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U.S. Lower East Side Manhattan, NYC, 1940s // Photo: Rebecca Lepkoff

doyoulikevintage: “ Lower East Side Manhattan Photo: Rebecca Lepkoff ” I love this. Anybody ID the street?

Ride the Staten Island Ferry in New York. The 30-minute ride from Lower Manhattan to Staten Island delivers spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. From the broad expanse of New York Harbor, you’ll see what originally attracted the first European settlers to Manhattan.

Staten Island Ferry, New York- a must-its free and goes right past the statue of liberty and you can see ellis island in the distance.Plus a great photo op of the city from the water esp at night Brian and I had a great time doing this

New York, 1917. "Landship Recruit on Union Square." The U.S.S. Recruit, a wooden battleship erected by the Navy, served as a World War I recruiting station at Union Square from 1917 to 1920, when it "set sail" for Coney Island

New York, "Landship Recruit on Union Square. Recruit, a wooden battleship erected by the Navy, served as a World War I recruiting station at Union Square from 1917 to when it "set sail" for Coney Island. Vintage b&w NYC photo.

Demolished in the name of progress.

The Exchange Court Building in lower Manhattan was erected in In 1980 it was converted to a modern office building.

Manhattan circa 1906. "Trinity Building and Broadway, New York." Along with Trinity Church cemetery and its Independence Memorial Spire

Meet the Tenants: Manhattan circa "Trinity Building and Broadway, New York." Along with Trinity Church cemetery and its Independence Memorial Spire.

La construcción del Flatiron Building (Nueva York, 1902)

Flatiron Building, NYC :: The Manhattan landmark under construction ca, 1902 [Detroit Publishing Co]

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