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Today’s Throwback Thursday Tidbit:
1799: The City of New York sells a virgin tract (now bounded by Broadway and Sixth Avenue on the west, Madison Avenue on the east, 33rd Street on the south and 36th Street on the north) for $2,600 to John Thompson for farming. The Empire State Building currently stands on this piece of land.