a picture blog about a landmarked Manhattan enclave
September 17, 2017
PICTURE OF THE DAY
A southeast view from a Cloister terrace showing the base of Prospect Tower, Tudor City Place and the North Park, circa 1940. Center right, the park's graveled oval, central fountain and Lich Gate entrance.
Zooming in on the cobblestoned street, then known as Prospect Place. It apparently was a two-way thoroughfare, with wherever-you-feel-like parking.