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    1930’s Teen Delinquents - Someone really needs to make a movie out of this picture!

    London, 1916. Woman working as a Conductor

    Cheerleaders c.1950s

    Family time in New York City (1936)

    Alfred Eisenstadt: Soldier says goodbye at Penn Station, New York 1944

    New York circa 1903. "The Flatiron Building."

    Young gentleman in his Sunday finery glances at a young woman in a ruffled dotted-swiss dress, as she passes him on the street, Mississippi, 1937. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    World War II ~ In this and dozens of other, similar pictures made at New York's Penn Station in 1944, LIFE's Alfred Eisenstaedt captured a private moment repeated in public millions of times over the course of the war: a guy, a girl, a goodbye — and no assurance that he'll make it back. By war's end, more than 400,000 American troops had been killed.

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    A soldier says goodbye to his wife and infant child in Pennsylvania Station before shipping put for service in World War II, New York, New York, 1943.

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

    The insane mess of telephone wires over New York in the 1880′s These photos of a morass of telephone wires in New York City were taken in 1887 and 88, only a little more than 10 years after the telephone was first patented…

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    New York City. Turn of the 20th century

    John Jacob Astor at the train that would take him and his bride to the Titanic. Astor’s body was recovered and because his body was badly crushed and covered in soot, Astor is believed to have been smashed by the first smokestack as it fell from Titanic. His body was identified by the initials sewn on the lapel of his jacket. Among the items found on him was a gold watch which his son, Vincent, claimed and wore the rest of his life.

    A train of Jewish prisoners is liberated. This marvellous picture was taken by Major Clarence L. Benjamin. He recounted: “At the instant a few of the train people saw our tanks and first realized they had been liberated. Many of those close to the train are not yet aware of their liberation.”

    New York City. - Times Square in the 1920s

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    New York 1900