8th Street

June 6, 2014 § 3 Comments

Does anyone remember when 8th Street was the place to buy shoes?  IMG_8026

Still a few holdouts.

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§ 3 Responses to 8th Street

  • awax1217 says:

    My grandfathers jewelry factory was on 48th and 5th Ave. That was the jewelry area.

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  • Dolores says:

    When I lived in the Village, 8th Street was the hub. I had my hair cut there by a Frenchman. I loved the boutiques. Dad and I had the wedding rings made there. The bookstore with the dollar books was there. Pottery Barn started in an upstairs room there. Lots of memories. Mother

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