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Date: 1903-12-12 before
Description: One-page menu for a dinner at O'Neill House. Includes an oval black and white quarter-length portrait of Wisconsin governor Robert M. La Follette Sr., with...
Description: Close-up view of a man with a briefcase as he walks on the sidewalk by the construction of the World Trade Center towers.
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 the...
Description: Photographic copy of an artist's rendering of the Johnson's Wax Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Description: Office for the Sand Chapter of Mechanical Contractors at the construction site for the World Trade Center. The construction office has an American flag han...
Description: Andre bartending at John & Jean's.
Description: A portrait of a shoeshine boy, with a brick wall forming the backdrop. His clothes are tattered, and his work box rests on his left shoulder.
Date: 1969 ca.
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: Two construction workers and a businessman walk by Nick's Restaurant. The photograph was taken near the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: Harry bartending at The 44th Street Club.
Description: A view of seven men reading and relaxing on the rooftop garden of the Central Park Officers' House. The men sit on outdoor furniture, and behind them, bui...
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: Construction workers on the World Trade Center steel framework.
Description: Pete bartending at the Ship Ahoy.
Description: Cover of "The East Village Other," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon bomb on top of a pile of money. The headline reads, "Booming the Economy."...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Red Cross volunteers preparing bandages at a Red Cross office in New York City. The woman standing on the right, who is supervising the work, is Mrs. Belmo...
Description: Rosser Reeves and Dwight D. Eisenhower leaving the Transfilm Building after filming fifty political spots in one day. (Rosser Reeves wearing glasses.) Eise...
Description: Interior of the main lounge of the Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's. The view from across the room shows furniture, tables...
Description: A member of the U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School uses a small medicine dropper to precisely measure and mix liquid ingredients for a prescription.
Description: Interior view of the Washington bedroom at the Van Cortlandt house featuring a canopied bed, a Dutch-style carved cradle, other carved furniture, and hangi...
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