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Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Docked fishing boats of various sizes on the Hudson River. In the foreground, a man sits reading a newspaper on The North Star.
Description: Sign outside the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair advertising a steak house, a beer garden, and the world's largest cheese. A portion of the pav...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of the museum building of the New York Botanical Garden. Completed in 1901, the entrance hall features columns and a staircase that meets a large...
Description: Reception room and general offices on the second floor of International Harvester's New York Manhattan truck branch. Large photographs of men at work in In...
Description: Close-up of tools on the back of a tar wagon on West 181st Street. Tar soaked brooms glisten in the sun and a pot of tar loosely covered with a hub cap si...
Description: A woman sits on the grass reading next to a baby carriage in Fort Tyron Park. A brush-covered hill surmounted by a square tower rises in the background.
Description: A defunct storefront with a man sitting inside and posters taped in the window. One poster depicts a woman posing in a wet shirt and the other advertises...
Description: View of the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair under construction. The steel frame of the building is visible behind a sign for Thatcher Construct...
Description: Workers, cranes and International trucks excavating area for future New York City subway.
Description: Advertising piece from a New York convention of the Dancing Masters of America. Featured are DM of A master faculty: Judith Ann Sproule and F.W. Kehl (walt...
Date: 2006-11-23 before
Description: One-page menu for a five-course Thanksgiving dinner at The Beard House prepared by L’Etoile, with the restaurant logo and a background head and shoulders i...
Description: Stereograph of Union infantry standing in front of a slave dealer's shop.
Description: A trio of pharmacists consult one another about a prescription order.
Description: Seated carte-de-visite portrait of Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, who was born on January 30, 1816 in Waltham, Massachusetts. Prior to the Civil War he...
Description: From left to right: Sir William Beveridge, author of the British "Cradle to the Grave" social security plan, and Arthur J. Altmeyer, Chairman of the Social...
Description: Interior of the bar room at Hotel Astor, built in 1904. Waiters, bartenders, and patrons stand around the bar, decorated in the Old World style.
Description: Group portrait of the girls living at Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, established in 1817 as the Roman Catholic Benevolent Society. The girls gather around a...
Date: 1926-10-04 ca.
Description: International armored bus parked outside the National City Bank of New York. Armed guards stand on either side of the truck and one is stepping out holdin...
Description: A construction worker wearing a yellow hardhat looks up at the bottom portion of the World Trade Center.
Date: 1861-04-20 ca.
Description: Elevated stereograph view of the Great Union Meeting at the New York City Union Square.
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