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Description: Dan bartending at Bill's Bar.
Date: date unknown
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 an a...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A boy in a short coat stands in front of a brick wall in a debris-strewn alley at East 102nd Street.
Description: African American workman filling an International Model "63" coal and ice truck. The truck was owned by George Jaekel & Son Coal and Ice Company based in...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: View of the construction of the World Trade Center from a nearby parking lot.
Description: Front and back covers of a brochure titled "The Great Forces Shaping Our Future" for the National Public Relations Conference of November 5-7.
Description: A defunct storefront with a man sitting inside and posters taped in the window. One poster depicts a woman posing in a wet shirt and the other advertises...
Description: An aerial view of the campus and stadium. The stadium is in the foreground and steps lead up to several Pantheon-like buildings, including St. Paul's Chap...
Description: Engraved, full-length, seated portrait of Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy from 1861-1869.
Description: The front window of Farrell's Cafe in Washington Heights from the street. Beer advertisements for Guinness, Rheingold and Balantine hang in the window belo...
Description: Cover of "Rat Subterranean News", an underground newspaper, featuring Hubert Humphrey dressed as a police officer wearing a gas mask and a tie around his n...
Description: International S-speed truck owned by Quality Laundry Service, Inc. parked on a street. The company served restaurants, hotels and individual households.
Description: Farmall Cub tractor on display at Union Station. Signs advertise "The new! Farmall Cub; designed to mechanize America's small, family-size farms" and the p...
Description: Interior view of sitting room decorated in art deco style with a light fixture, upholstered chairs, patterned carpet, patterned curtains, an embroidered ot...
Description: View from a stone archway of "Lourdes of America," a shrine of the resurrection of Christ in the Bronx. Two statues of men and two kneeling angels are vis...
Description: Medical inspection of immigrants at Ellis Island.
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: 1922 ca.
Description: Costumed students stand outdoors to act in a pageant celebrating the founding of the College of Mount Saint Vincent. The school was founded in 1847 by the...
Description: A aerial view of the campus, with the largest brick and stone buildings visible in the center. Trees border the structures and people are walking on paths...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Henry Harris, wearing a double-breasted suit, tie, and tie pin.
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