The mortar and pestles of a former city pharmacy — Ephemeral New York

Today, 1209 Lexington Avenue is the home of a Warby Parker store, part of the trendy national eyewear chain. But from 1899 to 2012, this was Lascoff Apothecary, a pharmacy on the corner at 82nd Street that was so old-school, they used to sell leeches. Lascoff’s was a New York pharmacy at its finest, the […]

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