Exchange Place, New York, ca. 1934 | by Berenice Abbott. If it's the last thing I do it would be to follow in her footsteps in NYC for 3 months. 4x5, harness and all.

Berenice Abbott New York Stock Exchange, New York City 1933 Gelatin silver print 24 x 19 cm Ronald Kurtz / Commerce Graphics © Berenice Abbott / Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc. Exchange Place, New York,.

Manhattan New York 1935 Photo: Berenice Abbott

Manhattan New York 1935 Photo: Berenice Abbott Perspective, View point and Focal point

Bakery Bleeker Street New York 1947 Photo: Berenice Abbott

Zitos Bakery, Bleecker Street, New York, 1947 by Berenice Abbot. Before my time, but it was still just like that up until a decade or so ago when their landlord finally gentrified the rent through the roof.

Berenice Abbott / William Goldberg, 771 Broadway at East 9th Street - ca. 1935-39 / © Berenice Abbott/Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.

Berenice Abbott / William Goldberg, 771 Broadway at East Street - ca. / © Berenice Abbott/Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.

New York, 1930s. Photo: Berenice Abbott.

Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, from Salmon Tower, Manhattan, New York. By Berenice Abbott, September

Battery Park New York (1938) | Photographer: Berenice Abbott It's not everyday you get to see what your apartment building looked like in 1938!!!

Berenice Abbott Broadway vers Battery Park, New York, 4 mai 1938 Épreuve gélatino-argentique 24 X cm Museum of the City of New York. Museum Purchase with funds from the Mrs. Elon Hooker Acquisition Fund © Berenice Abbott / Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.

Berenice Abbott Court of the First Model Tenements in New York City, 361-365 East 71st Street c. 1935-39

Berenice Abbott: Court of first model tenement house in New York, Street and First Avenue, Manhattan. First Avenue, Manhattan.

NYC. Murray Hill Hotel; From Park Avenue and 40th Street. Nov. 19, 1935 by Berenice Abbott.

Berenice Abbott – Femme et Photographe (de grand talent)

Berenice Abbott Murray Hill Hotel: Spiral, New York, 1935 20 x 16 Silver Gelatin Photograph

Portrait of New York 5, Bernice Abbott

New York, New York!

NYC Grand Central Terminal, 1929 — The light doesn’t stream in like this anymore because the buildings around the station are too tall. I Miss NYC and my brother so bad. Being in Grand Central was amazing.

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