When I get a bit spacey, I tend to browse random image collections available online at the Library of Congress. Today, I found this image of 28th Street and 7th Avenue from June 1936 taken by Dorothea Lange.

The photo shows the Northeast corner which today is the city’s worst Duane Reade (according to me). It’s interesting to note that 7th Avenue used to have a railcar and that the marble/stone base of this particular corner still exists at the Duane Reade location today. Isn’t history great? :)