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Date: 1906-11-19 before
Description: One-page supper menu from Café Martin, with a watercolor illustration by Louis Renault of a man and a woman walking down the sidewalk arm-in-arm, a driver...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the roof garden at the Central Club for Nurses, completed in 1916 by architects Parish and Schroeder. The Central Club for Nurses was built for th...
Description: One of the two towers of the World Trade Center during construction.
Description: Cover of a promotional brochure for the 1964 New York World's Fair. Artwork on the cover shows a family with two young children, as well as other fairgoers...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a metal doorway in the East Village with multiple handmade posters and graffiti proclaiming a strike.
Description: The front window of Ratner's Dairy Restaurant on Second Avenue showing displayed pastries inside and the reflection of buildings and pedestrians on the str...
Description: Rear view of onlookers observing the construction of the World Trade Center towers.
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: An interior view of the library of the Central Park Officers' House. Seven men read in wooden and wicker chairs and decorative lighting hangs from the cei...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Crane at the World Trade Center construction site.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Protesters demonstrating for women's rights parade up and down Fifth Avenue. They had previously been arrested at the White House.
Description: Interior of the guest dining room of the Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's.
Description: Interior view of sitting room decorated in art deco style with a light fixture, upholstered chairs, patterned carpet, patterned curtains, an embroidered ot...
Description: Exterior view of the International Motor Truck branch in Manhattan. A man stands on the sidewalk outside the building; a sign advertises "International Tr...
Description: A view of the altar and seating areas, taken from the center aisle. The altar is covered with an ornamented textile and is contained in an apse with a poi...
Description: Interior view of the Morris-Jumel Mansion which served, at different times, as headquarters to both forces during the Revolutionary war. This view of the...
Description: A man and a woman (with a beehive hairstyle) observe the construction of the World Trade Center towers.
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: Close-up of a graffiti painted wall that reads, "Pill" and "Only Revolution Ends War!" framed by hammer and sickles.
Description: A man is driving a construction truck in the shadow cast by what appears to be an elevated highway. A sign for the "Broookly Battery Tunnel" is on one of t...
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