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Description: Two construction workers take a break at the side of the building of the World Trade Center.
Description: Print of a color drawing of the Wisconsin Pavilion in the New York World's Fair executed by the architect, John Steinmann. The rendering is of an elevated...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of tools on the back of a tar wagon on West 181st Street. Tar soaked brooms glisten in the sun and a pot of tar loosely covered with a hub cap si...
Date: date unknown
Description: A portrait of a shoeshine boy, with a brick wall forming the backdrop. His clothes are tattered, and his work box rests on his left shoulder.
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Two businessmen watching the construction of the World Trade Center Tower.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A professor checks the progress of several female students in a pharmaceutical laboratory course.
Description: Advertising piece from a New York convention of the Dancing Masters of America. Featured are DM of A master faculty: Judith Ann Sproule and F.W. Kehl (walt...
Description: Pictured are the members of the U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School heading to their pharmacy course in the Columbia University College of Pharmacy buil...
Description: Portraits of several New York College of Pharmacy faculty members from 1886: W. DeF Day, P.W. Bedford, C.F. Chandler, C.W. Parsons, Joseph Schrenk.
Description: Shelves of souvenirs for sale in Battery Park. The neatly stacked and arranged trinkets include: models of the Empire State Building and the Statue of Libe...
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: The front of a pawnshop in the East Village showing windows full of merchandise such as guitars and watches above large signs which proclaim, "Loans." A c...
Description: Bill bartending at The Stonewall.
Description: A.A. Allers (left), service station clerk, M.M. Timmons, service station clerk assistant, and F. E. Lee, service station foreman, work at desks in an offic...
Description: Waist-up engraved portrait of General Ambrose Burnside.
Description: A surveyor conducts work at the construction of the World Trade Center. He is at work before the building located at 210 Washington Street.
Description: Flock of birds in snow-covered Tompkins Square Park located in East Village.
Description: Interior of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, also known as Washington's Headquarter's, built in 1765 by Colonel Roger Morriw and Mary Philipse. View includes can...
Description: Two passengers stand over a bench and look out of the ferry towards the water. The developed shoreline and a pier with a seagull perched on top can be see...
Description: A sign shows a smiling choir boy holding a rye bread sandwich in an advertisment for Levy and Sons Bakery of New York, New York. The boy is wearing an alta...
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