If you’re thinking of living on Park Avenue

And it was the height of the Great Depression, you’d probably end up checking out these attractive rentals, advertised in August 17, 1935 issue of The New Yorker.

At just three or four rooms, these at 929 Park seem awfully cozy:


More than 40 blocks south, in exclusive Murray Hill, you can have seven rooms and a wood-burning fireplace:


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