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I would be in favor of more hats for men and for women. (New York, 1950, photo by David Vestal)

Fritz Henle / Empire State Building from my window at the Americana, c.1960

NYC. Sailor on the Brooklyn Bridge, 1950 // by Fritz Henle

"Do skyscrapers ever grow tired/ Of holding themselves up high?/ Do they ever shiver on frosty nights/ With their tops against the sky?/ Do they feel lonely sometimes,/ Because they have grown so tall?/ Do they ever wish they could lay right down/ And never get up at all?" poetess: Rachel Field.

New York / photo by Thomas Hawk Comment ne pas avoir envie de sauter ?

NYC. "all men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."

Union Square, New York City, 1950. Photo by Louis Faurer.

You can see the grid pattern on the Island that makes getting around Manhattan much easier -- above 14th St., that is!