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บล็อกวันนี้นำเสนอภาพถ่ายขาวดำ ของเหตุการณ์ในอดีตของมหานครนิวยอร์ก เป็นภาพถ่ายประมาณช่วงปีค.ศ.1900 – 1951 หรือประมาณ 61 - 112 ปีที่แล้ว มีทั้งภาพถ่ายชีวิตประจำวัน ภาพถ่ายการก่อสร้าง ภาพถ่ายธุรกิจการทำงาน ภาพถ่ายอาชญากรรม .. ปัจจุบันภาพถ่ายเหล่านี้นับเป็นภาพประวัติศาสตร์ที่มีคุณค่าและหาดูได้ยาก จขบ.นำภาพถ่ายมาจาก เว็บ theatlantic.com
Sunlight floods in through windows in the vaulted main room of New York City's Grand Central Terminal, illuminating the main concourse, ticket windows and information kiosk. Photo taken ca. 1935-1941. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Aerial view of New York City, looking north, on December 16, 1951. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
28th Street Looking east from Second Avenue, on April 4, 1931. Google map streetview today. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Meeker Avenue Bridge under construction, looking south, showing Brooklyn approach, on June 29, 1939 (Joseph Shelderfer/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Shadows are cast beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, seen from a stable roof, on May 6, 1918. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A worker on the Brooklyn Bridge, on November 19, 1928. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Markus Mercury Wheel Club, Flushing Race Track, bicyclists ready to race in June of 1894. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Original City Hall subway station, IRT Lexington Avenue Line, in 1904. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Coney Island looking east from Steeplechase Pier showing Sunday bathers, crowd on beach, on July 30, 1922. (Rutter, Edward E./Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A two-horse team street cleaner, with sprayer, squeegee, and roller at rear. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
An experimental exposure made on the Queensboro Bridge, on February 9, 1910. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Italian vegetable sidewalk stand, on Bleeker Street, near Church of Our Lady of Pompeii, in August of 1937. (Bofinger, E.M./Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. The guy at #12 might be the young Vito Corleone as played by De Niro in The Godfather II. Very much lookalike
Lower Manhattan skyline at night, seen from either the Staten Island Ferry or Governor's Island, in February of 1938. (Bofinger, E. M./Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. #13 is from the harbor around Governor's Island, not from under the Brooklyn Bridge. The canyon of Broadway on the left wouldn't be visible from the bridge. With the direct angle on the south ferry terminals I'd place it on the Staten Island Ferry - similar to this, from the 50s:
Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History, West 81st St, between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Red Hook Swimming Pool, Clinton, Bay & Henry Streets, Brooklyn. Bathers as far as the eye can see. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. I was born on the lower east-side of NYC in 1939. We swam in the East River, played stick-ball in the streets, we also swam in the Pitt Street City Pool. We played in old abandoned buildings called, 'the boogies', Built pigeon coops on our roofs. We also belonged to the Henry Street Settlement House and the Educational Alliance.
Queensboro Bridge under construction, on August 8, 1907. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
The Queensboro Bridge, showing reconstruction of tracks looking east, on November 22, 1929. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A one-legged newspaper boy and other "newsies", on Delancey Street, on December 26, 1906. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
New York Police Department evidence photo, homicide scene. Jos Kellner, 404 East 54th Street, murdered in hallway, on January 7, 1916. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Powell House at 195th Street and 58th Avenue North, Queens, on May 20, 1941 (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Times Square theaters by day, in New York City. The Times Building, Loew's Theatre, Hotel Astor, Gaiety Theatre and other landmarks are featured in this January, 1938 photo. (Bofinger, E.M./Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
An aerial view of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, on January 27, 1965. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A view from the Williamsburg Bridge, looking west, showing congested traffic in Manhattan, on January 29, 1923. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Painters suspended on cables of the the Brooklyn Bridge, on October 7, 1914. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. I WAS BORN IN 1934 AND REMEMBERED AND RECONIZED A LOT OF PICTURES. IT WAS GREAT GOING BACK IN TIME. I NOTICED A LOT OF MEN WORKED IN THE SUITS EVEN THE MEN PAINTING THE BRIDGES. TO SEE THE CLOTHES HANGING ON THE LINE WAS GREAT, I USE TO HANG THEM UP LIKE THAT FOR MY MOM. THE CROWDS OF PEOPLE THAT WENT TO THE STADIUM TO WATCH BASEBALL. IT WAS ALL FUN NOW THAT I LOOK BACK AT IT, WE WERE ALL POOR TOGETHER AND THERE WAS MORE PATRIOTISM AMONG THE PEOPLE.. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
A Hooverville in Brooklyn, ca. 1930-1932. The area is now Red Hook Park in Brooklyn. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
New York Police Department Evidence photo. Homicide victim - overhead view, ca. 1916-1920. At the corners, note the legs of the tripod supporting the camera above the body. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A Subway Road Comes up for air in Brooklyn -- in background, a view of Manhattan from subway elevated tracks, 8th Street, Brooklyn, New York, on March 21, 1938. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Yankee Stadium, Yankees on the field during a game, ca. 1935-1947. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A man reads a newspaper on New York's 6th Ave. and 40th St, with the headline: "Nazi Army Now 75 Miles From Paris.", on May 18, 1940. (AP Photo/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
New York Fire Department demonstration of a steam pumper converted from horse-drawn to motor-driven, at 12th Avenue and 56th Street. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Men cut ice from Kissena Lake in Queens, ca. 1860-1900. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Children and adults with herd of sheep in the Sheep Meadow in Central Park, New York City, ca. 1900-1910. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Part of the superstructure of the under-construction Manhattan Bridge rises above Washington Street in New York, on June 5, 1908. (AP Photo/Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. #33 is at Washington St in Brooklyn (now DUMBO area), not "New York," which usually designates Manhattan (Washington St in Manhattan is on the West Side in Tribeca/West Village, not near the Manhattan Bridge)
Manhattan Bridge, under-construction, seen from the roof of Robert Gair Building, showing suspenders and saddles, on February 11, 1909. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Aboard a police boat on October 10, 1934, New York Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia hacks away at confiscated slot machines about to be destroyed and dumped into New York harbor. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. #35 shows 'The Little Flower' Mayor LaGuardia busting up and river dumping slot machines. (with lots of Buffalo Head nickles) He was a wonderful and honest man, though probably bible-brained. He chased the girlie shows out of Coney Island, to be replaced by then politically correct, freak shows.
A view down an alley, as rows and rows of laundry hang from tenements ca. 1935-1941. Seen looking west from 70 Columbus Avenue or Amsterdam Avenue at 63nd Street. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. Looking at the photo showing the many washlines with hanging clean laundry outside the tenements....it immediately brought back that wonderful, fresh, unforgettable fragrance that we experienced after bringing the dry laundry back into our kitchen. That fragrance remains with me today and I will never understand how my mother was able to hand wash, using a tub and wash board, all we needed for a family of five. She filled four lines, winter and summer, for so many years. We were all so fortunate to have experienced so many such wonderful things....New York City; my HOMETOWN!!!
A crowded street market under New York City Rail Road tracks, looking south on Park Avenue from 123rd Street in June of 1932. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A night view of Midtown Manhattan, looking south from Madison Avenue and the 50's, ca. 1935-1941. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Amid road construction, the Hudson Diner advertises "Tables for Ladies" on November 20, 1929, on Marginal Street, looking east from 125th Street. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Ninth Avenue El trains with passengers on 2 levels of tracks, 66th Street El station in background, in October of 1933. Photo taken on Columbus Avenue, northwest of Lincoln Square & 65th Street. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
The S.S. Normandie, seen from a Staten Island ship steaming through upper bay on its way to a river pier built for it, ca. 1935-1941. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A view of the city from the Brooklyn Tower of the Brooklyn Bridge, on April 24, 1933. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A view of the city from the New York tower of George Washington Bridge, 168th Street & Hudson River, on December 22, 1936. (Jack Rosenzwieg/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. #43 is my favorite.. NYC is my all time favorite place on earth. So much history, braveness, art, beauty: everything in one single place! absolutely magnificent collection of photos, as a photographer I can only imagine the patience and dedication used to take these photos, Bravo!!
Fire Boats fight a blaze at Grace Line Pier 57, West 15th St, near the National Biscuit Co. building. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Members of the New York Fire Department attend to a fire victim. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
The "Well", US Signal Corps Army Base Terminal, Port of Embarkation. Ration cases from crate cars are hoisted to warehouse bins for storage, ca. 1945-1946. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Water from firefighters' hoses freezes on the side of adjoining buildings. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Interior view of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) subway powerhouse, 58th to 59th Street, ca. 1904. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
42nd Street, looking west from 2nd Avenue. Chrysler Building at top right, "News Tavern" "Goblet Bar" at lower right, ca. 1935-1941. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Brooklyn Bridge painters at work high above the city, on December 3, 1915. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Aftermath of a collision on an elevated rail track. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com .. #51 is the result of an possible side-swipe switching accident on the 9th Ave El over Greenwich St between Carlilse and Albany Streets on April, 12, 1920, North of the Rector St Station. I have a couple of other photos of the Era that identify the location as, looking North from Carlilse, (similar to image #51) and looking South from Albany.
The Queensboro Bridge, leading to Manhattan, seen on May 1, 1912. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
A motorman operates a trolley cars near Williamsburg Bridge, on September 25, 1924. Signs advertise almonds, cold remedies, mustard, and stove polish. (Eugene de Salignac/Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
Comment in theatlantic.com ..
Great photos, notice the guys working or painting the bridges without any safety harnesses just a brush and a bucket of paint and tables for ladies whats that about!?
What a rich heritage and how lucky we both are to have been born and lived in the "Greatest City in the World" I was born in B'klyn 1933. The people were real, the streets fascinating as a child and the families close in many ways. Coney where sandwiches mixed with kicked up sand and itchy wool bathing suits and trolleys to get there with scratchy woven seats. Air Raid Wardens, Ration Books etc.
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