Visit SoHo's treasure, the largest surviving collection of cast iron architecture anywhere. Starting in NoLita, exploring the first St. Patricks Cathedral and its fortified cemetery, then visiting New York's first pizza oven and calling on Emma Goldman, the celebrated radical publisher of the 1910's. Visit some unusual art galleries and find the well where Elma Sands, the "Ghost of Spring Street", was drowned in 1799. The itinerary also includes the store where Mrs. Lincoln shopped for White House China, an intact nineteenth century working man's saloon and the notorious Civil War-period red-light district along Mercer and Green Streets, finishing just in time for a late lunch at any of a number of wonderful SoHo and NoLita restaurants. Don't miss some secret spots SOuth of HOuston - the SoHo you didn't know.