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Description: Driver in an International delivery truck parked along the waterfront with the Queensboro Bridge in the background. The truck was owned by Joseph Victori &...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Three construction workers stand near a truck outside the office for the Sand Chapter of Mechanical Contractors at the construction site for the World Trad...
Description: General Douglas MacArthur rides in an open car during the ticker tape parade in his honor. MacArthur had just returned to the United States, having been re...
Description: A large coil of black electrical wire.
Description: Close-up of a red flag on a pole in front of a yellow tarp.
Description: A large puddle in a parking lot where two automobiles, a Corvair and a Volkswagen, are parked.
Description: Engravings of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates from the Democratic, Republican and Know Nothing parties for the Tuesday, November 4th, 185...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the "Russell 5" tugboat in the water near New York City. An American flag can be seen flying on the boat. "Russell 5" can be read on the vessel. Th...
Description: Large concrete pipes stacked outdoors.
Description: A male construction worker stands stands in a large hole directing another man who is using a backhoe.
Description: An International truck owned by E. Pritchard, Inc. makes a delivery to a loading dock at the company warehouse on a city street. The truck advertises Pride...
Description: A man walks through the construction for the World Trade Center. A reflection of the surrounding buildings is visible in the windows.
Description: Close-up of a handmade sign reading: "Baehm Paper Co. moved to 53 Murray St. Four blocks north, 212 CO-7 1893." Someone has added a graffiti swastika on th...
Description: Rear view of a construction worker wearing safety goggles on the back of his yellow hard hat. In the background is the steel framework of one of the towers...
Description: Farewell party for Cedric Belfrage of the "National Guardian" at the newspaper's office. Identified in the crowd is Paul Robeson, a longtime supporter of t...
Description: The front wheel and handlebars of a tricycle lays in the dirt.
Description: View from below of the bucket of a backhoe. In the background, the top of a building is visible.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (right) and Florida Congressman Young tour the destruction at the World Trade Center with an FBI guide a few days after...
Description: Upper portion of the facade of an old, run-down building. Faded letters frame an old window or door say: "City of New York / Dept. of Docks."
Description: View of a rundown brick wall with piles of wooden debris on the ground in front of it.
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