Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
I would recommend finding a copy of a New York (Manhattan) City directory
for that year to find your relative. Since there are alphabetical listings
and business listing - with advertisements - you might get a picture of the
actual building. My guess is that during that year the hospital was a
thriving institution in the East Harlem neighborhood.
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 01:00:27 -0500
I have found a 1902 street address for a family
member. It is 1480 Madison Ave. This is acrossMost certainly this was mixed residential and commercial uptown.
If so, how expensive?
That's certainly relative. If one shopped Gristede's - expensive; if one
visited the open air markets - less expensive.
Or could this be a business address?
If you are interested in a wonderful novel by one of America's great
writers, I'll suggest Henry Roth's "Mercy of a Rude Stream" - which provides
a retroview of the neighborhood in Manhattan. Good luck.
By the way, North Dakota, What city?