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Date: date unknown
Description: View of Y.W.C.A. (West 137th St.) reception lobby. View features a fireplace with artwork overhead, arched windows on both sides of the room, mirrors and a...
Description: Corinthian columns, a high coffered ceiling, a skylight, and a chandelier adorn the lavish interior of the National City Bank of New York. The bank was bu...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Construction worker standing near a safety sign at the World Trade Center construction site.
Description: Automobiles parked near the construction site of the World Trade Center.
Description: A demonstration of the war tax resistance taking place in Mid-Manhattan.
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: Two construction workers jackhammer through a sidewalk at the construction site of the World Trade Center.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of William H. Seward, Secretary of State under the Lincoln Administration.
Description: Detail of the framework of the World Trade Center during construction.
Description: Three-quarter length carte-de-visite portrait of Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, who was born on January 30, 1816 in Waltham, Massachusetts. He is wearin...
Description: Engraved vignetted carte-de-visite portrait Major General Henry Wager Halleck. In November 1861, President Lincoln appointed Halleck as a Major General and...
Description: Interior view of the Morris-Jumel Mansion which served, at different times, as headquarters to both forces during the Revolutionary war. This view of Wash...
Description: A business woman clutching her purse and a newspaper walks past a large portion of concrete with "One Man, One Job" painted on it. This is at the site of t...
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.
Description: A view of the facade and side of the cathedral, which has two belfry. The entrances are heavy and deep. Various people move in and out of the structure. Th...
Description: The top portion of construction on the World Trade Center, looking past a street lamp post and up into the network of cranes and metal.
Description: Construction workers with hard hats take a break while working on the construction of the World Trade Center.
Date: 1940 after
Description: A small dog stands beside a large statue (appears to be carved out of wood) advertising Pompy Cigars, outside of a drugstore.
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: A view of the Holland Tunnel, a tunnel for automobile traffic between New York City and New Jersey. A sign reads, "Don't sound horn."
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