Vintage Images of Park Row


Park Row is a street located in Manhattan. Its northern end is Chatham Square and the southern end is the intersection with Broadway.

It was known as Chatham Street in the early 19th century, later it was renamed Park Row. It passes by City Hall Park, Printing House Square and some historic buildings.

Since 18th century, the area was home to several publishers, such as The World, Scientific American, Baker & Godwin, New York Times, Tribune, Sunday Times, New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, Evening Mail, The Day Book / Weekly Day Book (1848–1879), Currier & Ives, Army & Navy Journal, The Albion, The Sun, The Sentinel and Freeman's Journal (in Tryon Row Buildings), and others. In the late 19th century, Park Row was also known as Newspaper Row.

In 1883, the Park Row Terminal, for the Brooklyn Bridge, was opened.

There were also other publishers around City Hall Park, such as The Technical Press, The New York Herald and others.


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Park Row in the early 20th century, old postcard by Aristophoto Company.


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Below, view from the opposite side.



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Vintage Images of Park Row


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