Grand Central Terminal

Photography by John Collier, 1941

Grand Central Terminal at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, autumn of 1941.

The picture is part of the Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Photograph Collection.



Cocktail Bar and Restaurant at Hunts Point Market

Photography by Nat Fein, 1967

Cocktail bar and restaurant at Hunts Point Market, the Bronx.

The picture is part of  the New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection.



D-Day Parade

Photography by Howard Hollem, Edward Meyer or MacLaugharie, 1944

Part of the parade on D-Day, Madison Square.

The picture is part of the Office of War Information Photograph Collection.



Broadway North from 38th Street

Date created/published: ca. 1920

Broadway north from 38th Street, showing Winter Garden Theatre, Maxine Elliott Theatre (demolished in 1960), Casino Theatre (demolished in 1930), and Knickerbocker Theatre (demolished in 1930).



Fifth Avenue on a Winter Morning

Date created/published: between 1900 and 1906

Fifth Avenue on a winter morning. Madison Square at left.

The picture is part of  the Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection.



Italian Bread Peddlers, Mulberry St.

Date Created/Published: ca. 1900

Mulberry Street is a principal thoroughfare in Manhattan. It was historically at the center of the infamous Five Points. Mulberry is between Baxter and Mott Streets. It runs north to south through the old center of Little Italy.

The picture is part of  the Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection.



Police Standing on the Street During the 1964 Harlem Riots

Photography by Stanley Wolfson, 1964

Police officers standing on the street with guns drawn and pointing upwards during the July 1964 Harlem race riots.

The picture is part of  the New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection.



The 1964 Harlem Riots at Seventh Ave. and 126th St.

Photography by Dick De Marsico, 1964

Police officer confronts a group at Seventh Ave. and 126th St. during renewed violence in Harlem.

The picture is part of  the New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection.



Lt. Gilligan & The 1964 Harlem Riots

Photography by Dick De Marsico, 1964

The fatal shooting of James Powell, 15, stirred Negro rioters to race through Harlem streets carrying pictures of Lt. Thomas R. Gilligan.

The picture is part of  the New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection.



New York City Police Band

Date Created/Published: Unknown

The picture is part of George Grantham Bain Collection, one of America’s earliest news picture agencies.



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