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Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Construction site and foundation of the World Trade Center Towers.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: View of Manhattan from the Staten Island Ferry, with a couple standing in the foreground. The woman is wearing a leopard print coat, and seagulls wheel in...
Date: 1921 ca.
Description: Portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Ganna Walska, Polish opera singer, holding a cat. At the time this picture was taken, Ganna Walska was the "brid...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. At the start of the war Forrest enlisted as a private but was quickly pro...
Description: View of the long and narrow Lascoff's Pharmacy. The dispensary is located in the rear of the store. A small waiting area is directly across from the prescr...
Date: date unknown
Description: Medical inspection of immigrants at Ellis Island.
Description: A boy sitting on a bike on the other side of a street barrier. A pallet and a head board block off the street while a sign announces, "Street Closed--Fest...
Description: Portrait of Dickey Chapelle wearing a white shirt, white flight headgear and goggles.
Description: Sign outside the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair advertising a steak house, a beer garden, and the world's largest cheese. A portion of the pav...
Description: Docked fishing boats of various sizes on the Hudson River. In the foreground, a man sits reading a newspaper on The North Star.
Description: Portrait of legendary pharmacist Edward R. Squibb as a Navy surgeon.
Description: Two men load pieces of lumber onto the bed of an International D-40 truck owned by New York Lumber & Panel Company.
Description: A crowd is gathered around MGM's "trackless train" outside the Astor Theater where "The Big Parade" is showing. Also visible is a gigantic advertisement fo...
Description: Interior view of the Washington bedroom at the Van Cortlandt house featuring a canopied bed, a Dutch-style carved cradle, other carved furniture, and hangi...
Description: Portrait of the druggist J.N. Hegeman, who was the proprietor of several drugstores in New York City in the late 19th century. Hegeman was also once the se...
Description: U.S. Army soldiers from Camp Upton, where they were undergoing training, marching in Washington's Birthday parade on Fifth Avenue, New York.
Description: International Harvester showroom (possibly part of a dealership or branch house) in Manhattan. The showroom features an exhibit on an Attilio Gatti expedit...
Description: Interior of a restaurant and bar at Hotel Astor, built in 1904. Tables and chairs fill the room, and on the left wall, a fireplace with decorative art and...
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: A man loads a box onto the back of an International Harvester Model S truck used by Carl Ahlers, Incorporated. Another man sits in the cab of the truck.
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