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Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Shelves of souvenirs for sale in Battery Park. The neatly stacked and arranged trinkets include: models of the Empire State Building and the Statue of Libe...
Date: date unknown
Description: A street scene of early New York City. The image features a building-lined street, with people walking, riding horses, and riding in carriages. Also pict...
Date: 1950-11-27 before
Description: Front cover of the menu for a dinner given by Nazrollah Entezam, President of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly during its fifth session and leader...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Man with hard hat walking behind a fence, possibly an architect, at the construction site of The World Trade Center.
Description: Pete bartending at the Roxy Grill.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Henry Harris, wearing a double-breasted suit, tie, and tie pin.
Description: Pete bartending at the Ship Ahoy.
Description: Governor Warren Knowles helps to slice a wedge of cheese. Left to right: an unidentified Colonel; Dorothy Guidry Knowles; State Senator Gerald Lorge; Miss...
Description: A tugboat captain leans on a handrail and squints into the sun on a tug in the East River. Part of the wheelhouse is visible behind him.
Description: Jack bartending at The Dizzy Club.
Description: Small groups of men in suits sit around tables in folding chairs playing cards in a sunny parking lot. A bridge stretches into the distance above the card...
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: Two workmen in overalls and hardhats stand on a wooden walkway in the East River. The slick water-level walkway leads into a group of pilings and the back...
Description: Johnny bartending at the Press Club.
Description: Albert and Elsa Seipp Madlener pose for their portrait on the day of their son Otto's wedding to Virginia Wetmore at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine....
Description: A mechanic stoops to weld a part of an International truck in the welding and paint room of International's Manhattan truck branch.
Description: Men and women prepare to jump from diving boards into an indoor pool at London Terrace Hotel. Others sit on on the pool's edge near arched windows decorat...
Description: A man stands beside a truck in the new truck department on the third floor of International Harvester's Manhattan branch. Additional trucks are parked in t...
Description: Tom bartending at Sam's.
Description: Lynn Fontanne, Sir Noel Coward, and Alfred Lunt seated at a table in the Pyrenees Restaurant after the Tony Awards presentations at which Lunt and Fontanne...
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