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Description: A moving announcement from Dr. Bodog F. Beck. Announcing the removal of his office to 116 East 58th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, New York Cit...
Description: Elevated view of the Statue of Liberty and surrounding buildings on Liberty Island. A large ship is docked at the island and the waters of the New York Upp...
Description: Bruce Barton, board chairman of Batton, Barton, Durstine & Osborn (advertising firm) in his office. Behind him is a large illustration of a street scene. T...
Description: A man and a woman (with a beehive hairstyle) observe the construction of the World Trade Center towers.
Description: Interior of a rustic barroom. Bottles of alcohol are arranged on shelves behind the wooden bar and framed artwork hangs on the walls.
Description: International S-speed truck owned by Quality Laundry Service, Inc. parked on a street. The company served restaurants, hotels and individual households.
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...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: A man descends the stairs to a subway station near the construction of the World Trade Center.
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 of the guest dining room of the Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's.
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: Warshaw Construction Corporation crane, during construction of the World Trade Center towers.
Description: A sign shows a smiling Asian American man holding a rye bread sandwich in an advertisemnt for Levy and Sons Bakery of New York, New York. The sign reads "Y...
Description: Olgivanna Wright, third wife of architect Frank Lloyd Wright
Description: Portrait of Dickey Chapelle wearing a white shirt, white flight headgear and goggles.
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: Three men in hard hats, possibly architects, walking behind a fence at the World Trade Center construction site.
Description: A man uses a hose to wash the tires of an International truck in the third floor wash rack at International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A woman sits on the grass reading next to a baby carriage in Fort Tyron Park. A brush-covered hill surmounted by a square tower rises in the background.
Description: A group of men watch a bocce game on a court on East Houston Street. The line of men standing on the lip of the court cast elongated silhouettes onto the...
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