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Working at high altitudes, Woolworth Building, New York, 1926

Working at high altitudes, Woolworth Building, New York, 1926 (how'd the guy in overalls even get where he was?) These photos intrigue me to no end

NYC scrap metal drive - Ansonia Hotel at Broadway and 73rd St.

1942 photo (published in Over Here: New York City During World War II, by Lorraine B. Diehl) showing workmen removing a cornice from the roof of the Upper West Side’s Ansonia Hotel.

Arbeiter auf dem Empire State Building

A steel worker rests on a girder at the floor of the new Empire State Building during construction in New York City, September The tower of the Chrysler Building can be seen in background, left. (Photo by AP Photo)

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A British wounded soldier and a German prisoner sharing a cigarette at an Advanced Dressing Station near Épehy , 18 September 1918.

WWI British and German soldiers exchange cigarettes, gifts, and addresses during Christmas Truce, 1914 This isn't world war 2 but it's a great picture regardless.

A Knocker-up (sometimes known as a knocker-upper) was a profession in England and Ireland that started during and lasted well into the Industrial Revolution and at least as late as the 1920s, before alarm clocks were affordable or reliable. A knocker-up’s job was to rouse sleeping people so they could get to work on time. Mary Smith earned sixpence a week shooting dried peas at sleeping workers windows - Photograph from Philip Davies’ Lost London: 1870 - 1945. S)

Before alarm clocks there were knocker-upper's. Mary Smith earned sixpence a week shooting dried peas at sleeping workers windows. Limehouse Fields. London. . Undated. Photograph from Philip Davies' Lost London: 1870 - 1945.

A Knocker-up ’s job was to rouse sleeping people so they could get to work on time. Mary Smith earned sixpence a week shooting dried peas at sleeping workers windows - Photograph from Philip Davies’ Lost London: 1870 - S)

Created By The Poor, Stolen By The Rich...

Created By The Poor, Stolen By The Rich...

Rue Mademoiselle

unknown photographer, paris, 1928 Black and White vintage eiffel tower architecture france

Imágenes del Empire State que te provocarán vértigo

Imágenes del Empire State que te provocarán vértigo

Ikonenhafte Aufnahme von 1914: Mehr als ein halbes Dutzend Maler hängt in den Seilen der Brooklyn Bridge - festgehalten vom langjährigen offiziellen Fotografen der Baubehörde, Eugene de Salignac.

Ikonenhafte Aufnahme von 1914: Mehr als ein halbes Dutzend Maler hängt in den Seilen der Brooklyn Bridge - festgehalten vom langjährigen offiziellen Fotografen der Baubehörde, Eugene de Salignac.

Funeral do Presidente Kennedy

Funeral of President Kennedy. (still hurts, seeing this pic)

Über Google auf viewing.nyc gefunden

Über Google auf viewing.nyc gefunden

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