Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: The Curb Market: 1905.f you're wondering what those carts are all about, they are selling fruit, not vegetables, to the brokers, who often didn't have time for a proper lunch. Instead, they'd grab a couple of apples or bananas, etc., and go back inside for more trading.
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: The Curb Market: 1905, New York
New York circa 1900. "Chinatown -- Mott Street."
42nd Street, looking west from 2nd Avenue. Chrysler Building at top right, "News Tavern" "Goblet Bar" at lower right, ca. 1935-1941.
“We Always Sell The Best” Washington D.C, c. 1921 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
Times Square, 1919 — World Series results on remote scoreboard.
"London" in 1899 by Léonard Misonne (Gilly 1870 - Mons 1943). Belgian photographer who makes soft-focus landscapes. By the rigor of his work and the quality of his trials, Misonne became one of the leaders of Pictorialism. This movement advocated the idea, new at the time, that photographic image had to be designed, for using the same criteria and the same references than other arts.