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Description: Silent film star Pearl White behind the wheel of a 1915 Stutz Bearcat roadster with journalist George Vaux Bacon sitting beside her. The photograph was mad...
Description: Men unload trucks at the Railway Express Agency terminal at 11th Avenue and 42nd Street. The original caption reads: "Railway Express Agency terminal at 11...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: View from below of the bucket of a backhoe. In the background, the top of a building is visible.
Description: A construction worker wearing a red hard hat crouches next to an open manhole in the street.
Date: 1961 before
Description: James A. Aronson, editor and founder of the "National Guardian", a weekly progressive newspaper. Standing behind him is John T. McManus, a co-founder of th...
Description: Exterior view of neon Schmidt's Beer sign in a diner window, along with an arrangement of flowers.
Description: Former President Bill Clinton, in the center without a hardhat, touring conditions at Ground Zero a few days after 9/11. In the background is the Verizon b...
Description: Formal quarter-length studio portrait of Karl Paul Gerhardt Link with his pipe. He was a Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin and helpe...
Description: Brian Willson, Vietnam veteran who lost both legs during a demonstration in 1987, holds up his arm to give the peace sign to audience at a New York peace c...
Description: Rear view of two men in suits and hats viewing the progress of the construction of one of the World Trade Center towers.
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 pack of Marlboro cigarettes lays atop a sewer grate on a city street.
Description: An electric Schaefer Beer sign and a television near a window are visible from the inside of a bar.
Description: STP, Scientifically Treated Petroleum, a fuel additive, is advertised on a fender of an automobile.
Description: Engravings of the Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates from the Democratic, Republican and Know Nothing parties for the Tuesday, November 4th, 185...
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey at the 9/11 Ground Zero site viewing the damage to the World Trade Center. Behind Obey is the World Financial Center co...
Description: Former President Bill Clinton, in the hard hat on the right, with Wisconsin Congressman David Obey (left) and Florida Congressman Bill Young, the Republica...
Description: Graffiti on a green door reads, "Kuken was here." A Miller beer bottle is on the doorstep.
Description: Cranes are on the top of the steel support structures on both of the towers of The World Trade Center.
Description: Two construction workers wearing hardhats stand outside a storefront while on a break.
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