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Young Boy Working as Bootblack, City Hall Park, New York City, USA, circa 1924.

A shoe-shiner, known as a bootblack, in City Hall Park, New York City, 1924 (Photographer Lewis Hine)

Ground Zero  New York City  Make advance reservations to the 9/11 Memorial Twin reflecting pools with waterfalls sit in the footprints of the World Trade Center towers, and are surrounded by bronze panels etched with victims’ names it is close to Battery Park, where you can catch ferries to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.  Gradeschool/Tweens/Teens  911memorial.org

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Ground Zero New York City Make advance reservations to the Memorial Twin reflecting pools with waterfalls sit in the footprints of the World Trade Center towers, and are surrounded by bronze panels etched with victims’ names it is close to Battery Park.

"Striped awnings cover the windows of R H Macy, a historical shop in Freedomland Park, a Wild West themed park in the Bronx, New York City. ...

Striped awnings cover the windows of R. Macy, a historical shop in Freedomland Park, a Wild West themed park in the Bronx, New York City, August 1960

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.

My sister-in-law and her family live in the tenement next to us. She came to the U.S. at the same time as us.

Poor home, NYC tenement (New York City Slums & Slum Life series), 1910 – Lewis Hine

The first licensed pizzeria in the USA, Lombardi’s, at 53 1/2 Spring St. in NYC. Gennaro Lombardi and his pizza maker, Antonio Totonno Pero. Late Gilded Age NYC c.1905.

The first licensed pizzeria in the USA, Lombardi’s, at 53 Spring St. in NYC. Gennaro Lombardi and his pizza maker, Antonio Totonno Pero. Late Gilded Age NYC now about a block away at Mott St & Spring St.

Hanging a Brooklyn street sign- I grew up around flatbush! very cool photo! interesting to see the original sign being put up back then :) - liza

Hanging a Brooklyn street sign- My mother grew up not far from this intersection! very cool photo! interesting to see the original sign being put up back then

The Statue of Liberty and the New York skyline, 1939.

Lower Manhattan: Where New York Was Born

" Lower Manhattan : where New York was born " Margaret Bourke-White ; time life pictures / getty images " The Statue of Liberty and the New York skyline , 1939 "

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