Published: 14:45 BST, 25 December 2014 | Updated: 21:44 BST, 25 December 2014 The Tenement Museum on Manhattan's Lower East Side has long been known not only for its meticulously restored apartments that once housed immigrants, but also for its very strict 'no photo' policy. All that changed earlier this month when the venerable institution at 97 Orchard Street lifted the photography ban for one day only, allowing visitors to capture every nook and cranny of the.
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