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Times Square At Night, 1932

Times Square At Night, 1932

Times Square becomes magical at night when all the lights go on and the city begins to glow. On this wet night in 1932, the streets themselves glisten. The neon beckons you, almost commands you, buy Pepsodent (you'll wonder where the yellow went), drive a Chevy, see the Barrymores bring Rasputin and Empress to life. Afterwards you can have a cup of Maxwell House, smoke a Chesterfield, and now that you're all revved up again catch the late showing of Wallace Beery in Flesh.

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Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan Skyline at Dusk, 1956

Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan Skyline at Dusk, 1956

Sun sets over New York City, and the city begins to glow with its own light. The spires of the Lower Manhattan skyscrapers, including the Cities Services Building and the Woolworth Building, can be seen beyond the Brooklyn Tower of the Brooklyn Bridge. The skyline of today would not be extremely different. Most notable, perhaps, is the absence of lights coming from the South Street Seaport, which in 1956 was not a tourist destination, but a working fish market.

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