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Description: John bartending at The Log Cabin.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: View of a barber in the West Village taking a nap on the fully reclined shop chair, seen through the shop's front window from the street.
Description: A worker examines a hanging haunch of meat in the wholesale meat market on Washington Street, while another worker stands in the background. Also in the ro...
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...
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.
Description: Silhouette of a construction worker and construction cranes at the World Trade Center.
Description: Jack bartending at The Place.
Description: Two construction workers take a break at the side of the building of the World Trade Center.
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: 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...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Spectators on the sidewalk observing the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: Manny bartending at The Strollers.
Description: Three rings of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus are shown being set up for a performance in New York's Madison Square Garden.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A newsboy sells newspapers on the sidewalk while holding a stack of newspapers under his arm.
Description: Close-up of a metal doorway in the East Village with multiple handmade posters and graffiti proclaiming a strike.
Description: Man with hard hat walking behind a fence, possibly an architect, at the construction site of The World Trade Center.
Description: Close-up view of jackhammer operator during the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: Truck at the construction site of the World Trade Center.
Description: Several businessmen converse with each other while observing the World Trade Center construction.
Description: A man unloads a bound stack of newspapers from the back of an International D-2 panel truck owned by "The Sun" newspaper.
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