Now we're in the start of the glory years; this is the angle the postcards will use for decades. The New York theater is gone, replaced by the International Casino. It was either built on the grave of the New York or incorporated parts of its structure into the new building; no one seems to know, and only rabid completists would seem to care.
On the corner of the Casino, "Whelan's" - a drug storethat appeared in 90% of the Times Square postcard for years.
Now, about that sign over the Casino . . .