Sunday, October 2, 2011

Trading Town

South Street Seaport

"New York is like a foreign city. The tumult is fearful; yet it is only a sea-port after all. It has no metropolitan repose. It never can have. It is a trading town."
George William Curtis, Trumps. A novel. By Geo. Wm. Curtis Illustrated by Augustus

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