by Benjamin Sutton, at Dec. 17, 2010, 1:38 a.m.
Walking tour stop name: 147 West 4th Street: Polly's Restaurant, John Reed Home
Associated walking tour: Literary Greenwich Village
Walking tour stop description: "Summer of 1917 Masses (originated in 1911) closed its offices charged with indictment for sedition. John Reed and others charged with conspiracy. Trials resulted in hung juries. Reed had been covering Russian Rev. He and Louise Bryant took apartment in Patchum Place. Reed wrote the articles that composed Ten Days That Shook the World in upstairs room at Polly Holladay's new restaurant at 147 W. 4th St."
The Italian eatery Ristorante Volar occupies the space that used to be Polly's in the semi-basement of 147 West 4th Street.
Walking tour stop location: POINT (-74.0005526673686944 40.7315728038453315)
Next walking tour stop: Southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and West 4th Street: The Golden Swan
Previous walking tour stop: 137 MacDougal Street: Polly's Restaurant and the Liberal Club
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