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4rba · 2 days ago
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newyorkthegoldenage · 2 days ago
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This was what Manhattan would look like in 1980, according to the 1930 film Just Imagine: different traffic levels, pedestrian bridges, skyscrapers, airplanes, and dirigible landings.
Photo: Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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kafkasapartment · 12 hours ago
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Fifth Avenue at Twilight, 1911. Birge Harrison. Oil on canvas.
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inthedarktrees · 14 hours ago
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Gordon Parks, Models with Boy-Length Haircuts, New York, 1949
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freexmoney · a day ago
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gabby sosa x freexmoney
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Aly Dixon: Not to be a bitch but me and my best friend Taylor want you to come to @pregnancypactcomedy return show on Dec 11th with a fucking bomb ass lineup of your fav blue check mark hotties. Link in bio!!!!!!! 😈😈
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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Hot sweet potato vendor, October 4, 1942.
Photo: Charles W. Cushman via Indiana Univ.
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onceuponatown · 4 hours ago
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Signorina Maria Spelterina in her high rope performance, Stereo-grams, Niagara Falls, New York, 1876.
One the occasion of the American Centennial, tight rope artist Maria Spelterini, (probably misspelled on the cards, crossed the Niagara Gorge several times between july 8th and July 27th, being the first woman to cross the falls. In the second card Ms Spelterini can be seen wearing peach baskets on her feet, which would be her crossing of July 12th. She also crossed blindfolded on July 19th, and with ankles and wrists manacled on July 22nd. In the background is John Roebling’s International Railroad Suspension Bridge, whose carriage deck filled with spectators for each performance.
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richardarmitagefanpage · 20 hours ago
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Five years ago today, Broadway shared two photos of Richard at The Jane Hotel in New York, US.
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