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Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Two women, one holding a bag and one pushing a baby carriage, walk together across the cobbled path of Carl Schurz park. An approaching pedestrian and the...
Description: View from below of two boys standing in a doorway opening of an abandoned brick building in the East Village.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Children boarding an International A-3(?) school bus as the driver stands by. The bus served the Fieldston-Riverdale apartments in New York.
Description: A woman sits surrounded by pigeons on a park bench in front of a stone building on FDR Drive.
Date: 1926-02-25 before
Description: Front cover and menu listing from the booklet printed for the Forty-ninth Annual Dinner of the American Paper and Pulp Association at the Waldorf Astoria H...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, also known as Washington's Headquarter's, built in 1765 by Colonel Roger Morriw and Mary Philipse. View includes can...
Description: A view down a wide corridor of Washington Irving High School, designed by the architect C.B.J. Snyder (1860-1945) and built in 1913.
Description: Silhouette of a construction worker and construction cranes at the World Trade Center.
Description: Close-up of a weathered stone facade with a framed sign that reads, "Mobilization for Youth, Youth Work Center, Centro de Trabajo Para Jovenes (16 a 21 ano...
Description: A crowd gathers before a parochial school during a flag-raising ceremony.
Description: Homestead Bank, a two-story stone and wood building, from across the street.
Description: A view of the lunch room of Washington Irving High School, designed by the architect C.B.J. Snyder (1860-1945) and built in 1913. LIghts hang from the high...
Date: 1890 after
Description: A view of the library's facade, taken from a path leading to the stone and brick building. Two paths intersect the main path and trees and shrubbery line...
Description: Close-up of a graffiti painted wall that reads, "Pill" and "Only Revolution Ends War!" framed by hammer and sickles.
Description: Two construction workers take a break at the side of the building of the World Trade Center.
Description: Exterior of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, founded in 1870. The building, completed in 1880, features neoclassical architecture. In front of the museum,...
Date: 1889-04-30 before
Description: Front cover and first two pages of the souvenir menu for the centennial of George Washington's inauguration at the Hotel Marlborough. The cover features a...
Description: Close-up of a metal doorway in the East Village with multiple handmade posters and graffiti proclaiming a strike.
Description: A man uses a chain pulley to lift what appears to be an engine in the service department on the second floor of International Harvester's New York truck br...
Description: Con Edison billboard for the World Trade Center. The sign reads "To meet the needs of the spectacular twin-towered World Trade Center we're strengthening y...
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