Save for the pre-1930s telephone exchange (four digits!) and the old-school phrases like “to let,” this 1917 ad isn’t too far off from the kind that run today.
Doesn’t everyone who desires to live in Greenwich Village still want large rooms, fireplaces, balconies, as well as electricity and heat?
I only wish Pepe & Bro. listed prices!
The ad is from the NYPL Digital Gallery, and it originally ran in a publication called The Spectator.
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