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People read their morning newspapers on New York's subway en route to work, 1963

Riders read their morning newspapers on New York's subway en route to work, on April 1963 after the end of the city's newspaper strike.

new york woman reading on subway 1966 - William Gedney

new york woman reading on subway 1966 - William Gedney

WW I flying ace, Frank Luke Jr., called the Arizona Balloon-Buster for his record in shooting down German observation balloons, which were usually heavily defended.  Did not survive the war. This picture was taken 11 days before his death.  http://www.pinterest.com/cycle301/ww1/

WW I flying ace, Frank Luke Jr., called the Arizona Balloon-Buster for his record in shooting down German observation balloons, which were usually heavily defended. Did not survive the war. This picture was taken 11 days before his death.

Rare Photos From 1966 Show the NYC Subway in Full Color http://gizmodo.com/rare-photos-from-1966-show-the-nyc-subway-in-full-color-1671949358

Rare Photos From 1966 Show the NYC Subway in Full Color

Enter The 1966 Subway System, Through Photographer Danny Lyon's Lens: Gothamist. I wonder whatever became of this boy.

Subway Riders, New York City, 1914 ~ Francis Luis Mora ~ (American: 1874-1940)

Planes Trains and Automobiles Archives - The Bowery Boys: New York City History Subway riders, painting by F.

Scene on the New York subway, 1969.

Underground Scene: New York's Subway Back in the Day

Sleep improves your mood, helps you to learn, clears your brain of toxins, and helps you concentrate. As if that weren’t enough, sleep has another benefit: It can help make you more creative.  | via @abmarkman @FastCompany

How Getting More Sleep Can Help You Solve Your Creative Problems

Sleep improves your mood, helps you to learn, clears your brain of toxins, and helps you concentrate. As if that weren’t enough, sleep has another benefit: It can help make you more creative.

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