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Description: Three men sitting in the cabs of International trucks loaded with lumber. They are sitting in a row outside of what appears to be a warehouse of the Indian...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Docked fishing boats of various sizes on the Hudson River. In the foreground, a man sits reading a newspaper on The North Star.
Description: Silhouette of a construction worker during the construction of the World Trade Center.
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: View of the construction of the World Trade Center from a nearby parking lot.
Description: Close-up of a poster attached to a dark wooden surface in the East Village with a layer of trash collected on the ground below. The poster features a blac...
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 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: Three men in hard hats, possibly architects, walking behind a fence at the World Trade Center construction site.
Description: A business man stands in a seafood store with a neon lobster sign. He is watching the construction of the World Trade Center through the window.
Description: Jack bartending at The Dizzy Club.
Description: O'Leary the barman with crewcut, at O'Leary's on the Bowery. An "Erin Go Bragh" sign is in the background.
Description: Lynn Fontanne, Sir Noel Coward, and Alfred Lunt seated at a table in the Pyrenees Restaurant after the Tony Awards presentations at which Lunt and Fontanne...
Description: Two businessmen watching the construction of the World Trade Center Tower.
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: Construction worker standing near a safety sign at the World Trade Center construction site.
Description: Construction begins of the Wisconsin Rotunda at the New York World's Fair. Principals of the project are standing in a group, and include Michael Pender, W...
Description: A worker examines a hanging haunch of meat in the wholesale meat market on Washington Street, while another worker stands in the background. Also in the ro...
Date: 1906-11-19 before
Description: One-page supper menu from Café Martin, with a watercolor illustration by Louis Renault of a man and a woman walking down the sidewalk arm-in-arm, a driver...
Description: Bill bartending at The Stonewall.
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...
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