135: Le Gendarme apartments; from 1897 to 1971, this was the Village's police station. In March 1970,
when police arrested 167 customers at The Snakepit, a gay bar on West 10th, they were brought here. One panicked patron,
Diego Vinales, leaped from a second-story window and impaled himself on a fence. He lived, but he became a cause celebre
that led to protests here against police harassment of the gay community.
131: The AIA Guide calls this 1834 landmarked house a "Federal gem."
129: Converted stable bears the name "H. Thalman."