Edgar Allan Poe’s haunted walks on High Bridge — Ephemeral New York

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Like so many other New Yorkers, Edgar Allan Poe was known to take long, contemplative walks. After he moved from a farmhouse in today’s Upper West Side to a wooden cottage in rural Fordham (below), Poe regularly journeyed across the High Bridge, opened in 1848, two and a half miles from his home. A graceful […]

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