5 Questions: PLEADING THE FIFTH

1 of 5
In the 1850s, a gentleman named Elisha Otis showcased what new invention at the World's Fair on New York's Fifth Avenue?
the reclining chair
the electric icebox
the alarm clock
the elevator
2 of 5
P.T. Barnum's Hippodrome opened at the north end of a Fifth Avenue park in 1871. The New York structure has been renovated many times since, and became famous by what name?
Carnegie Hall
Madison Square Garden
The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
Radio City Music Hall
3 of 5
In 1940, this New York store moved 20 streets uptown to a location at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. The new location was the first fully-air conditioned store. Name it.
Gimbel's
Saks Fifth Avenue
Tiffany & Co.
Bloomingdale's
4 of 5
In 1959, the Guggenheim Museum opened on Fifth Avenue to display the art collection of the late Solomon Guggenheim, who made his fortune trading in what commodity?
copper
oil
silk
diamonds
5 of 5
In 1853, the City of New York purchased 624 acres of land from Fifth Avenue to Eighth Avenue with the intention of developing it into ... what?
a racetrack
the new U.S. capital
a city park
a public housing project