If you thought Sunday's 1954 Columbus Circle Photograph was special, wait until you check out this one…
Snapped sometime in 1907 by Geo. P. Hall & Son, this amazing stitched panorama of a century-old Columbus Circle is a fascinating peek into a New York long gone. Replaced by huge sports arenas, skyscrapers and shopping centers, there are no more tailors, cigar shops or horse supply shops anywhere near this part of the City.
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