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Never Forget, 9-11-01... Twin towers and statue of liberty...gone but never forgotten...The World Trade Center, NYC..I never got to visit them, but a book about a little girl who ate at Windows on the World restaurant helped urge on a lifelong fascination with and love for New York City.

Never Forget, 9-11-01... Twin towers and statue of liberty...gone but never forgotten...The World Trade Center, NYC..I never got to visit them, but a book about a little girl who ate at Windows on the World restaurant helped urge on a lifelong fascination with and love for New York City.

Manhattan c1900 yard of tenement building with laundry hung out to dry

Manhattan c1900 yard of tenement building with laundry hung out to dry

Never Forget, 9-11-01... Twin towers and statue of liberty...gone but never forgotten...The World Trade Center, NYC..I never got to visit them, but a book about a little girl who ate at Windows on the World restaurant helped urge on a lifelong fascination with and love for New York City.

Never Forget, 9-11-01... Twin towers and statue of liberty...gone but never forgotten...The World Trade Center, NYC..I never got to visit them, but a book about a little girl who ate at Windows on the World restaurant helped urge on a lifelong fascination with and love for New York City.

Jewish Market on the East Side, New York between 1890 and 1901 Detroit Publishing Co. The three story building at the left of this image shows an example of the older wooden tenement houses. As described in an 1873 article in Harpers Weeky this type of wooden structure was "liable at any time to take fire, and from its position, and from the fact that it is unprovided with fire escapes, such a casualty might involve a frightful loss of life. "

Jewish Market on the East Side, New York between 1890 and 1901 Detroit Publishing Co. The three story building at the left of this image shows an example of the older wooden tenement houses. As described in an 1873 article in Harpers Weeky this type of wooden structure was "liable at any time to take fire, and from its position, and from the fact that it is unprovided with fire escapes, such a casualty might involve a frightful loss of life. "

1941 Empire State. Taken from NJ using a homemade telephoto lens. Andreas Feininger photo. Lumas

1941 Empire State. Taken from NJ using a homemade telephoto lens. Andreas Feininger photo. Lumas

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