Greenwich Village & Washington Square-Related Items | Your Purchase Supports WSP Blog

Hi readers, I have put together a collection of items related to Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village, and public space via Amazon. If you purchase these products through these affiliate links, Washington Square Park Blog gets a commission. Your support, as always, is appreciated.

It was fun putting this collection together. I hope you enjoy it. (If you are seeing this early, I will add in descriptions…)

-Cathryn, WSP Blog, December 15, 2017

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Jane Jacobs: The Death and Life of Great American Cities, classic book:

It Happened on Washington Square, Emily Kies-Folpe great information about the history of the park (book published pre-redesign, 2002):

William James Glackens, Portrait Washington Square, 20″ x 25″ Canvas Print:

Drawing a Circle in the Square: Street Performing in New York’s Washington Square Park (book, 2010):

The Arch:

Washington Square, Henry James’ famous book:

“Sounds of the Washington Square Park Fountain” (MP3 audio file) by Dreaming Sound:

The Village: 400 Years of Beats and Bohemians, Radicals and Rogues, a History of Greenwich Village book by John Strausbaugh (2014):

A Freewheelin’ Time: A Memoir of Greenwich Village in the Sixties, book by Suze Rotolo (2009):

OPI Nail Polish, “Green-wich Village” … If I was going to wear nail polish, it would be “5-free” and I don’t know if I would have chosen green for the Village – but see what they did…? Green-wich. It’s sort of a cool color.

Inside Llewyn Davis, film by Joel & Ethan Coen: “An aspiring singer-songwriter navigates the 1960s folk-music scene in New York City’s Greenwich Village.”

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