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Date: 1968 ca.
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: Dan bartending at Bill's Bar.
Description: George bartending at George's.
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...
Description: A derelict car overhangs a rocky and snow-bound bank of the Harlem River. Possibly a Ford Galaxie 500 circa 1963 [?]
Description: U.S. Army soldiers from Camp Upton, where they were undergoing training, marching in Washington's Birthday parade on Fifth Avenue, New York.
Date: 1933-10-19 before
Description: "A Night Above the Clouds" dinner menu, with a tipped-in infra-red photograph of the peaks around Mt. Everest on cream stock embedded with silver flecks. O...
Description: President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the rain during his presidential reelection campaign.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Portrait of Carrie Chapman Catt, activist and leader of the women's suffrage movement.
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: Slightly elevated view from street corner at Broadway and West 50th Street of the Rivoli Theater in Times Square when it was screening the movie "Foreign C...
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: Two construction workers take a break at the side of the building of the World Trade Center.
Description: "For months Miss Storey has been driving a war ambulance in the streets of New York--a work no less valuable than handling one behind the Flanders lines. A...
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: E.S. Dumble (left), office manager, sits behind a desk in an office at International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch while W.H. Lorenz, cashier, sits be...
Description: A sign shows a smiling Native American man holding a rye bread sandwich in an advertisment for Levy and Sons Bakery of New York, New York. The man is weari...
Description: Students from the U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School perform practical experiments for the chemistry phase of their course. The officer in charge of th...
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.
Description: Men repair International trucks on the service floor of International's New York Manhattan truck branch.
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