Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge, March 16, 1933


A clear day in Lower Manhattan in 1933 showing the Brooklyn Bridge spanning the East River

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Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge, March 16, 1933

On the right of the image, the Woolworth Building, built in 1913, was the tallest building in the world until it was replaced by the Manhattan Trust Building (40 Wall St), with its iconic copper triangular roof in the center of the image. Piers line the eastern side of Manhattan with barges passing underneath the Brooklyn Bridge.

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Unframed, Black

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