Grab yourself a couple mugs of dark ale and learn about the history of one of New York City’s oldest bars, serving everyone from Abraham Lincoln to John Lennon — and eventually even women!
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McSorley’s through the ages. Here’s one from 1937:
The outside from 1945
And McSorley’s today
Two of John Sloan’s most famous works, with McSorley’s as its subject:
Woody Guthrie hams it up by the coal burning stove.
Women win the right to vote: dark ale or light ale!