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Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A man in a sweater vest, wool pants and eyeglasses sits in the sun on the pier reading. Gently rippling water fill most of the photograph while the foregr...
Description: Two workmen in overalls and hardhats stand on a wooden walkway in the East River. The slick water-level walkway leads into a group of pilings and the back...
Description: A tugboat captain leans on a handrail and squints into the sun on a tug in the East River. Part of the wheelhouse is visible behind him.
Description: A boy sitting on a bike on the other side of a street barrier. A pallet and a head board block off the street while a sign announces, "Street Closed--Fest...
Description: A derelict car overhangs a rocky and snow-bound bank of the Harlem River. Possibly a Ford Galaxie 500 circa 1963 [?]
Description: A woman sits surrounded by pigeons on a park bench in front of a stone building on FDR Drive.
Description: A tugboat passes under the Brooklyn Bridge. Seagulls circle over the water and the developed shoreline is visible in the distance.
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...
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...
Description: Two men load pieces of lumber onto the bed of an International D-40 truck owned by New York Lumber & Panel Company.
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: Gothic revival style Trinity church Wall Street and adjacent cemetery. Modern skyscrapers stand in the background.
Description: View from street of a man delivering Levy and Sons Bakery rye bread to a New York City delicatessen and grocery store. The truck is an International Harves...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Dance instruction with Stefano Mascagno, noted Italian ballet master. F.W. Kehl was president of the American National Normal School which preceded the Dan...
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 the...
Description: Observers stand around a circular railing, looking at a large, rotating globe in the Daily News Building, constructed in 1930.
Description: Eddie bartending at The Little Maison Doree.
Description: International truck parked in front of a Manhattan International motor truck service station.
Date: 1888-12-15 before
Description: Front and inside front covers of a menu with a three-dimensional violin, a stringed bow, a sprig of cloth holly leaves and three berries, and a blue ribbon...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Private Edward P. Bridgman, Company G, 37th Massachusetts Infantry.
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