Pat Sabatine’s 8th Birthday Party (1977) photo by Larry Fink
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Four boys play atop the hood of an abandoned car on a street in the South Bronx in May 1972.
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Twelfth Street bascule bridge over the Chicago River. Circa 1905.
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A jazz band plays on the back of a truck as it drives through the streets of Harlem in the summer of 1970.
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Women preparing for a party at the Concord Resort Hotel during Singles Week. Aug. 26, 1967. Credit: Eddie Hausner [2048 × 1297]
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Summer of 1978 at a New York city park
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State convicts making roads at Camp Wadsworth. Spartanburg, SC 1917
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The painter Nobu Fukui plays ping pong during a party in his live-in work loft in SoHo in 1971.
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Elzie - 1938
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Cafe Borgia, on the corner of MacDougal and Bleecker Streets. Mar. 24, 1964 [2048 × 1311]
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1976 vs. 2018; 42 years and we're still going strong
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Mulberry Street in "Little Italy", New York City, 1900
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Cast members of an unknown play, North High School, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1946
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Dammit! Give me my cigarettes!!
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Backyard embrace, California, 1950s
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Forbes Field, Pittsburgh. Circa 1910
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1940's or 50's In Eagle Mills, NY. Friends of my Grandparents at a clam steam.
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Sherry Biltmore fire, Boston, 1963. Aftermath of the five-alarm blaze that killed four on March 29, 1963
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Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 1964
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Machine developed at the National Bureau of Standards to test the endurance of women's shoes, Washington DC, 1945.
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Data entry at my own Vocational school in 1972
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My mom in the front yard at home in Manville, RI. She was 16 years old in 1948.
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Downtown Syracuse, NY... Vanderbuilt Square, 1936.
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School principal and secretary try out the new intercom system. Ypsilanti, MI (1958)
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Purchased by my Mom at S.H. Kress and Co. for $1.59 in December 1959. Sitting in a place of honor tonight.
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Vacationers arriving on the Chesapeake Beach Railroad - 1916
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Hotdog stand, New York, 1963
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Central Market, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1960s
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The early commercialisation of Stonehenge, 1935.
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Dennis Wilson (of The Beach Boys) and his then-wife Karen Lamm (Former wife of Chicago’s Robert Lamm), portrait, New York, 6th September 1977.
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