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Marjan en Jaap Fontijn voor hun broodjeszaak aan de Haarlemmerstraat wie, wat, wanneer, waar Foto: collectie Fred Fontijn

1935 - A view of the Haarlemmerstraat in Amsterdam. In the entrance of the sandwich shop owners Marjan and Jaap Fontein.

Straatverkoper van peren, -Amsterdam, 1934. Bijschrift foto: "hoeveel peeren wenscht mijnheer?" Street vendor of pears. Caption of photo: H...

1935 - Street vendor selling “hot pears” in a street in Amsterdam.

This is what Amsterdam looked like in the 1930s.

58 Amazing Old Pictures Documented Everyday Life of Amsterdam in the ~ vintage everyday

1935. A view of the illuminated Haarlemmerpoort or Willemspoort at the Haarlemmerplein in Amsterdam. The current version of the Haarlemmerpoort was inaugurated in 1840 by Koning Willem II. The gate was built according to the neoclassical style of the first half of the 19th century. Over time it served many purposes, including a train station, police station, municipal offices and public housing. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam. #amsterdam #1935 #Haarlemmerpoort #Willemspoort

1935. A view of the illuminated Haarlemmerpoort or Willemspoort at the Haarlemmerplein in Amsterdam. The current version of the Haarlemmerpoort was inaugurated in 1840 by Koning Willem II. The gate was built according to the neoclassical style of the first half of the 19th century. Over time it served many purposes, including a train station, police station, municipal offices and public housing. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam. #amsterdam #1935 #Haarlemmerpoort #Willemspoort

Amsterdam: De Jodenbreestraat met in het verlengde de Muiderstraat en dan rechts de Portugese Snoche inde jaren 30

Amsterdam: De Jodenbreestraat met in het verlengde de Muiderstraat en dan rechts de Portugese Snoche inde jaren 30

Rommelmarkten. Grote drukte op de Noordermarkt te Amsterdam, Nederland 1930-1940.

Rommelmarkten. Grote drukte op de Noordermarkt te Amsterdam, Nederland 1930-1940.

1934. A view of the river Amstel in Amsterdam. In the background the Munttoren at Muntplein. The river Amstel begins where the river Drecht and the Aarkanaal merge near the town of Nieuwveen and then runs through Amsterdam. The Amstel ends at Muntplein where it flows into Spui and Rokin. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam / Nico Swaager. #amsterdam #1934 #Amstel

Canal at Singel in Amsterdam. To the right is the Munttoren (Mint Tower) built in Kanal vid Singel i Amsterdam. Till höger i bilden Mynttornet byggt Location: Amsterdam, Nord-Holland, the Netherlands, Nederland Photograph by: Berit Wallenberg Date:

1930’s. Director of the Nationale Jeugdstorm C. van Geelkerken speaks at Dam square in Amsterdam. Van Geelkerken co-founded the NSB with Anton Mussert and became later director of the Nationale Jeugdstorm (NJS), a political youth organization modeled after the German Hitlerjugend. Photo NIOD / A. G. Swart. #amsterdam #1930 #NSB #Geelkerken #Mussert

1930’s. Director of the Nationale Jeugdstorm C. van Geelkerken speaks at Dam square in Amsterdam. Van Geelkerken co-founded the NSB with Anton Mussert and became later director of the Nationale Jeugdstorm (NJS), a political youth organization modeled after the German Hitlerjugend. Photo NIOD / A. G. Swart. #amsterdam #1930 #NSB #Geelkerken #Mussert

1936. A couple under a lamp post at De Nes near Langebrugsteeg in Amsterdam. Nes is a narrow street in the center of Amsterdam. It runs parallel to and to the east of Rokin. In the early 1800’s, Nes became a center for entertainment. Its attractions included brothels, café-chantants and artists’ cafés. By the 1960s, Nes had become known as a theatrical quarter with sites including Frascati, Engelenbak and De Brakke Grond. Stadsardhief Amsterdam / E. van Moerkerken. #amsterdam #1950 #Nes

1936. A couple under a lamp post at De Nes near Langebrugsteeg in Amsterdam. Nes is a narrow street in the center of Amsterdam. It runs parallel to and to the east of Rokin. In the early 1800’s, Nes became a center for entertainment. Its attractions included brothels, café-chantants and artists’ cafés. By the 1960s, Nes had become known as a theatrical quarter with sites including Frascati, Engelenbak and De Brakke Grond. Stadsardhief Amsterdam / E. van Moerkerken. #amsterdam #1950 #Nes

1930’s. A view of a neoclassic-style façade of a liquor store at Overtoom number 71 in Amsterdam-West. Today this is a Domino’s pizza store. The Overtoom is a street that connects the Stadhouderskade with the Amstelveenseweg. In the 1800’s the street was a canal that, after the construction of the Jacob van Lennepkade, was filled-in in 1904, making it a wide exit route, originating at the Leidseplein, to the Amstelveenseweg. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam / Jan van Dijk. #amsterdam #1930…

1930’s. A view of a neoclassic-style façade of a liquor store at Overtoom number 71 in Amsterdam-West. Today this is a Domino’s pizza store. The Overtoom is a street that connects the Stadhouderskade with the Amstelveenseweg. In the 1800’s the street was a canal that, after the construction of the Jacob van Lennepkade, was filled-in in 1904, making it a wide exit route, originating at the Leidseplein, to the Amstelveenseweg. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam / Jan van Dijk. #amsterdam #1930…

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1935 - 1940. Het Naco-huisje at Steiger 6 at the Ruyterkade in Amsterdam, behind the Centraal Station. The Naco-huisje, designed by architect Guillaume la Croix, was built in 1919 and has been at the original location at Het IJ, behind the Centraal Station, till the 1990’s when it was temporarily removed to facilitate the expansion of the Centraal Station. #amsterdam #1940 #Ruyterkade #Nacohuisje

1935 - 1940. Het Naco-huisje at Steiger 6 at the Ruyterkade in Amsterdam, behind the Centraal Station. The Naco-huisje, designed by architect Guillaume la Croix, was built in 1919 and has been at the original location at Het IJ, behind the Centraal Station, till the 1990’s when it was temporarily removed to facilitate the expansion of the Centraal Station. #amsterdam #1940 #Ruyterkade #Nacohuisje

Dierenmishandeling is zelf-vernedering!  Anti trekhondenbond, 1931.  Foto is in eigendom van Spaarnestad Photo/Nationaal Archief/fotograaf onbekend/gahetna.nl www.facebook.com/oudamsterdammer

1935 - A view of the Regulierbreestraat in Amsterdam. On the right a truck of the Anti Trekhonden Bond (association against cart-dog).

1935. A view of Muntplein in Amsterdam. Muntplein is, in fact, a wide bridge that crosses Singel at the point where it flows into the Amstel. Muntplein is named after the Munttoren tower which stands on the square. The square is a bustling intersection of six streets and forms the southern end of the Kalverstraat. The name Muntplein dates back to 1917, before this date it was called Sophiaplein and till 1877 Schapenplein. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam / J. van Eck. #amsterdam #1935 #Muntplein

1935. A view of Muntplein in Amsterdam. Muntplein is, in fact, a wide bridge that crosses Singel at the point where it flows into the Amstel. Muntplein is named after the Munttoren tower which stands on the square. The square is a bustling intersection of six streets and forms the southern end of the Kalverstraat. The name Muntplein dates back to 1917, before this date it was called Sophiaplein and till 1877 Schapenplein. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam / J. van Eck. #amsterdam #1935 #Muntplein

Amsterdam Oude schans 1935 | by janwillemsen

Amsterdam Oude schans 1935 | by janwillemsen

1930. A view of the Eerste Helmersstraat in Amsterdam-West seen in the direction of the Nassaukade. The Eerste Helmersstraat is part of the Helmersbuurt neighborhood, which consists of the Eerste, Tweede and Derde Helmersstraat. It was built between 1891 and 1902. The Eerste Helmersstraat is a relatively long street that runs between the Derde Kostverlorenkade and Nassaukade and is crossed by the Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam. #amsterdam #1930 #Helmersstraat

1930. A view of the Eerste Helmersstraat in Amsterdam-West seen in the direction of the Nassaukade. The Eerste Helmersstraat is part of the Helmersbuurt neighborhood, which consists of the Eerste, Tweede and Derde Helmersstraat. It was built between 1891 and 1902. The Eerste Helmersstraat is a relatively long street that runs between the Derde Kostverlorenkade and Nassaukade and is crossed by the Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat. Photo Stadsarchief Amsterdam. #amsterdam #1930 #Helmersstraat

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