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A complete history of New York City fire escapes - Balcony Seats to the City – Curbedclockmenumore-arrownoyes : The fire escape’s quirky history in urban life New York Motels with Private pools: Social Photography, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Travel Photography, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Jamel Shabazz, Fire Escape, Vintage New York
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5th Avenue. Harlem, 1978

5th Avenue. Harlem, New York City, 1978. Photo by Rene Burri (via)

A boy jumps off a jungle gym on to a mattress pile in a vacant lot in the Lower East Side, September Photo credit: Allan Tannenbaum — in New York, New York. Arcade, Alphabet City, Lower East Side, Vintage New York, Foto Art, Urban Life, Historical Photos, Black And White Photography, Old Photos
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Travel Back to NYC in the 1970s

Finally, photographer Allan Tannenbaum is releasing a new book of photographs that

Explore Rerrrr's photos on Photobucket. Harlem New York, Harlem Nyc, Harlem History, Old Paris, Vintage New York, Harlem Renaissance, The Old Days, Urban Life, Vintage Photography
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1970's harlem

1970's Harlem

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“Harlem, 1985 by Matt Weber ” - New York City Feelings New York Street, New York City, Harlem History, New York Architecture, Vintage New York, Chrysler Building, Old City, Street Photography, Urban Photography
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harlemcollective: “Harlem, 1985 | Photo: Matt Weber ”

Harlem through Gordon Parks' eyes: Celebrated photographer captures life in the city in Years before he became the first black photojournalist for Life magazine Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Photo New York, Picture Stand, Gordon Parks, Park Photography, City That Never Sleeps, High Resolution Photos, City Streets
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Harlem Beets: 1943 high-resolution photo

Vintage photographs available as fine-art prints or digital stock images

The pictures were taken from the book “The Pavements of New York” - photography by Nicolai Canetti and commentary by Sandy Leesberg. The pa. New York Pictures, New York Photos, New York City, Harlem New York, New York Photography, 1970s Photography, New York Architecture, City Pages, 42nd Street
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Wired New York Forum

This thread will feature pics of NYC in the 1970's. Please add pics if you have any. First off are b/w's from the 1977 blackout. Anyone remember that? I was just a little kid. Many here probably weren't even born yet. (UPDATE 11/09: Sorry, the b/w pics must have been deleted by the Flickr poster. I'll try to relocate them and repost ASAP) http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1296/809471511_a01ca20b41_o.gif http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1321/809472263_f6bc388ed0_o.jpg

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James Mitchell Harlem, New York City, c1960

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80's Harlem

In July 1970 Jack Garofalo photographed the neighborhood of Harlem, New York for Paris Match magazine. Once a borough with a thriving black population, Harlem was a black mecca up until World War I… French Photographers, Street Photographers, Leiden, Harlem New York, Harlem Nyc, By Any Means Necessary, Paris Match, 70s Fashion, American Fashion
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After the 1960s Harlem exodus, the people who stayed

In the 1960s, large numbers of residents left Harlem. Here are the people who stayed behind.

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Ann Petry wrote 30 years earlier than James Baldwin what it means, to live as young black woman in New York. Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Harlem New York, Harlem Nyc, Berenice Abbott, John James Audubon, Vintage New York, Vintage Black, Vintage Art
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“Harlem Kids”, 1939. Photo: Sid Grossman.

Photographer Camilo José Vergara studied the South Bronx and Lower East Side during a period of economic stagnation. Lower East Side, New York Street, New York City, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Black Photography, Inspiring Photography, Film Photography, Urban Decay
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Welcome to New York: the city of dreams in the 70s and 80s – in pictures

In the second of our three-part series documenting the changing landscapes of US cities, Camilo José Vergara hits the streets of New York City

 Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson leaning on his 1950 pink Cadillac convertible in front of two of his businesses (including restaurant) in Harlem St.) // (Photo by George Karger/Pix Inc.

~ “The Hope Diamond of Harlem” ~ Sugar Ray Robinson's 1950 (Flamingo Pink) Cadillac

Dapper Dan's Boutique in Harlem in it's hey day. This place changed the entire look of Hip Hop and African-American fashion forever. Harlem Nyc, Harlem New York, Jamel Shabazz, Streetwear, Custom Made Clothing, Dapper Dan, Harlem Renaissance, Hip Hop Fashion, 80s Fashion
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Gallery: Dapper Dan’s Greatest Creations

Outfits that defined an era.

across the street from my nyc @ convent (NE corner).