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Fifth Avenue Traffic Tower, c. 1929

Fifth Avenue Traffic Tower, c. 1929
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60 Wall Street, c. 1950

60 Wall Street, c. 1950
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Construction of Streetcar Tracks, 1900

Construction of Streetcar Tracks, 1900
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RMS Queen Mary, 1958

RMS Queen Mary, 1958

RMS Queen Mary, outbound from New York Harbor, with fireboat spraying water alongside, 1958.  Mary was the flag ship of the Cunard line from her maiden voyage in 1936 until 1945 when her sister ship, the Queen Elizabeth, supplanted her in that role.  She had been outfitted for troop transport during World War II, but following the war, she and Elizabeth dominated the transatlantic passenger trade.  At the time of this photo in 1958, the first transatlantic jet flight had just taken place, and the end of the golden age of ocean liners had come.

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Yankee Stadium, 1938

Yankee Stadium, 1938

Fans prepare to enter Yankee Stadium for a game with mounted police on hand for crowd control.  At the time of this game, in 1938, the Yankees were in the midst of four season World Championship streak.  Babe Ruth had recently retired, but Lou Gehrig was still in the line-up and Joltin' Joe DiMaggio had come on board two seasons prior -- coincidentally at the beginning of the streak.

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Zookeeper and Chimps, c. 1910

Zookeeper and Chimps, c. 1910
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Shadows on the Avenue, c. 1930

Shadows on the Avenue, c. 1930

People walk along Fifth Avenue, casting long shadows, in the low sun of a winter's day, c. 1930.  Those who know contemporary New York will be surprised to see Fifth Avenue as a two way street.  Since 1966, Fifth Avenue below 135th Street has been southbound only.  Aside from the style of dress, however, pedestrian traffic along the avenue remains largely unchanged.

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Ironworker Rides the Chains, 1912

Ironworker Rides the Chains, 1912

An ironworker, erecting a skyscraper, rides the chains, 800 feet above Broadway, 1912.

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Pennsylvania Station, c. 1930

Pennsylvania Station, c. 1930

View of the ticket concourse in Pennsylvania Station, circa 1930.  Light beams shine down from the massive windows above onto silhouetted passengers.  At the time of this photo, Penn Station was still in it's youth.  Unfortunately, its existence was too brief.  This structure was demolished in 1963.

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Children and Toy Horse on Ellis Island, 1920

Children and Toy Horse on Ellis Island, 1920

Immigrant child rides a toy horse on Ellis Island, while other children look on, 1920.

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