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Description: Harry bartending at The 44th Street Club.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Volunteers signing up at the Red Cross office in New York to do hospital or other volunteer work. The woman in the white smock and dark hat is Mrs. Belmont...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Three men in hard hats, possibly architects, walking behind a fence at the World Trade Center construction site.
Description: A business woman clutching her purse and a newspaper walks past a large portion of concrete with "One Man, One Job" painted on it. This is at the site of t...
Description: Men work on trucks in the second floor service department at International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch.
Description: John bartending at The Epicure.
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 Columbia University pharmacy professor, Dr. Charles Chandler, lectures on the chemical make-up of the benzene ring.
Description: The Sidell Sisters, Billie and Pierre, former students of the Kehl School of Dance in Madison, in a posed photograph from Florenz Ziegfeld's production of...
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...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: A fashionably dressed young couple stand in an embrace on a pier on the East River. The river and a waterfront warehouse are visible behind them.
Description: A piling of the Manhattan bridge from the foot of the bridge with a section of city skyline visible in the background and sunlight glinting of the East Riv...
Description: Wisconsin Governor Jeremiah M. Rusk and his staff at the funeral of General Ulysses S. Grant in New York City. Present with Rusk, 5th from the left, and i...
Date: date unknown
Description: Group portrait of the girls living at Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, established in 1817 as the Roman Catholic Benevolent Society. The girls gather around a...
Description: View of the auditorium at the College of Mt. St. Vincent. A central set of steps leads up to the stage through rows of wooden seats. The stage is set wit...
Description: Close-up of a weathered stone facade with a framed sign that reads, "Mobilization for Youth, Youth Work Center, Centro de Trabajo Para Jovenes (16 a 21 ano...
Description: A small crowd mills about a cobblestone plaza near a brick building on the wharf adjacent to the Hudson River. The Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise ship is...
Description: Full-length carte-de-visite portrait of Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth, F & S, 11th New York Infantry, in dress clothes. He was born in Malta, New York, but mo...
Description: Two businessmen watching the construction of the World Trade Center Tower.
Description: Two men on a derelict car under the Brooklyn Bridge. They appear to be salvaging parts. Other wrecked vehicles crowd the area.
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