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Manhattan's original post office in 1900

Gilded New York - the style of the wealthiest 19th century New Yorkers

Gilded New York - book lifts the lid on Vanderbilt mansion in the late

67th Street & Fifth Avenue (ca.1901)

After George Jay Gould Gilded Age tycoon, married actress Edith Kingdon, against his mother's wishes, his loathed financier/doting father, gave the young married couple this mansion on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Street in

Natural History Museum in London

Teodorik Menšl, Natural History Museum in London. Lovely lighting and style of window.

1964 TIMES TOWER ORIGINAL New York Times 42nd Street at 7th avenye NYC vintage photo NEW YORK CITY

⚜ New York City Nostalgia ⚜ Original New York Times Building in Times Square, New York at Street and Seventh Avenue, 1964 ``

Andrew Carnegie secretly purchased the land for his mansion in c.1898 during NYC's Gilded Age. Built in c.1903. Carnegie's UES mansion at 91st and 5th, is now the location for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

Andrew Carnegie secretly purchased the land for his mansion in 1898 during NYC's Gilded Age. Built in Carnegie's UES mansion at and is now the location for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

World's Fair, Flushing Meadows, the New York State Pavilion (designed by Philip Johnson), c. 1964

I love pictures from the 1964 World's Fair, Flushing Meadows, the New York State Pavilion (designed by Philip Johnson)

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Times Square on a rainy day.", NYC, March 1943 // Photo by John Vachon for the Office of War Information.

Fifth Avenue: 1908. If I had to pick any time period/location to be transported to, strangely it would be turn of the century New York City

New York circa "Fifth Avenue hotels north from Street What strikes me the most about this photo is it IS NY City and there is almost nobody on the sidewalks!

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