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Re: What was famous in your old Neighborhood


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Posted by lobo to Saul BxGourmet on Wednesday, April 20th 2022:

In Reply to: Re: What was famous in your old Neighborhood posted by Saul Weber on Tuesday, April 19th 2022:

Thanks for the correction Saul! I failed to double check which Indian Nation the street was named for. Apparently, I am not alone, as I see historical content that confuses the names on occasion. I myself need to double check when researching, and one of the names pops up. Good catch!
BxGourmet, Do you recall when Meyer's sold out? Can you describe the layout of the store when you walked in? Meyer's has been mentioned before...but I still question if this was the butcher shop that became Honeywell after 1956! I was told a few years ago that it might have been, and you mentioning Meyer's seems to make this a possibility. I am looking to see if I can find the old NYC storefront tax photos from the 1940's, but this stretch of 180th. St is alluding me.

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