrated tours of New York neighborhoods. Great websites!
8. Forgotten NY    Fantastic series of websites with historic street scenes, neighborhoods, buildings, and oddities. You'll spend hours touring on these sites!
9. Library of Congress Gottscho-Schleisner Collection of Archtectural Images    Great Images of Works of Various Architects and Designers
10. Manhattan & Bronx Art Deco    A Berkley, California Real Estate website, by someone who really loves New York!
11. Maritime Industry Museum    Maritime History at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx
12. Medieval New York    A wonderful student site that consists of a range of artices about numerous churches, plus Temple Emanu-El, the Woolworth Tower, the Kingsbridge Armory, and many others.
13. Metropolitan Historic Structures Association    
14. New York City Building Department    A good source of information about individual buildings in all five boroughs. Click on "Certificates of Occupancy" for PDFs of original documents.
15. New York City Subway Art Guide    Great photographic selection of the Arts for Transit projects in the New York City subway system.
16. New York City Website    Research NYC Building Finances (click "Property History"), learn buildings "Block and Lot," or tour Gracie Mansion...It's all here!
17. New York Heritage Digital Library Collections    More than 160 digital collections from New York State, via libraries, archives, museums, and other cultural institutions.
18. Noticing New York Blog Page    A blog page, by a Brooklyn-based Urban Planner, that addresses many New York topics.
19. NYC Municipal Archives    Nice on-line photo gallery in various areas. Great research institution.
20. Penny Postcards from New York    An excellent site with historic images of New York State and New York City sites.
21. Photographs of New York Art, Architecture, Holiday Windows, and more    A wonderful website by New Yorker Mark Lentz
22. Place Matters    Places of social and cultural importance in New York City. Not your usual landmarks. Click on "Tours" or "Featured Place of the Week."
23. Property Shark    A web resource that includes an amazing amount of building information. Try free trial to see if you are satisfied.
24. Public Art in the Bronx    An excellent site with lots of tips for teachers and students.
25. The City Concealed: an online video series exploring the unseen corners of New York City.    An online video series exploring the unseen corners of New York City.
26. Vintage Diners in Miniature    A varied and wonderful selection!

Frequently I am asked for a list of my favorite New York web-sites.

Presented here are varied sites, broken up into categories ranging from exceptionally informative to somewhat esoteric (perhaps even eccentric).

Choose a category that interests you and enjoy!
- Justin
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