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120 examples of harlem in sentences

125th | | St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton St., Brooklyn; | |

125th St. | | and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton St., Brooklyn; Depots | | foot of Chambers Street, and foot of 23rd St., New York; No. | | 3 Exchange Place, and Long Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the | | Agents at the principal hotels, travelers can obtain just | | the Ticket they desire, as well as all the necessary | | information.

125th St. and Third Avenue Harlem; 338 | | Fulton St. Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street, and | | foot of 23rd St, New York; No. 3 Exchange Place, and Long | | Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the Agents at the principal | | hotels, travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as | | well as all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue Harlem; 338 | | Fulton St. Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street, and | | foot of 23rd St, New York; No. 3 Exchange Place, and Long | | Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the Agents at the principal | | hotels, travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as | | well as all the necessary information.

When standing in Printing House Square, your destination being Grand Street Perry or Bleecker Street, if a stranger asks whether you are going to Harlem, nod, as it is considered improper to answer in the negative.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 | | Fulton St., Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street, and | | foot of 23rd St., New York; No. 3 Exchange Place, and Long | | Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the Agents at the principal | | hotels, travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as | | well as all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue Harlem; 338 | | Fulton St. Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street, and | | foot of 23rd St, New York; No. 3 Exchange Place, and Long | | Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the Agents at the principal | | hotels, travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as | | well as all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 | | Fulton St., Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street, and | | foot of 23rd St., New York; No. 3 Exchange Place, and Long | | Dock Depot, Jersey City, and the Agents at the principal | | hotels, travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as | | well as all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

"If she hadn't bought a twenty-five cent pup for two dollars," remarked the Major, "she might have brought home an orphan from the gutters, or a litter of tomcats, or one of the goats that eat the tin cans at Harlem.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn: Depots foot of Chambers Street, and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

Fifteen years before some of Minuet's men murdered an Indian belonging to a tribe seated beyond the Harlem River.

It's fine out Harlem way, an' the cold'll make you feel good.

Two young fellows were monkeying around the machine, and as they were nice-looking chaps I gave them the furtive glance, and one of them stopped and asked me if he hadn't been introduced to me in the Harlem Casino.

I told him that I had never met him in the place he had mentioned, but to let it go at that, and if he even knew where Harlem was it was introduction enough.

That's the only time the title shows up except a duet between the leading lady and the tenor entitled 'I Had Rather be a Doughnut in Harlem Than a Butter Cake in Childs'.'

The weather was all to the good the other afternoon, so we hike up to Harlem and collar the ship, six of us, and, after loading a bunch of bottled ballast on board, we started out.

We got fairly well fixed up by the time we got down to where we had to go to get the rest of our stuff and when we once again touched mother earth and the captain of the boat had touched us we took it on the run for a cafe, and let me tell you the market price on hot drinks closed strong in Harlem that night.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

He made his way up the Harlem River, where he was joined by Putnam, who also had contrived to escape with four thousand men, and strongly intrenched himself at King's Bridge.

Washington waited a few days at Harlem Plains planning a descent on Long Island, and resolved on making a desperate stand.

About an hour later, after he had been introduced to the head of the delivery division, he was on his way up town beside a driver of one of the wagons on the Harlem route.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

125th St. and Third Avenue, Harlem; 338 Fulton | | St., Brooklyn; Depots foot of Chambers Street and foot of | | 23d St., New York; and the Agents at the principal hotels, | | travelers can obtain just the Ticket they desire, as well as | | all the necessary information.

She then proceeded to sketch out for me her plans for making her Coffee Cellar and herself a Local Institution, which should lure hopeful seekers for Bohemia from the far parts of Harlem and Jersey City, and even such outer realms of darkness as New Haven and Cohoes.

The weather had been growing colder steadily, and greatly to their surprise the travelers learned that in all probability Harlem River was frozen, and grave doubts were expressed by mine host of the inn whether the ladies could gain their journey's end without much discomfort and exposure.

The famous hostelry known as King's Bridge Inn was upon the highway going up the Hudson, where Spuyten Duyvil Creek ran down to Harlem River, and many a rendezvous and intrigue had been carried on within its low, wide rooms since the Colonies had declared their independence of British rule.

They say he was in the battle of Harlem Lane, and beat the rally for our troops when Knowlton fell.

" Out on Bowery Lane and away up in Harlem, over King's Bridge, with measured step and triumphant hearts the Continentals were entering the city.

There was no regular way open for him to prove this, as the gentlemen of the Harlem boat-clubs, under whose auspices the annual races were given, called him a professional, and would not swim against him.

He had selected the place he meant to swim fora green bank below a row of new tenements, a place where a few bushes still stood, and where the boys of Harlem hid their clothes when they went in swimming.

The Bloomingdale Road and Harlem Lane, two famous trotting-courses, where several hundred famously fast horses may be seen at the top of their speed any fine afternoon, both touch an entrance to the Park.

The same street car would land them a short distance from their homes, which were modest flats in the cheapest portion of Harlem.

Why, I've just come from that very locality, and it's way up in Harlem.

It is difficult to conjecture what the form of the old Roman ballad may have been, and certain, that whatever they were, they could no more satisfy the aesthetic requirements of modern culture, than an ear accustomed to the great organs of Freyburg or Harlem could relish Orpheus's hurdy-gurdy, although the airs which Orpheus played, if they could be recovered, might perhaps be executed with great effect on the more perfect instrument.

This stupendous work consists of a covered way seven feet broad and eight feet and a half high; in its course it has to pass through sixteen tunnellings, forming an aggregate of nearly 7000 feet; to cross the river Harlem by a bridge 1450 feet long and 114 feet above tide water, and to span various valleys.

Far in the east the Harlem River lies like a sheet of dazzling silver, dotted with boats; every skylight, every point of glass or metal on the roofs, flashes in the sun, and, gazing down from that corner in the sky, one sees the visible morning hymn of the citya drift from thousands of house chimneys of delicate unraveling skeins of white-blue smoke lifting from those human dwellings like aerial spirits.

I'm so glad we've got that old place on the Harlem stored with all this beautiful array.

Because of my intense dislike of the modern means of street transportation, I have kept on walking ever since the time that your father and I footed it from Washington Park to Van Cortlandt Manor, through the muskrat marshes whereon the park plaza now stands, up through the wilds of the future Central Park, McGowan's Pass, and northwestward across the Harlem to our destination.

The Future American Superstitions and Folk-Lore of the South Charles W. Chesnutt's Own View of His New Story, The Marrow of Tradition The Disfranchisement of the Negro The Courts and the Negro Post-BellumPre-Harlem Chronology Note on the Texts Not

SEE Harlem shadows.

R56275. HARLEM SHADOWS

SEE Harlem shadows.

Negro life in New York's Harlem.

Negro life in New York's Harlem.

Home to Harlem.

George Wylie Henderson (A); 25Sep59; R242739. Midnight in Harlem.

Harlem calling.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

SEE HOCKING, WILLIAM E. HARLEM, MARY.

Harlem gangleader.

Night funeral in Harlem.

(In Harlem quarterly, winter 1949-50) ยฉ 18Nov49; B226304.

SEE Harlem shadows.

R56275. HARLEM SHADOWS

SEE Harlem shadows.

Negro life in New York's Harlem.

Negro life in New York's Harlem.

Home to Harlem.

Home to Harlem.

George Wylie Henderson (A); 25Sep59; R242739. Midnight in Harlem.

Harlem calling.

Harlem literati in the twenties.

Harlem: Negro metropolis.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

Shakespeare in Harlem.

SEE HOCKING, WILLIAM E. HARLEM, MARY.

Mary Harlem (C of A. E. Phelps); 9Jun71; R507082.

Harlem gangleader.

Night funeral in Harlem.

(In Harlem quarterly, winter 1949-50) ยฉ 18Nov49; B226304.

I often met colored people coming from the country in the Harlem cars; but I never afterward knew one to enter from the streets of the city.

At the morning board Pacific Mail fell 3 1/2, New York Central 1/4, Hudson River 1/4, Harlem preferred 1/2, Illinois Central 3/4. . . .

The Lynching If We Must Die To the White Fiends The Harlem Dancer Harlem Shadows After the Winter Spring in New Hampshire The Tired Worker The Barrier To O. E. A Flame-Heart Two-an'-Six JOSEPH S. COTTER, JR.

The Lynching If We Must Die To the White Fiends The Harlem Dancer Harlem Shadows After the Winter Spring in New Hampshire The Tired Worker The Barrier To O. E. A Flame-Heart Two-an'-Six JOSEPH S. COTTER, JR.

Take, for example, the phases rising out of life in Harlem, that most wonderful Negro city in the world.

I do not deny that a Negro in a log cabin is more picturesque than a Negro in a Harlem flat, but the Negro in the Harlem flat is here, and he is but part of a group growing everywhere in the country, a group whose ideals are becoming increasingly more vital than those of the traditionally artistic group, even if its members are less picturesque.

I do not deny that a Negro in a log cabin is more picturesque than a Negro in a Harlem flat, but the Negro in the Harlem flat is here, and he is but part of a group growing everywhere in the country, a group whose ideals are becoming increasingly more vital than those of the traditionally artistic group, even if its members are less picturesque.

He demonstrates mastery of the three when as a Negro poet he pours out the bitterness and rebellion in his heart in those two sonnet-tragedies, "If We Must Die" and "To the White Fiends," in a manner that strikes terror; and when as a cosmic poet he creates the atmosphere and mood of poetic beauty in the absolute, as he does in "Spring in New Hampshire" and "The Harlem Dancer."

THE HARLEM DANCER Applauding youths laughed with young prostitutes And watched her perfect, half-clothed body sway; Her voice was like the sound of blended flutes Blown by black players upon a picnic day.

HARLEM SHADOWS I hear the halting footsteps of a lass In Negro Harlem when the night lets fall Its veil.

HARLEM SHADOWS I hear the halting footsteps of a lass In Negro Harlem when the night lets fall Its veil.

Ah, heart of me, the weary, weary feet In Harlem wandering from street to street.

The Dead Fires Death Song, A Debt, The Del Cascar Dogwood Blossoms Dream and the Song Drum Majah, De Dunbar Dusk Song Feet of Judas, The Fifty Years Flame-Heart Harlem Dancer, The Harlem Shadows Haunted Oak, The Heart of a Woman, The Hills of Sewanee, The Hog Meat If We Must Die Indignation Dinner, An In the Matter of Two Men Ironic: LL.D. Is It Because I Am Black?

The Dead Fires Death Song, A Debt, The Del Cascar Dogwood Blossoms Dream and the Song Drum Majah, De Dunbar Dusk Song Feet of Judas, The Fifty Years Flame-Heart Harlem Dancer, The Harlem Shadows Haunted Oak, The Heart of a Woman, The Hills of Sewanee, The Hog Meat If We Must Die Indignation Dinner, An In the Matter of Two Men Ironic: LL.D. Is It Because I Am Black?

The signal was given from the Harlem shore for the institution's boat.

The tax rolls, which are the best possible evidence, show that he has ten lots in Harlem, with a cottage tenement on each of them, and several acres now rented to German gardeners in the Twelfth Ward.

At Harlem plains he was the attacking party.

A man may visit Madrid without imitating Velasquez; he may live in Harlem without consciously yielding to Franz Hals; he may spend days with Monet without surrendering his independence; but these strong contacts will work their subtle effects upon all impressionable natures; the effects, however, may be wrought unconsciously and frequently against the sturdy opposition of an original nature.

Help!" cried an Italian laborer near the mud flats of the Harlem river.