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Description: Close-up view of a man with a briefcase as he walks on the sidewalk by the construction of the World Trade Center towers.
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: International truck parked in front of a Manhattan International motor truck service station.
Description: Rosser Reeves and Dwight D. Eisenhower leaving the Transfilm Building after filming fifty political spots in one day. (Rosser Reeves wearing glasses.) Eise...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: View of the construction of the World Trade Center from a nearby parking lot.
Description: Mechanics at work on trucks in the shop department of a Manhattan International motor truck service station. One of the trucks is a Greyhound bus.
Date: date unknown
Description: A portrait of a shoeshine boy, with a brick wall forming the backdrop. His clothes are tattered, and his work box rests on his left shoulder.
Description: Interior of the library at Amalgamated Clothing Workers' Cooperative Village, designed by the architects Springsteen & Goldhammer and completed in 1930. T...
Description: View of the construction of the World Trade Center from the churchyard at St. Paul's Chapel.
Description: View from the back of men observing the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: Kitchen workers at the Hotel Astor. Men standing around long wooden tables and an open window at the far end of the room where waiters would pass along foo...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a graffiti painted wall that reads, "Pill" and "Only Revolution Ends War!" framed by hammer and sickles.
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: Graffiti on an advertisement for the Plaza Theatre which reads, "They Must Die".
Description: Members from the U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School meet in the pharmaceutical laboratory where they checked medicinal products and learned to identify...
Description: Sketch of a memorial plaque, drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright, intended for the lobby of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The sketch includes notes writt...
Description: Young Dickey Meyer Chapelle poses in front of mantel wearing blouse and dress pants.
Description: Interior of the Brau Haus, a German-American Rathskeller. The view includes a counter, tables, and chairs, and decorative beer steins hang from the ceilin...
Description: Flock of birds in snow-covered Tompkins Square Park located in East Village.
Description: Stereographic view of a street in the “Five Points” slum district.
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