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6th Avenue Between 43rd and 44th Streets, New York, 1948

Avenue between and Streets, New York, 1948 Photo by Todd Webb

Look Back At 1979 NYC Through This Tourist's Old Photos: Gothamist

Photos from one young man's trip to NYC in the when the city was known as 'Fear City.

Horn & Hardart's Automat at 6th avenue and 57th street in the 1980s. Image via Flickr by Carl Burton

Vintage Photos: Horn & Hardart’s Street Automat Now a NYC Hilton Vacation Club

vintage everyday: Pell Street, New York, circa 1900

vintage everyday: Pell Street, New York, circa 1900

Photographers Capture 'Disappearing Face' of New York City Storefronts --- http://mashable.com/2014/04/03/new-york-city-storefronts/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link

Photographers Capture "Disappearing Face" of New York City Storefronts

Changing NYC Storefronts Documented Across a Decade - My Modern Metropolis

FAO Schwarz at 745 5th Ave location vintage everyday: Wonderful Color Photographs of Fifth Avenue, New York City in the 1970s

FAO Schwarz at 745 Ave location vintage everyday: Wonderful Color Photographs of Fifth Avenue, New York City in the

NYC 1905

lostsplendor: “On the Avenue: Manhattan, 1905 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive) "Looking south along Fifth Avenue and East Street" ”

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Black and White Photos of '60s New York Make it Look Lovable

Photographer James Jowers - from The Eastman House - the iconic NY Public Library - love the many posers in thie photo

That's what New York City looked like in the 1950s. Warner Theater, New York, circa 1950 George Washington Bridge, circa 1950 ...

That's what New York City looked like in the Warner Theater, New York, circa 1950 George Washington Bridge, circa 1950 .

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