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Place Explorer: Chelsea

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339 W. 29th St. Chelsea Manhattan Former home of prominent abolitionists
348 W. 23rd St. Chelsea Manhattan Site of photographer Don Snyder's studio
Casa Moneo (former) Chelsea Manhattan Legendary and beloved emporium of foods and cooking accessories from Latin America, now closed
General Theological Seminary Chelsea Manhattan An Episcopal educational institution
High Line (formerly High Line Elevated Railroad) Chelsea Manhattan Manhattan's first and only elevated all-freight rail service, now an innovative park
International Longshoremen Assoc. Union Hall, Local 791 (former) Chelsea Manhattan Headquarters of seamen's labor union, later home of the Sanford Meisner Theater
Kleinfeld Bridal Chelsea Manhattan Historically significant wedding emporium featured on television
Latin American Coffee Shop (former) Chelsea Manhattan Restaurant that served Latin American and classic American diner food
Longshoremen's Rest Chelsea Manhattan A seamen's sanctuary between shape-ups
Manhattan Village Academy Chelsea Manhattan School designed by architect Beverly Willis
Marcel Duchamp's Studio (former) Chelsea Manhattan Dada artist's Chelsea studio where he created Étant donnés
McBurney YMCA Chelsea Manhattan A jewel in the city's YMCA system
National Biscuit Company Factory (former, now Chelsea Market) Chelsea Manhattan A former factory, now reused as Chelsea Market
Nontraditional Employment for Women Chelsea Manhattan Women's workforce development center
Seamen's Y Chelsea Manhattan Sanctuary for seamen
St. Vincent de Paul Church Chelsea Manhattan Church with a 150 year legacy of interracial and inter-ethnic respect and understanding
Stained glass window Chelsea Manhattan A physical fragment from an old saloon
Unity Book Center (former) Chelsea Manhattan Activist bookstore
Venus Mural Chelsea Manhattan Public art that has graced prison facade since 1970