by Benjamin Sutton, at Dec. 17, 2010, 1:11 a.m.
Walking tour stop name: Approx. 449 Sixth Avenue: Milligan Place
Associated walking tour: Literary Greenwich Village
Walking tour stop description: "Milligan Place, structure originally built in the early 1860s, probably as boarding houses, became the residences of the Bohemians. From 1913-17, George C. Cook who founded the Provincetown Players and his wife Susan Glaspell lived here. Eugene O'Neil spent two years here while he was working on Emperor Jones."
Image: "Milligan Place, Manhattan" (March 20, 1936) Berenice Abbott, New York Public Library Digital Gallery.
Walking tour stop location: POINT (-73.9986000192039199 40.7350198525671274)
Next walking tour stop: Approx. 111 West 10th St: Patchum Place
Previous walking tour stop: Northwest corner of Sixth Avenue and West 10th Street: Milligan Place and Patchin Place
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