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Snapshots of New York City Street Scenes, 1936-1951

boy jumping into hudson river - ruth orkin, 1948 [new york city street scene photography exhibition, 'the radical camera: new york's photo league, at the jewish museum in nyc]

Lower Manhattan, 1903, vintage nyc, (nypubliclibrary)

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Houses of Worship: Trinity Church, Wall Street, 1903

Great pyramids of Giza, from Cairo Citadel, Egypt

Great pyramids of Giza, from Cairo Citadel, Egypt [1782x2110]

Lunch time on 5th Ave. circa 1950.

Two wonderful old visions of New York by photographer Andreas Feininger Midtown Manhattan, 1944 Midtown Fifth Avenue during lunch hour, New York, 1948

Golden Gate bridge - Opening Day, 1937

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The Golden Gate Bridge opened on May linking Marin to San Francisco. Pedestrians had the bridge to themselves on opening day. The next day, cars started crossing. (Photo provided by the Golden Gate Bridge District)

The aftermath of the Wall St. bombing, which left 38 dead and 143 seriously injured, September 16, 1920.

Terrorism in the United States 1920 bombing of Wall Street This was never solved but belived to have been done by Italian anarchists.

The great city

City of Gold, cloud lands of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Shot from the floor of the Princess Tower. This is one of many places on my wish list to visit!

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