Greenwich Village Memories

Washington Square Arch

Sheridan Square, 1970’s

McSorley’s Old Ale House

Bob Dylan at The Chelsea Hotel

Music: Bob Dylan/Restless Farewell

Slide Show: Greenwich Village Memories

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The End of the 3rd Avenue El

You can read one man’s riveting, detailed story of coming to terms with being gay in New York City and The Village from 1945 to the 1990’s here.

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  3. Peter Gold Says:

    Form about 1963 to 1973 my father – Jack Gold – owned Cheese Village – located on Greenwich Ave & 8th St. We were right next to the original Balducci’s fruit & vegetable stand. Just wondering if you have any pictures since it seems no one in my family has any!!!! Thanks
    Peter Gold

    • Herb Maruska Says:

      Peter, are you the brother of Lisa Gold, who married Frank Lewis back in June 1969? I am also curious about Cheese Village and La Fondue. I took my girlfriend, now my wife, to La Fondue on our first date on January 17, 1970.

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