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  • Gabriel Barliga

    Amazing vertical view on Manhattan #NYC - photo By Andreas Feininger [1944]

  • Untapped Cities

    Vintage Photo: Aerial Manhattan and NYC by Andreas Feininger... The photography of Andreas Feininger has come to define 1940s and 50s New York City, like this vintage aerial photograph of Manhattan in 1944

  • Lindy Gayle

    NYC Love. Vertical view of Manhattan over 10,000 feet high, 1944. #NYC #NewYork #NewYorkCity #Manhattan #BirdsEyeView

  • Kate

    The Big CIty.

  • Jody Leak

    Andreas Feininger Photo - Ariel View of New York's Midtown Manhattan, New York City, 1944

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