Patchin Place is a dead-end little alleyway in which it's original buildings were created for the staff of nearby hotel, thereafter it was known to be inhabited by famous writers, authors such as E.E. Cummings, Theodore Dreiser and John Cowper Powys. This small alley is a popular stop for those on New York City tours of literature haunts. Today, it is now home to affluent medical practitioners and psychiatrists, but the quiet picture still looks the same with gas lamps of antiquity hanging on the wall.
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