The Good Old Greenwich Village Days (Photos)

In the 1960s and ’70s, the Village was a gritty and glorious place, full of artists who where drawn in by the stories and stayed, becoming a part of the legend.

Fourth Avenue book row. Circa 1940s. 

Eighth Street Bookshop at MacDougal Street by Robert Otter, 1965.

Café Wha? on MacDougal Street by Robert Otter, 1963

Rotterdam Passing Pier 51 by Shelley Seccombe. 1978.

Washington Square Arch by Robert Otter, 1962. 

Bleecker Street Cinema by Robert Otter, 1965.

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