Polly's Restaurant, 1910

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Polly's Restaurant, 1910

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"When life is very strenuous and spirits are way down you'd better go to Polly's in Little Greenwich Town.  For there the clans are gathered - its there you'll find 'em all.  The artists and writers ringed along the wall.  Miss Polly takes the money and Mike says he just can't wait any faster on the folks in Polly's Res-tau-rant.  Greenwich Village, New York"

Photograph: Jessie Tarbox Beals

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Photograph from the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.