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"A letter carrier standing in front of a mailbox at Mott Street above Park Row," 1903. (Courtesy of the MCNY)

"A letter carrier standing in front of a mailbox at Mott Street above Park Row," (Courtesy of the MCNY)

Jeannette Lee, Chicago's first female letter carrier, in 1944. Photo courtesy, Smithsonian Institute.

Jeanette Lee, the first female letter carrier in Chicago, gathering mail from a street collection box in this 1944 photograph.

5th Avenue between 116th & 117th Streets, NYC, 1893

Avenue between & Streets, NYC, 1893 Imagine how much the property underneath these hovels is worth today!

New York City, 1936( Times square James Cagney+Mae Clarke+Mildred Harris(1.st Chaplin's wife)1936 Great Guy movie Criterion Theatre)view from West 44th.Str.to north Broadway(Strand+Capitol Theatres...)

New York City, Times square James Cagney+Mae Clarke+Mildred Chaplin's Great Guy movie Criterion Theatre)view from West north Broadway(Strand+Capitol Theatres.

Early 1900s mail carrier in New York City. (Courtesy of the NYPL)

Mail Carrier, New York City Source: Photographs concerning labor, housing and social conditions in the United States.

Hester Street, NYC - 1903

Lantern Slide of Hester Street, Lower East Side, New York City, National Archives Identifier 3854683

Raking in Central Park - 1933, NSAP3851 from New York Times Store

Raking in Central Park - Converting an area of Central Park into an athletic field. From New York Times Store

The Lost 1905 New York Hippodrome -- 6th Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets

The Hippodrome Theater in New York City, was a theatre from 1905 to located on Sixth Avenue between and Streets. It was called the world's largest theatre by its builders.

Loew's Inwood Theatre - 132 Dyckman Street at Post Avenue  New York, N.Y. 10040   Loew's Inwood Theatre, located on Dyckman Street opposite Post Avenue in the Inwood area of Upper Manhattan, opened in the early 1920s. The theatre had 1,874 seats.

Loew's Inwood Theatre - 132 Dyckman Street at Post Avenue New York, N. 10040 Loew's Inwood Theatre, located on Dyckman Street opposite Post Avenue in the Inwood area of Upper Manhattan, opened in the early The theatre had seats.

[Copy Photograph of Early 1900s New York City Street Scene]. Unknown (American). 1930s. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Walker Evans Archive, 1994 (1994.263.178)

[Copy Photograph of Early New York City Street Scene]. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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