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newyorkthegoldenage · 2 days ago
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Candy maker, ca. 1920.
Photo: Lewis W. Hine via Swann Galleries Inc.
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outlawpetegsc · 12 hours ago
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“ After midnight in a park , New York City, 1945” by WeeGee.
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oldnewyork · 2 months ago
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“Women taking part in a demonstration in New York demanding safe legal abortions for all women circa 1977.“
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gingerbaci · 4 months ago
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Reflections, New York. Photograph by Bill Bernstein, 1979 - via x
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fitsofgloom · a month ago
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Assorted Madness
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semioticapocalypse · a year ago
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Alexander Borodulin. Sean Young. New York, mid-70's.
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citizenscreen · 2 months ago
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The Brooklyn Bridge opened on May 24, 1883 connecting the great cities of New York and Brooklyn for the first time in history. #OnThisDay #NYC #BrooklynBridge
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robert-carmona · 3 months ago
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Simply Add Boiling Water
451 West 47th Street, 1937
PHOTO: Arthur Fellig (Weegee)
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theromanticinme · 5 months ago
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A skateboarder zipping through Central Park in the 1960s.
📷 Bill Eppridge for Life magazine.
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lovsmic · 4 months ago
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jordan and naomi
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mrskennedy · a day ago
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14 February 1967
Jacqueline Kennedy greets King Hassan II of Morocco at the front door of her apartment building at 1040 Fifth Avenue. The two were well acquainted back in her White House days.
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newyorkthegoldenage · 2 days ago
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Checker taxi cabs on 34th Street. The photographer’s diary for August 16, 1938 said:
We swung across town and in a bit were on the Henry Hudson Highway leading south. And believe it or not, first thing you know we were once again at the Hotel New Yorker. On the way down, we had a thrill as we passed by a huge ocean liner, all lit up, as it lay at the dock. It was the Normandie.
Photo: Don O'Brien’s father via Don O’Brien/Flickr
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outlawpetegsc · 5 months ago
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“ Girl Gang”, NYC, c.1959 by Morris Huberland .
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oldnewyork · a month ago
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“Ti-Grace Atkinson, a leader in the feminist movement, is taken into custody outside President Richard Nixon’s campaign headquarters in New York on Oct. 23, 1972, while protesting the president’s positions on child care and abortion. The landmark Roe v. Wade decision would come down three months later.”
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gingerbaci · 4 months ago
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"Bunny-eared Rockettes relax during a rehearsal of the current Easter show at New York's Radio City Music Hall" by Anthony Camerano, 1966 - via x
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fitsofgloom · 12 months ago
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We Can Move The Streets Today
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semioticapocalypse · a year ago
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Vivian Maier. NYC. 1953.
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