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Description: Men work on trucks in the second floor service department at International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch.
Description: Olga M. Stankowitz, stenographer, E.O. Snider, credit and collection manager, and P.I. Brandjord, collection correspondent, sit around a desk in an office...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the J.N. Hegeman Drugstore at 60 Fulton Avenue. Left to right: a clerk, J.W. Ferris, an errand boy, William O'Bry, and a porter.
Date: date unknown
Description: A bronze eagle sculpture perched on a rock at Elm Valley Farm.
Date: 1909 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., about the time he founded "La Follette's Magazine."
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: An original lithograph promoting New York Central Lines railway and the Grand Central Station in New York City, also described as "The Gateway to a Contine...
Description: Woman in fancy evening dress speaking with a doorman or chauffeur outside Julius Monk's "Downstairs Room" nightclub. The tailgate of an International truck...
Description: Pharmacy students examine specimens in their microscopes during a class.
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: A sign on the exterior of a deteriorated building that reads: "For Information Call Irving Maidman BR-9-7235," near the World Trade Center construction sit...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A tugboat passes under the Brooklyn Bridge. Seagulls circle over the water and the developed shoreline is visible in the distance.
Description: Governor Warren Knowles helps to slice a wedge of cheese. Left to right: an unidentified Colonel; Dorothy Guidry Knowles; State Senator Gerald Lorge; Miss...
Description: Two different messages on a wall. One says: "Use Soap" and the other "Towey T..." In addition a small sign reads: "Marchi Makes Sense!"
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: A woman in a thick black coat with a dog on a leash standing on a sidewalk on West 57th Street. The woman is looking into the distance while the dog tugs o...
Description: Close-up of the hull of a tugboat in the East River showing rigging, bumper-tires and part of the boats name, "-EN F. McAL-."
Date: 1926-10-04 ca.
Description: Workers unloading goods from Jack Galvin's International delivery truck outside the Reliable Lunch Room. According to the side of the truck, Galvin was bas...
Description: The front window of Ratner's Dairy Restaurant on Second Avenue showing displayed pastries inside and the reflection of buildings and pedestrians on the str...
Description: Homestead Bank, a two-story stone and wood building, from across the street.
Description: View of the construction of the World Trade Center from a nearby parking lot.
Description: Bill bartending at Jack and Charlie's.
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