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Fifth Ave

Ms Liberty - a unique angle photograph

There truly is nothing like NYC at Christmas.

Walk to Ferries New York 1962 Photo: Horst Schäfer

NYC Central park

such great heights

New York City was the capital of the United States from 1785 to 1790. It's still the nation's largest city.

Fleet Week in New York City. These tall ships are always so stunning to me.

Grand Central Station on New Years Eve 1969 Photo: Leonard Freed

Kids over doorway. NYC, 1939

Workers atop the Woolworth Building, #NewYork, 1926

rogerwilkerson: 47th Street - New York - 1957 - photograph by André Robé

May 08, 1945 — Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

Berenice Abbott, Exchange Place, New York, 1933.

via New York Photographer Evan Joseph

Evolution of the NYC Skyline

Central Park

New York c. 1900. "Chinatown--Mott Street."

The Highline NYC

Henri Cartier Bresson (World War II is coming to an end. A mother and a son reuniting? As they embrace in the crowded port of New York, their faces are barely visible. But we can clearly see expressions of others waiting for their beloved ones: tense, hesitant, impatient, cautiously joyful. “New York 1946” states the caption. Cartier-Bresson felt nothing more elaborate was needed.)

Rainy Night, New York City

new yorker reads a newspaper, 1940

the flatiron building

LOUIS STETTNER, 1979, ‘TWIN TOWERS, WORLD TRADE CENTER’, NEW YORK

Empire State by Florian Muller