Newark Streets

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Newark Streets
A
27 82
B
39 238
Broad & Market Streets
7 90
Broad Street
40 505
C
50 227
Clinton Avenue
8 82
D
15 23
E
15 68
F
22 115
G
18 46
H
33 123
High Street (Martin Luther King Blvd.)
1 69
Housing Tracts
13 57
I
5 8
Individual Houses
3 50
J
12 28
K
7 10
L
33 93
M
45 263
Market Street
13 213
Miscellaneous Views
3 11
N
35 118
O
8 69
P
29 204
Panoramas/Overviews
12 73
Q
1 1
R
20 95
S
63 312
Springfield Avenue
2 86
T
16 43
U
6 49
Unknown Streets
2 56
V
9 21
W
36 148
Washington Street
1 90
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Halsey Street at the Prudential Building looking North0 viewsDec 16, 2017
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906 Broad Street0 viewsChemist and photographer Wallace G. Levison standing on the sidewalk at 906 Broad St., next to a sign advertising horse blankets.

Photo by Wallace G. Levison
Dec 16, 2017
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Central Avenue0 viewsBus rests against house on Central Avenue in Newark, N.J. after Eugene Balanger, driver of the Public Service vehicle, swerved to avoid hitting an automobile.

Photo by J Petrella/NY Daily News
Dec 15, 2017
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Broome Street0 views1935: The owner of a shack made from a scrapped bus opens his door for Director Brady of the Newark Department of Public Affairs and Health Officials in Broome Street, Newark.

Photo by Hulton Archive
Dec 15, 2017
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102 Vesey Street0 viewsOne of the largest and best equipped stills ever found in Newark was discovered by dry raiders at 102 Vesey St. Plant and garage across street were connected by electric underground conveyor. Prohibition agents placed capacity of the alcohol plant at 52,000 gallons daily.

Photo by NY Daily News
Dec 15, 2017
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Raymond Blvd & Broad Street0 viewsWhy Does the Chicken Cross the Road? The answer to that one is easy. Why does a Rhode Island Red hen cross busy Broad Street and Raymond Boulevard, Newark? Neither the biddy who sold her for a quarter to a bus driver, nor the passersby she diverted for nearly an hour, can answer that riddle. She just arrived and nonchalantly strolled across the street - with the traffic light of course. March 16, 1943

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Dec 15, 2017
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64 Mulberry Street0 viewsFEBRUARY 28 1932: America's Chinese man of mystery, the almost legendary Mock Duck, national president of the Hip Sing Tong and reputedly the wealthiest of his race in this country, was the target of an assassin in Newark. The Dr. Fu Manchu of real life was shot down as he stepped from his eastern headquarters at 64 Mulberry St., Newark. shortly after 7:30 P.M. The bullet, fired almost pointblank, entered his neck and emerged through his right cheek. Treated at Newark City Hospital, the man whose slightest word is law in the gambling dens of Chinatowns from the Atlantic to the Pacific deserted his habitual Oriental calm and named his assailant as a young hatchet man known as Eng Pong Quong,

Photo by Walter Kelleher/NY Daily News
Dec 15, 2017
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5 - 10 Nassau Place2 viewsHealth Dept. Called These Unfit For Human
Tenants in these houses, at 5 through 10 Nassau Pl, must move within 10 days or face court penalties, Newark, New Jersey, 1950. Owner, James Bittaco, was fined for his failure to get tenants out. (Photo by Afro American Newspapers/Gado/Getty Images)
Dec 13, 2017