Berenice Abbott - Manhattan, 1937. S)

Manhattan 1937 ( photography by Berenice Abbott )

Summer 1938. New York street scene, Seventh Avenue at West 125th.

Summer New York City street scene, Seventh Avenue at West Vintage picture

Second ans Third Ave Lines 1936 Berenice Abbott

Second ans Third Ave Lines 1936 Berenice Abbott

This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960 - Neighborhoods - The Atlantic Cities

This Is What an 11-Foot Storm Surge in New York Looked Like in 1960

Flooding on West and Cortlandt Streets, brought by Hurricane Donna, which laid waste to Florida and on up the East Coast. Photo: Allyn Baum/The New York Times

*I'm a swell kid: Quand je serai grande, je veux être Berenice Abbott

Berenice Abbott - Changing New-York

Berenice Abbott: I like how the buildings in the background are a little faded giving the photo depth.

Brooklyn Bridge, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn by Berenice Abbott / American Art

Jamaica Ave, NYC, 1930s.  (Image: Retronaut) #NYCLove

Billboards and signs, Fulton Street between State street and Ashland place Brooklyn, New York 1935 Berenice Abbott

Berenice ABBOTT:  Radio Row, Cortlandt St, Manhattan, 1936 / VINTAGE / STAMPED!  | eBay

Berenice ABBOTT: Radio Row, Cortlandt St, Manhattan, 1936 / VINTAGE / STAMPED

World Trade Center - Wikipedia The Radio Row in with the Cortlandt Street station in the background, as seen in a photograph by Berenice Abbott

Seventh Avenue Looking South from 35th Street, Manhattan - by Berenice Abbott

liquidnight: “ Berenice Abbott Seventh Avenue Looking South from Street, December 1935 From Berenice Abbott: Changing New York ”

Herald Square 1923

NYC Herald Square, With an EL train and trams! Oh I wish we had trams.

Monday’s Photography Inspiration – Samuel H Gottscho

Paramount Theater, 43rd Street and Broadway,1937, photo by George Mann and the George Mann Archive.

The George Mann Archive Paramount Theatre 1937

New York, imagine din 1905.

Look at this shot taken on West Street back in 1905 (ish). It states ‘Enormously wide sidewalks and high storefront windows became a trademark of NYC - many of those building still have the beautifully detailed stonework to this day.

View of Midtown Manhattan, 1939. By Alfred Eisenstaedt.

View of Midtown Manhattan, 1939 - Photographed By Alfred Eisenstaedt.

Street Scene: Union Square, New York City, 1904. Appears to be Easter weekend.

American Gilded Age era street scene, Policemen and pedestrians, walking past flower vendor display, in NYC.

Idea para fotografía original de la clase   -   Idea original photograph of the class   -   Idee per foto di classe originali

nice Children in make-believe pictures cleverly arranged on the floor

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