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Central Park, New York City, 1954. Photo by Edward Pfizenmaier.

New York City in the snow. There is hardly a place more beautiful. Edward Pfizenmaier Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, 1954

Cooling down in 1950 NYC look like a good time. #NYC #Summer #NewYork

theniftyfifties: Cooling off in summer… 1950s style. Photo by... (ADORED VINTAGE

New York, 1954

“A Star is Born, Times Square, New York City, 1954 - Frank Oscar Larson

World Trade Center, New York  The complex opened on April 4, 1973, and was destroyed in 2001 in the September 11 attacks

The original World Trade Centre, New York City. The North Tower (left) is 1 WTC. The South Tower (right) is 2 WTC. The red granite-clad building left of the Twin Towers is the original 7 World Trade Centre.

FDNY Engine 55, Little Italy, New York City, USA Fire Department of New York's Engine Co. 55 in Little Italy.

FDNY Engine Little Italy, New York City, USA Fire Department of New York's Engine Co. The plaques on the fire hall commemorate firefighters from this company that gave their lives in the line of duty, including 5 from © Eric Lafforgue

brooklyn bridge, ny

My fave place to walk.what a GREAT winter photograph! Brooklyn Bridge under Snow, New York. Photography by Barry Yanowitz.

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Berenice Abbott Blossom Restaurant, 103 Bowery, New York City, October 1935 1935 Gelatin silver print 19 x cm Museum of the City of New York Gift of the Metropolitan Museum of Art © Berenice Abbott / Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.