Friday, April 2, 2010

100 Years Ago In New York City



100 years ago in New York City, flower vendors displayed their Easter bouquets curbside, amid the hustle and bustle of street cars, horse drawn buggies, wagons and pedestrians galore.



On Easter Sunday, 5th Avenue was crowded with church goers and others dressed in their holiday best.

3 comments:

Sweet Repose said...

I remember when they used to have Easter parades...I always got a new straw hat, white gloves and Spring coat...guess I was quite the lucky lil' girl!!!

32˙North said...

Every one looks so dapper.

Tracy said...

Such elegance... I can image the flowers, everyone dress in their best for the holiday, the sound of church bells... :o) Happy Easter, my friend ((HUGS))