Central Park

Central ParkNew York’s Central Park, built by legendary landscape designer and writer Frederick Law Olmsted and the English architect Calvert Vaux in 1858 after winning a design competition is a recognized national historical landmark (since 1963) with a rich history. The most visited urban park in the United States with a whopping twenty-five million visitors a year, Central Park is considered by present-day New Yorkers to be a magical oasis in the midst of urban sprawl. The H.A. Dunne collection of vintage Central Park images dates back to as far as 1890, and captures New Yorkers of yesteryear at play in New York’s most famous playground. We are adding new images from our vast collection every day. To see more vintage images of Central Park, or to source a particular image, call us at: 888-250-8956.
Aerial Overview of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Croton Reservoir, 1929

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Belvedere Castle, Central Park, 1905

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Bicycle Parade in Central Park, 1895

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Blimps over Central Park, 1931

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Central Park and East 79th Street Transverse, 1917

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Central Park Lake and Boat House, 1914

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Central Park near East 62nd Street and Fifth Avenue, 1940

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Central Park Sledding, 1935

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Skaters on the Lake in Central Park, circa 1890

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The Ladies of Bow Bridge, circa 1865

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The Photographer on Bow Bridge, 1875

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The San Remo Apartments, seen from Central Park, 1932

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