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New York circa 1947. "Midtown Dealers Corp. and Hudson showroom, Broadway at W. 62nd Street." Home of "Meyer the Buyer" and your Hudson Headquarters. Our latest 4x5 negative from the prolific but obscure John M. Fox.

New York circa "Midtown Dealers Corp. and Hudson showroom, Broadway at W." Home of "Meyer the Buyer" and your Hudson Headquarters. Our latest negative from the prolific but obscure John M.

Tudor City, 1930

Museum of City of New York Samuel H. (Samuel Herman) Gottscho Tudor City from Street. View of Tudor City. Tenement buildings with hanging laundry on clotheslines are in the middle- ground. A few men are scattered in the foreground (left).

Oct. 8, 1939. "315 Seventh Avenue, New York City. General view." William Hohauser's 1920s skyscraper presides over the fur district, which includes the Bilt-Rite Fur Machine Co. 5x7 negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

315 Seventh Avenue, New York City. William Hohauser's skyscraper presides over the fur district, which includes the Bilt-Rite Fur Machine Co.

200 Greenwich Street New York I Foster + Partners

Memorial Site and One World Trade Center. Ground Zero is being transformed into a permanent World Trade Center Memorial Site entitled 'Reflecting Absence', as well as a functional office and visitor building called the Freedom Tower.

1930 Chrysler Buildi lovely art

The Queen of Art Deco - 1930 Chrysler Building, Manhattan, New York. The Chrysler Building was was built before the Empire State building for Walter Chrysler's growing business. (Chrysler paid for it out of his own pocket, not out of the business).

Vintage New York Zeppelin

Empire State Building, NYC, Art Deco style - designer: William F. Lamb - captured with a moored zeppelin

Waldorf–Astoria (New York, 1893) - The Waldorf–Astoria originated as two hotels, built side-by-side by feuding relatives on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Built in 1893 and expanded in 1897, the Waldorf–Astoria was razed in 1929 to make way for construction of the Empire State Building. Its successor, the current Waldorf Astoria New York, was built on Park Avenue in 1931.

Waldorf Hotel 1893 - Waldorf Astoria New York - Henry Hardenbergh Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Lost 1905 New York Hippodrome -- 6th Avenue between 43rd and 44th Streets

The Hippodrome Theater in New York City, was a theatre from 1905 to located on Sixth Avenue between and Streets. It was called the world's largest theatre by its builders and had a sea

Wall Street, New York, 1878

build small builidngs once all up? demolish one and build bigger sky scraper and few on other side build up same time! Wall Street, New York, 1878

1930, Manhattan, New York City, New York State, USA --- View of 7th Avenue and 34th Street, looking south. Seen here are the Nelson Tower #truenewyork #lovenyc

The magnificence of Penn Station before it was torn down 50 years ago

Manhattan, New York City, New York State, USA --- View of Avenue and Street, looking south. The original Penn Station

The Dakota

Interior courtyard of The Dakota, NYC. John Lennon was murdered here, in the entrance. Yoko Ono still lives at the Dakota. The Dakota is not a condo, but a coop, a private corporation with admission by Board of Directors approval.

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