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May 1943. "New York. A tenement house in Harlem." Note the sign advising of COVER. Photo by Gordon Parks, Office of War Information.  Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Wise Valet: 1943 high-resolution photo

A tenement house in Harlem." Note the sign advising of COVER. Photo by Gordon Parks, Office of War Information.

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

Times Square theaters by day. The Times Building, Loew's Theatre, Hotel Astor, Gaiety Theatre and other landmarks are featured in this January, 1938 photo - Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic

Harlem 1940s and 1950s | Harlem Heritage Tourism & Cultural Center Exhibitions « Harlem ...

Harlem Heritage Tourism and Cultural Center exhibitions totally centered on the heritage of Harlem. Visit us during Black History Month 2015 and all throughout the year.

La Primadora cigar shop at 1153 Broadway in New York circa 1920. The owner, civic leader and entrepreneur Max Schwarz, died in 1940.

La Primadora cigar shop at 1153 Broadway in New York circa The owner, civic leader and entrepreneur Max Schwarz, died in

56th Street and 6th Avenue, S.W. corner. - 1940

Street and Avenue, S.

Oct. 8, 1939. "315 Seventh Avenue, New York City. General view." William Hohauser's 1920s skyscraper presides over the fur district, which includes the Bilt-Rite Fur Machine Co. 5x7 negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

315 Seventh Avenue, New York City. William Hohauser's skyscraper presides over the fur district, which includes the Bilt-Rite Fur Machine Co.

Loew's Inwood Theatre - 132 Dyckman Street at Post Avenue New York, N.Y. 10040 Loew's Inwood Theatre, located on Dyckman Street opposite Post Avenue in the Inwood area of Upper Manhattan, opened in the early 1920s. The theatre had 1,874 seats.

Loew's Inwood Theatre - 132 Dyckman Street at Post Avenue New York, N. 10040 Loew's Inwood Theatre, located on Dyckman Street opposite Post Avenue in the Inwood area of Upper Manhattan, opened in the early The theatre had seats.

125th St. 1935. Old Pics New York City! - Page 105 - SkyscraperCity

Soul Looks Back And Wonder - Looking east from Avenue at the traffic and buildings on Street in Harlem. The Apollo Theater is on the left - African American Vintage Photography