Historical photograph of New York in a new light

Not so long ago, Reuel Golden released his new book, "New York, a portrait of the city." The book presents a set of photographs taken Ester Bubble (1921-1998) and Alvin Hofer (1922-2009), tells the story of the largest U.S. city, and there is really rare old photographs, which had not seen anyone.
Suggest taking a look at some of them.
1. 1964: The network of urban roads (Photo by Evelyn Hofer). In the archives of the New York Historical Society can also find plenty of lesser-known images in New York.
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2. 1877: Children playing on the beach of Coney Island. (George Bradford Brainerd (Brooklyn Museum / Brooklyn Public Library)
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3. 1907: The British passenger liner returned from his first voyage. At that time it was the largest ocean liner in the world. Until his death in 1915 by a German torpedo hit, "Lusitania" managed to make a 202 flight from Liverpool - New York.
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4. 1907: Delancey Street (photo by Eugene de Salignac (from the New York Municipal Archives). This street has always been famous for great discounts at clothing stores. a large poster in the picture, too, promises buyers a large discount.
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5. 1927: One of the archival photos taken by an unknown author.
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6. Construction of the Empire State Building on Manhattan Island. This 102-storey building for 40 years was not only the tallest skyscraper in New York, but throughout the world. The picture was taken about 1930
(Lewis Hine (George Eastman House)).
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7. 1937: a snapshot from the municipal archives in New York, owned by an unknown author.
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8. 1946.: that evening at a bar on the Bowery fun women only. During the Great Depression in this area were built many nochlezhek. (Photo by Erica Stone).
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9. Beginning of 1950. A man with a book on one of the city benches. Photo of Esther bubble.
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