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Times Square: 1943 New York, March "Times Square on a rainy day." John Vachon for the Office of War Information

Rare archive photo of an airship mooring to the skyscraper dock while the Empire State Building was under construction.

The American airship ZR 3 Los Angeles flying near the Empire State Building under construction. The Zeppelin, built as LZ is accompanied by some blimps. 29 October 1930 via Dutch Nationaal Archief

A great street scene view of New York City, during America's Gilded Age, c.1905. Pedestrians and shoppers walking aside storefronts, including; Best and Company - Lilliputian Bazaar, the store was originally a childen's clothing store, founded in c.1879. Formerly located in the "Ladies Mile" near, 6th Ave, & West 23rd, St., NYC. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: librar-y tumblr)

Enormously wide sidewalks and high storefront windows a NYC Trademark - many buildings still have the beautifully detailed stonework facades. New York circa West Street.

W. W. Rock - Flatiron, Madison Square, New York, 1918

Rock - Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918 - National Geographic Vintage

Vibrant Night Photography of Tokyo's Streets by Keiichiro Kinoshita #inspiration #photography

Keiichiro Kinoshita aka spatialflow is talented photographer from Japan who currently splits his time between the US east coast and Tokyo.

New York City

Fifth Avenue washington square park arch in New York / photo by Metin Fejzula by CrashFistFight

Hoax: Shared as JFK and Jackie Kennedy moments before he was assassinated, this photo was actually taken more than three before, shortly after his acceptance of the Democratic Party endorsement for President.

Shortly after his acceptance of the Democratic Party endorsement for President: Senator (and future US President) John F. Kennedy and his wife, future First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, smile and wave from the back of an open-top car.

Jacob Riss, Bandits Roost 1890ish.

Bandit’s Roost by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. I love the hats!

NY 1970..springtime

June dreams of becoming a successful model in NYC. She wants Sylvia to be the photographer that makes her image famous. New York City, 1970

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