PM, January 1, 1942, pp. 16-17 (Photos by Steven Derry, Martin Harris, Weegee and World Wide.)
PM Daily, January 2, 1945, p. 13
Boy, Were They Thirsty!
“Tavern [Old Village Restaurant] on ground floor of burning building is shelter for firemen overcome by smoke New Year’s Eve. Customers also had a hot time… Celluloid factory provides Fourth of July welcome for 1945…
They smelled no fumes but the divine fumes of alcohol. They heard no bells clanging but the happy bells in their brains… ‘Jeez! What a New Year! Boy!'”
PM Photos by Weegee
Weegee Daily, January 2, 2013
80 Greenwich Ave. is now a parking garage and the 3 Legged Dog theater company… a celluloid factory no more… we heard the happy bells on our iPods… on a quiet, cold New Year’s Day…
Weegee Daily Photos by Ceegee
PM Daily, January 1, 1942, p. 17
…The Celebrating Reached Over to 5th Avenue.
A 5th Ave. bus looked like this as the year changed over.
PM Photo by Weegee.