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Description: Three rings of the Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus are shown being set up for a performance in New York's Madison Square Garden.
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: Warshaw Construction Corporation crane, during construction of the World Trade Center towers.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a motorcycle with a package lashed to the back is parked at the curb in Inwood Hill Park. Park goers are visible on the grassy hill in the back...
Description: International S-speed truck owned by Quality Laundry Service, Inc. parked on a street. The company served restaurants, hotels and individual households.
Description: Workers, cranes and International trucks excavating area for future New York City subway.
Description: A woman street vendor, in an embroidered jacket, sells pretzels on the street near the construction site of the World Trade Center.
Description: Portrait of a young Orson Wells wearing a suit, heavily retouched to isolate him from the background.
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...
Description: U.S. Army soldiers from Camp Upton, where they were undergoing training, marching in Washington's Birthday parade on Fifth Avenue, New York.
Description: A man unloads a bound stack of newspapers from the back of an International D-2 panel truck owned by "The Sun" newspaper.
Description: Small groups of men in suits sit around tables in folding chairs playing cards in a sunny parking lot. A bridge stretches into the distance above the card...
Description: Sign for Commuters Bar and Restaurant with the construction of the World Trade Center building in the background.
Description: John bartending at The Log Cabin.
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 defunct storefront with a man sitting inside and posters taped in the window. One poster depicts a woman posing in a wet shirt and the other advertises...
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...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Robert Fischelis at Delegate's Entrance, Hunter College. He served as an advisor to the American delegation to the Instructional Health Conference, which b...
Description: Two passengers stand over a bench and look out of the ferry towards the water. The developed shoreline and a pier with a seagull perched on top can be see...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Graffiti on an advertisement for the Plaza Theatre which reads, "They Must Die".
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