|Washington Square Arch with Empire State Building in the Background, 1967|
When we went into Manhattan most times, we had to dress up, which meant wearing a skirt. In the late-'50s and early-'60s, that also meant wearing white gloves! But going to Greenwich Village meant we could dress more informally than in midtown Manhattan to take in the holiday show at Radio City Music Hall or to visit a museum uptown. It meant we could wear jeans and sneakers!
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