środa, 12 czerwca 2013

New York State Of Mind - Turn Of The Century, 20's & 30's


Painters hang from suspended wires on the Brooklyn Bridge October 7, 1914

Workers dig in Delancy Street on New York's Lower East Side in this photo dated July 29, 1908

June 5, 1908 photo, the Manhattan Bridge is less than a shell, seen from Washington Street

When the New York Times wrote about elevator operator Robert Green, left, and Jacob Jagendorf, a building engineer, right, it reported that their bodies found lying at the bottom of an elevator shaft November 24, 1915, told the story of the pair's failed robbery attempt.

This is the original April 18, 1936 booking photo for Charles 'Lucky' Luciano. Luciano is considered the father of organized crime in New York and was the first to divide the city sections controlled by five mob families.

Workers lay bricks to pave 28th Street in Manhattan on October 2, 1930.

The headline of the newspaper the man in this May 18, 1940 photo reads: 'Nazi Army Now 75 Miles From Paris.' This picture shows the corner of Sixth Avenue and 40th Street in Manhattan.

In this September 30, 1936, Works Progress Administration, Federal Writerís Project, photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives, a man hands a program to baseball legend Babe Ruth, center, as he is joined by his second wife Clare, center left, and singer Kate Smith, front left, in the grandstand during Game One of the 1936 World Series at the Polo Grounds in New York.

A man peers across the Hudson River into Manhattan from his perch on the George Washington Bridge on December 22, 1936.

In this circa 1890 photo, a pair of girls walk east along 42nd Street. Acker, Merrall and Condit wine shop delivery wagons are on the right and the C.C. Shayne Furrier sign can be seen on the roof overhead.

A detective took this crime scene photo in 1918 after children found the body of Gaspare Candella stuffed in a drum and dumped in a field in Brooklyn, New York.

Men and women stroll a row of jewelry shops on the Lower East Side.

The main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, in New York, is seen from the Campbell apartment in this 1937

An unemployed man in an old coat lays on a pier in the New York City docks during the Great Depression, 1935.

People stand in line for bread during the Great Depression.

The Third Avenue elevated train rumbles across lower Manhattan in this undated photo. City Hall can be seen in the background.

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