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Brooklyn Bridge in 1883

vintage everyday: Early Photography in America – 17 Rare Vintage Pictures of New York from between the

New York City Late 1800s Interior

The 4 Basics of Victorian Interior Design and Home Décor

French Naval Port of Brest ca 1850-1880 - One of the Oldest Surviving Photographs of the French Fleet

French Naval Port of Brest, ca - One of the Oldest Surviving Photographs of the Wooden Sailing French Fleet.

One of the oldest photos of New york City and was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

One of the oldest photos of New York Ciy. It was taken somewhere near the Five Points. While that is technically not the Lower East Side, the buildings with their awnings are representative of the shopping areas of lower Manhattan at the time.

The Woolworth Building Under Construction

The Woolworth Building Under Construction

"The Woolworth Building Under Construction" Print (Black Framed Poster Print

American troops clamber into a landing craft before hitting the beaches along France's Normandy coast in June 1944. The World War II operation was part of the massive Allied D-Day invasion to chase German forces out of France. An armada of landing vessels sits in the background under barrage balloons.

D-Day anniversary - Photos - D-Day 72nd anniversary

American assault forces hurdle over the side of a Coast Guard LCI into a landing barge, which will bring them into the fight to liberate France, during the Allied invasion of the Normandy, in June (AP Photo)

Old New York "Madison Square" 1828. View north from 21st Street looking up Broadway to Bloomingdale Road. The road turning to the right is the Boston Post Road in front of the wall of the former Arsenal, currently the House of Refuge for Juvenile Delinquents in this view.

Old New York "Madison Square" View north from Street looking up…

South Street, Manhattan 1800s

A view of New York City's South Street crowded with horses and carriages. Note: wires still on above-ground poles. (Photo: Library of Congress/Public Domain)

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