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A detailed circa 1910 Manhattan streetscape of rail cars at West Street and Eleventh Avenue, known as "Death Avenue" for the many pedestrians killed along the New York Central's freight line there.

Wall Street, NYC, 1898.

postcard - old new york - 1898 - wall st - looking west from pearl st toward trinity church on broadway Love pictures of how things looked a long time ago.

NY 1918...under the first lamppost on the right...

Rock - Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918 - National Geographic Vintage

Children playing at Central Park; in the distance is the Clark mansion (NYC, ca. 1910s)

DEMOLISHED: The William A. Clark residence designed by Lord, Hewlett Hull and Kenneth Murchison in 1905 at 952 Fifth Avenue in New York City as seen during demolition in

Circa 1905. Mulberry Bend, New York City. The name was changed to Columbus Park in 1911

Circa 1905 - Mulberry Bend, New York City. The name was changed to Columbus Park in

How times have changed...

Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed. bkuschova Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed. Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed.

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

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

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La statue de la liberté à Paris en 1886 prior to departure to the USA

New York 1936 #NYC

Camel cigarette, Planter's Peanuts and CocaCola billboards. New York City - 1936

New York circa 1900. "Chinatown -- Mott Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

New York-Gilded Age Chinatown - Mott Street inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Vintage Modern 1945 Brooklyn Bridge RARE Angle New York City NYC New Post Card | eBay

Vintage Modern 1945 Brooklyn Bridge RARE ANGLE! New York City NYC NEW Post Card

Excavations for Grand Central Station, New York City. 1908. [1024x823]

expect that after long time to blow all up and clean! better blow up all concrete on top in mountains of rubble! nothing all buildings fall apart and includes all houses! Excavations for Grand Central Station, New York City.

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