New York, New York, USA — View of The Holland tunnel Entrance Before a Holiday
25 Aug 1962, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA — New York: Construction worker walking along a steel girder on the Pan Am construction site with Chrysler Building in the background.
October 1930, Midtown, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA — New York City: Sign Painter at work high over 42nd Street.
30 Sep 1947, Bronx, New York, New York, USA — 9/30/1947-New York, NY: Yankee and Dodger fans are jamming the Yankee Stadium today for the opening of the World Series, to root for their teams. To W.M. Barrett, the Big Diamond Jubilee is strictly a business opportunity. He expects to do a booming trade selling Yankee souvenir programs. Bleachers were filled to teh bursting point at 10 A.M., hours before the game.
17 Feb 1947, New York, New York, USA — Members of the US Board of Tea Experts meet to taste teas. Left to right around the tasting table are J. Grayson Luttrell of Baltimore, Robert A. Lewis of Boston, George F. Mitchell of New York, Walter Hellyer of Chicago, Paul Ahrens of San Francisco, and William Harrington of New York and tea examiner.
01 Mar 1953, New York, New York, USA — The Giardina family watches daughter Susana with President Eisenhower on a television fundraiser for the American Red Cross
New York, New York, USA — Children of Public School #38, Clark and Dominick Streets, are ardent lovers of apples, and they eat their apples « publicly » to inform us that National Apple Week is due next week. They are, left to right: Beatrice Petrizzo, Rocco Laietto, Thelma Cordani, Lena D. Alesante.
05 Jun 1956, Queens, New York, New York, USA — She was pretty well tuckered out after a flight from the West Coast, but Marilyn Monroe puckered up like this on her arrival at Idlewild Airport. She celebrated her thirtieth birthday on the previous day. On her reported romance with playwright Arthur Miller, La Monroe would say nothing.
17 Oct 1952, New York, New York, USA — Picture of a boy in seventh heaven. This blond youngster is about to make a feast of one of Jahn’s most popular dishes. It’s called « Tall in the Saddle, » which is presumably the way one feels after finishing it. Jahn’s dates back to 1897 and no effort is spared to create concoctions that delight the eye and the palate and tickle the imagination.
04 Oct 1939, Bronx, New York, New York, USA — General view of Yankee Stadium, New York, showing part of packed grandstands and playing field, as New York edged Cincinnati, 2-1, in opening game of the 1939 World Series. An estimated 60,000 packed the Stadium.
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