An Oral History of Our Time - This is the extensive work being written by Joe Gould.
McSorley's - This is a saloon owned by Dorothy Kirwan and located on the first floor of a tenement on Seventh Street.
The Venice - This is the theater where Maizie Gordon works.
Captain Charley's Private Museum for Intelligent People - This is a museum home to such items as ragged stuffed animals, and old women seeking antiques were the most common customers.
Covenant Avenue - This is where Philippa Duke Schuyler lived with her parents.
South Bay - This is where the clam beds were located where Captain Clock was a buyer.
Isle of Hope - This is where Will Barbee had a terrapin farm.
Madame Visaggi's - This was a spaghetti house where a little girl was frightened by a lady named Peggy who had a birthmark.
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