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Anything can happen in a New York minute — the landscape of various neighborhoods often change as quickly as plans, outfits, and soundtracks. But, we can always use a little local history lesson. So, we turned to talented NYC artist, Sally Davies, to share her photos of the East Village of yesterday.
Consider this eye-opening vintage walking tour a virtual time machine. Now go hug your corner bodega.
Photographed by Sally Davies
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