The Last Eccentrics of Greenwich Village

The epicenter of New York City's 1960s countercultural movement, the nonconforming tree-lined streets of Greenwich Village attracted nonconforming residents.

A place that once was a sort of Bohemia, a crucible for art, community, and rebellion. From the secret meetings of the Arch Conspirators to the riots at the Stonewall Inn, see Greenwich Village through a whole new lens.