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Lunch atop a Skyscraper  is a famous black-and-white photograph taken during construction of the RCA Building (renamed the GE Building in 1986) at Rockefeller Center in New York City, United States. Below is a picture of  construction workers who recreated the classic photo in 2011 by posing on a girder 800ft above London.

Lunch atop a Skyscraper is a famous black-and-white photograph taken during construction of the RCA Building (renamed the GE Building in 1986) at Rockefeller Center in New York City, United States. Below is a picture of construction workers who recreated the classic photo in 2011 by posing on a girder 800ft above London.

Alfred Eisenstaedt's black-and-white photograph of an unidentified sailor kissing nurse Edith Shain in 1945.

Statue of famous WWII kiss unveiled in Times Square to celebrate 65th anniversary of VJ-Day

Alfred Eisenstaedt's black-and-white photograph of an unidentified sailor kissing nurse Edith Shain in 1945.

Janet Collins  |  FIRST Black Prima Ballerina of the Metropolitan Opera.

Janet Collins | FIRST Black Prima Ballerina of the Metropolitan Opera.

test shoot New York, 1950s photographer: Lillian Bassman  Margie Cato black and white, back :: PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY ::

test shoot New York, 1950s photographer: Lillian Bassman Margie Cato black and white, back :: PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY ::

The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous surviving jazz venue, but during the Harlem Renaissance that started after World War I and ended sometime during the Great Depression, it was also the neighborhood’s most notorious. It had been opened by Jack Johnson, the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion, as the Club Deluxe (or Club De Luxe) in 1920.

The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous surviving jazz venue, but during the Harlem Renaissance that started after World War I and ended sometime during the Great Depression, it was also the neighborhood’s most notorious. It had been opened by Jack Johnson, the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion, as the Club Deluxe (or Club De Luxe) in 1920.

"The Cardplayers"   by  Ruth Orkin  ::  New York City in 1943 -  Reminds me so much of you and Braeden (a good memory of Pup near Father's Day)

"The Cardplayers" by Ruth Orkin :: New York City in 1943 - Reminds me so much of you and Braeden (a good memory of Pup near Father's Day)

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