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Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Two different messages on a wall. One says: "Use Soap" and the other "Towey T..." In addition a small sign reads: "Marchi Makes Sense!"
Description: Olga M. Stankowitz, stenographer, E.O. Snider, credit and collection manager, and P.I. Brandjord, collection correspondent, sit around a desk in an office...
Description: Pete bartending at the Ship Ahoy.
Description: Alice in Dairyland, and two employees of Steve's Cheese, sample a piece of the World's largest cheese. The gigantic piece of cheese was part of Wisconsin's...
Description: Two men stand near a truck in the receiving room of International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch. The truck bears the text "Bickfords" and is parked ne...
Description: Color photograph of an Ace Carting Company truck with "Ace Excavators" on the front. The truck is on the site of the construction of the World Trade Center...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a motorcycle with a package lashed to the back is parked at the curb in Inwood Hill Park. Park goers are visible on the grassy hill in the back...
Description: A woman street vendor, in an embroidered jacket, sells pretzels on the street near the construction site of the World Trade Center.
Description: Deutschkron family (from left): Eva Lauffer Deutschkron, Edward (son), Martin (husband); Central Park.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A newsboy sells newspapers on the sidewalk while holding a stack of newspapers under his arm.
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: A man stands beside a truck in the new truck department on the third floor of International Harvester's Manhattan branch. Additional trucks are parked in t...
Description: Construction trailer and surrounding construction debris.
Description: Front view of the New Amsterdam Theatre (Theater), which advertises the 1925 Ziegfield Follies on its marquee and on street level the play "The Knife in th...
Description: Flock of birds in snow-covered Tompkins Square Park located in East Village.
Description: Exterior view of the International Motor Truck branch in Manhattan. A man stands on the sidewalk outside the building; a sign advertises "International Tr...
Description: A group of scouts enjoy a snack at picnic tables outside the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair. Each scout has a glass of milk and a young woman...
Description: Pete bartending at the Roxy Grill.
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: Andre bartending at John & Jean's.
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