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Description: A man unloads a bound stack of newspapers from the back of an International D-2 panel truck owned by "The Sun" newspaper.
Description: The class of U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School Pharmacists' Mates-to-be is introduced to the skeleton of the human body as part of their studies of an...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A boy looking through a pay binocular stand in Battery Park. Graffiti makes the device seem to smile and young trees grow in the background.
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Construction workers on the World Trade Center steel framework.
Description: International S-speed truck owned by Quality Laundry Service, Inc. parked on a street. The company served restaurants, hotels and individual households.
Description: Workers entering the construction area for the World Trade Center at the start of the work day.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., about the time he founded "La Follette's Magazine."
Description: Two men sit in conversation on a low wall beside a watery expanse of the Hudson River. They are are hunched against the cold and pier pilings form the the...
Description: Flock of birds in snow-covered Tompkins Square Park located in East Village.
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.
Date: 1932 ca.
Description: Children boarding an International A-3(?) school bus as the driver stands by. The bus served the Fieldston-Riverdale apartments in New York.
Description: A girl stands on at the top of some stairs in United Nations Plaza and looks down onto the paved and fenced park. The decorative metal fencing makes geome...
Description: Memebers of the Milwaukee Braves professional baseball team receive complementary gifts at the New York World's Fair.
Description: Small groups of men in suits sit around tables in folding chairs playing cards in a sunny parking lot. A bridge stretches into the distance above the card...
Description: Close-up of "Let Us Beat Swords into Plowshares," a sculpture by Yevgeniy Vuchetich donated to the United Nations by the Soviet Union. The sculpture shows...
Description: Factory worker lining up outside an armored International truck to pick up their pay. The truck was owned by the New York City Department of Finance. A gua...
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...
Description: Color advertising poster for International industrial power equipment showing a crawler tractor (TracTracTor) excavating the site of the World's Fair. Inc...
Description: A woman standing in front of closed stalls on Coney Island. The framework for the Devil's Pit roller coaster rises in the background behind dilapidated si...
Description: Close-up of a wall with graffiti showing a hand-made poster that reads, "O Happy State when souls each other draw, When Love is Liberty and Nature Law." B...
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