New York city has such a rich history. Although I have never been there (but I will someday) I find it one of the most fascinating cities in the world.
For me to write a whole essay on the city would do it injustice, therefore below some pictures of its rich history.
A woman dressed in only heels and a barrel that reads “I Did My Bit, Did You?” stands in Times Square.
The promotion, organized by the United National Clothing Collection was part of drive to collect clothing and bedding for overseas war relief. April 1945..
Police attempt to enter the residence of the Collyer Brothers, a pair of legendary New York hoarders and recluses, after receiving reports of a foul smell coming from the house. They later found the bodies of the two brothers dead under a mountain of rubbish. 1947.
A window washer at work on the Empire State Building poses during a brief break from his duties. March 24, 1936.
French aerialist Philippe Petit walks a tightrope strung between the tops of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. 1974.
From a board stuck out from the 54th floor of the Chanin Building, daredevil pole sitter Alvin “Shipwreck” Kelly balances on his head while dunking doughnuts to celebrate Friday the 13. 1939.
The Brooklyn Bridge during construction in 1882.
Waiters serve lunch to two steel workers on a girder high above the city on November 14, 1930, during construction of the famed Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
The German airship Hindenburg, swastikas and all, flies over New York City on the afternoon of May 6, 1937, a few hours before its historic, fiery crash in Manchester Township, New Jersey.