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Lower Manhattan circa 1903. "Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York."

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Houses of Worship: Trinity Church, Wall Street, 1903

Times Square, 1903 Construction of the Flat Iron Building

1903 - NYC, New York: New York Times Building under construction in soon-to-be named Times Square. This is one of the neatest photos I have ever seen!

New York circa 1902. "Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Fifth Avenue addition to the original 1874 structure nearing completion. The pyramids of rough-hewn limestone blocks in the Beaux-Arts cornice, intended to serve as the basis for four sculptural groups, remain unfinished to this day.

New York circa "Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Fifth Avenue addition to the original 1874 structure nearing completion.

NYC 1905

lostsplendor: “On the Avenue: Manhattan, 1905 (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive) “Looking south along Fifth Avenue and East Street” ”

New York circa 1912. "Fifth Avenue near 42nd Street." Among the many establishments making this their address is the curiously named Bureau of Social Requirements. 8x10 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

New York City circa 1912 vintage photo. “Fifth Avenue near Street.” Among the many establishments making this their address is the curiously named Bureau of Social Requirements. glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

Lower Manhattan circa 1904. "New York Stock Exchange, Wall and Broad streets."

Lower Manhattan circa "New York Stock Exchange, Wall and Broad streets." Note the not very successful attempt to retouch three ghost pedestrians out of the picture.

New York circa 1900. "Chinatown -- Mott Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

New York-Gilded Age Chinatown - Mott Street inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Death Star: 1902 The original Waldorf Astoria, torn down to make way for the Empire State Building, too bad they couldn't have found another place to put it, and left this beauty alone

historicaltimes: The original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel opens in combining the Astor and Waldorf hotels. It was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building and the hotel moved to 301 Park Ave. New York City, New York.

Ironworker, NYC

Obviously this man has no fear of heights New York City Iron Worker

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