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IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES [[line]] [[column 1]] BEAUTY PARLORS Bartleys - 1125 Fulton St. Lamae - 545 Classon Ave. Cloverleaf - 425 Gates Ave. Diddy's - 1518 Fulton St. Emma's - 1391 Fulton St. La. Roberts - 285 Grand Ave. Bogans - 1720 Fulton St. SCHOOLS OF BEAUTY CULTURE J. K. - 417 Tompkins Ave. Ritz - 1358 Fulton St. Theresa - 304 Livonia Ave. LONG ISLAND CORONA TAVERNS Big George - 106 Northern Blvd. Prosperity - 32-19 - 103rd St. FREEPORT NIGHT CLUBS Cotton Inn - 77 E. Sunrise Highway HEMPSTEAD TAVERNS Eddie's - 28 S. Franklin St. WESTBURY TAVERNS Josh's - 635 Union Ave. WESTCHESTER ELMSFORD TAVERNS Clarke, 91 Saw Mill River Road NEW ROCHELLE RESTAURANTS Betsy Ann, 442 North Ave. City Park, 521 5th Ave. Harris, 29 Morris St. Rogers, 50 Winyah Week's, 68 Winyah TAVERNS Bal-Mo-Ral, 56 Brook St. NIGHT CLUBS Sky Vue, Wingah & Brook St. BEAUTY PARLORS A. Berry, 50 DeWitts Pl. B. Miller, 8 Brook Ave. H. Johnson, 97 Winthrop Ave. Maion's, 108 Winthrop Ave. Ocie, 41 Rochelle Pl. Orchid, 57 Winyah Ave. BARBER SHOPS The Royal Salon, 4 Brook Ave. Field's - 66 Winyah Ave. PHARMACY Daniel's - 57 Winyah Ave. [[end column]] [[column 2]] MT. VERNON RESTAURANTS Dollie's - 160 So. 5th Ave. Friendship - 50 West 3rl St. TAVERNS Golden Lion - 162 So. 8th Ave. ROAD HOUSES Mohawk Inn, 142 S. 7th Ave. SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE Okeh - 24 West 3rd St. Orchid, 48 W. 3rd St. OSSINING BEAUTY PARLOR Leona's - 13 Hunter St. TARRYTOWN TAVERNS Bridge Rendezvous - 40 Cortland St. NORTH TARRYTOWN BARBER SHOPS Lemon's, Valley St. J. Brown, Valley St. BEAUTY PARLOR J. Prioleau, 88 Valley St. TUCKAHOE RESTAURANTS Major's, 48 Washington St. Butterfly Inn, 47 Washington St. BARBER SHOPS Al's, 144 Main St. BEAUTY PARLORS Shahana, 144 Main St. YONKERS ROAD HOUSES Peacock - 930 Central Park Ave. WHITE PLAINS RESTAURANTS Goody Shop, Brookfield St. Lloyd's - 88 Martine Ave. ROAD HOUSES Walnards - 81 Martine Ave. BEAUTY PARLORS Marie's, 94 Brookfield St. NEW YORK CITY HOTELS HOTEL CECIL 210 WEST 118th ST. El - Melrah - 21 West 135th St. Martha - 6 West 135th St. Garrett House - 314 West 127th St. Press - 23 West 135th St. [[page]]26[[page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK" [[line]] POINTS OF INTEREST IN NEW YORK CITY CITY HALL at Broadway, Park Row and Chambers Street. It is the seat of government of the great metropolis and can be visited by the public from 10 o'clock A. M. to 4 P. M. daily. CENTRAL PARK, which is the largest park in the city is located at 5th Avenue and Central Park West, 59th to 110th Streets. It contains 862 acres of which is water. It is 2 1/2 miles long and half a mile wide. It contains a Zoological Park and many play grounds. THE AQUARIUM, located at the Battery, can be reached by all subway and elevated lines. The exhibit includes all kinds of fish, both salt and fresh water also invertebrates. Open daily: hours 9 to 5 P. M. April to September, and 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. October to March. The admission is free. The New York Aquarium is probably the largest in the world and has the largest collection of fish. It contains 7 large pools and 144 glass fronted aquarias. COOPER UNION-MUSEUM FOR THE ARTS OF DECORATION, Cooper Square at 7th St., Open daily except Sundays, 10 - 5., evenings, Oct. 1 - 6:30 - 9:30 Except Saturdays and Sundays. Free. CLOISTERS, The Branch of Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fort Tyron Park. Hrs: 10 - 5., Sundays 1 - 6., Closed Christmas Morning. Free except Mon. and Fri. 25c. Hrs. 8 to dusk; Sundays and Holidays 10 to dusk; Library closed on Sat., July NEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK, Bronx Park - Hrs. 10 to dusk every day. Free except Mondays and Thursday Adults 25c, Children 15c. NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN, East of 200th St., and Webster Avenue. Hrs. March 1 to November 1, 10 to 5; November to March 1, 10 to 4:30. NEW YORK MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY, R. C. A. Bldg., Rockefeller Center. Hrs: 10 to 10 every day. Adults 25c., Children 10c. AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Central Park West at 79th St. Hrs: 9 to 5; Sunday 1 to 5. Free AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Broadway at 156th St. Hrs: 9 to 4:45 Closed Sundays and Holidays: and on Saturdays during the summer. MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, Fifth Avenue at 104th St. Hrs: 10 - 5, Sundays 1 - 5. Closed Tuesdays. Free except Mondays 25c. MUSEUM OF THE NUMISMATIC SOCIETY, Broadway between 155th - 156th Sts. Hrs: 2 - 5 Daily and Sundays. Closed July 16 to Sept., 1, Free. MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Heye Foundation, Broadway at 155th St. Hrs. 2 - 5. Closed Sundays, Holidays and through July and August. HAMILTON GRANGE, 287 Convent Avenue. Hrs: 10 - 5; Saturdays 10 - 1. Closed Sundays and Holidays. Free WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, 10 West 8th St. Hrs. Tuesday to Friday, 1 - 5; Saturday and Sunday 2 - 6. Closed Mondays and Midsummer Months. Reopens about September 15. Free PIERPONT MORGAN LIBRARY, 33 East 36th St. Hrs: Main Bldg., Tues. and Thusdays, 11 - 4; Exhibition Room, Daily 10 - 5. Closed Sundays, Holidays and July 1 to Sept. 7. Free. MUSEUM OF LIVING ART, Fifth Avenue at 82nd St. Hrs. - 10 - 5, Sundays 1 - 6., Closed Christmas Morning. Free except Mondays and Fridays. 25c. FRICK COLLECTION, 1 East 70th St. Hrs., Sundays and Holidays 1 - 5. Closed Mondays, Decoration Day, July 4th, Month of August and Christmas. Free. CONEY ISLAND, New York's own seaside recreation resort is ten miles from New York City. Here one will find bathing and all sorts of open air amusements BROOKLYN MUSEUM Eastern Parkway and Washington Avenue, Brooklyn. Hrs: 10 - 5., Sundays 2 - 6., Free except Mon. and Fri. Adults 25c Children 10c. BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN, 1000 Washington Ave., Brooklyn; Garden Hrs. 8 to dusk; Sundays and Holidays 10 to dusk; Library closed on Sat., July 15 - Sept. 15. Hrs; Mon. to Fri 9 - 5., Saturdays 9 - 12. Free. [[page]]27[[page]] [[end page]]
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