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Livin In The City
They've grown up and out over the years, but the hustle and bustle of the lifestyle remains. Here we feature the people and places that make up the day-to-day…
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Vintage New York
central park 1900
Two women on a bike making the best of times for themselves. c1927 #yougogirl #oldphotos #cityliving #bicycle
New York circa 1905. "Fifth Avenue after a snow storm."
Someone's gotta tend to the skyscrapers. Woolworth Building, New York, 1926.
Photographie New York
Same as it ever was -- an epic snowstorm means stopped up city streets. I imagine it took much longer to clear back then... c1887-1888, New York City
Lewis Wickes Hine
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Shoe shine boy doing his daily work.
"Sunday Morning Solo at Locust and Fourth Street." Fiddle player entertaining building workers. St. Louis, Mo. Photograph by Ralph Ross, 1935. Missouri History Museum
"The Mississippi River frozen 'solid', February 1905". Woman crossing frozen river during Ice Gorge of 1905. Missouri History Museum.
Black White Photos
Black And White Photography
Puddle jumping to drier sidewalks. c 1930s
Photo New York
Shorpy Historical Photos
On the Avenue: Rolling down 5th Avenue in New York City, 1905
World War One
What we call "Veterans Day" today was originally "Armistice Day," marking the day WWI ended. In this photo, Americans celebrate news of German surrender on Wall Street, November 1918.
355-A zebra in Brixton c.1912
Say what?? Patented in the United States in 1922 and popular in 1930’s London, the baby cage was intended for city folk whose kids weren’t getting enough fresh air, sunshine and fractured skulls.
World Trade Center
1909 Hudson Terminal Building, site of the future WorldTrade Center
Newsies endulge in the once commonplace, "harmless" cigarette after a day of work in St. Louis
Pier Paolo Pasolini
50 & Fabulous
Women use a horse trough, once a common item in the streets of major cities, to give their ducks some exercise. image from The Past Comes Alive: History in High-Definition on Shorpy.com - TIME LightBox
A lovely lady feeding the pigeons in the Common. Boston, Massachusetts. c1915
A Motorcycle Cop (seriously) in 1924 in Washington, DC. Dig the wheels!
New York Photographie
New York Vintage
1900 NYC - clothes lines and high rises
Good little girls on the sidewalk