Note the sharply dressed young men and women, and the black police officer on the right:
Careful observation will likely tell you where this photo was taken. The most obvious clue is that we’re near a subway stop, even if the signage is markedly different from contemporary signage:
The most powerful clues, however, are embedded in the image below. Note the street sign, likely saying 125th Street. Also the church steeple to the left of the gentleman looking into the distance. That church is at 123/Lenox, and if you look carefully below the (1)25 ST you might be able to make out “…NOX AV”
Thus, the large building in the background – on the corner – is where Whole Foods currently resides.
If you want to vote early, today’s your day. Make sure to check your early polling place as this frequently differs from your normal election day site.
If you have time on Tuesday to volunteer, many campaigns are looking for people to hand out literature, rally support, or wave signs.
Yesterday, the Kristin Jordan team noted that any/all help would be appreciated on Tuesday at 134th and Lenox. But whatever candidate/s you support would likely love to have a few extra hands, so please reach out to their campaigns and help get Harlem to the polls.