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Photographic views of New York City from the collections of the New York Public Library

New York Public Library.

Photographic views of New York City from the collections of the New York Public Library

by New York Public Library.

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Published by University Microfilms International in [Ann Arbor, Mich.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (N.Y.)
    • Subjects:
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Pictorial works.

    • Edition Notes

      Accompanied by printed guide with title: An Index to the microfiche edition of Photographic views of New York City, 1870"s-1970"s, from the collections of the New York Public Library.

      Other titlesIndex to the microfiche editon of Photographic views of New York City, 1879"s-1970"s, from the collections of the New York Public Library.
      ContributionsUniversity Microfilms International.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 83/18 (T)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination1,481 microfiches
      Number of Pages481
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3273625M
      LC Control Number83196304

        New York Public Library: Architecture, history, books, and more - traveler reviews, 7, candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor.5/5(K). Digital Collections. These items may deal with Rochester people, places and things, or may be part of Rochester Public Library’s Local Authors or Local Imprint Collections. New York and the Farm Journal Map of Monroe County, New York. These images can be .

      Street photography and New York City are terms that often go hand in hand. New York is a diverse city of nearly million eclectic and vibrant souls, all packed into a tiny island and its surrounding boroughs. Each area of the city has its own unique character and flavor, and . Greetings The New York Public Library is delighted to be joining the Flickr Commons and to rub digital shoulders with the other illustrious institutions participating here. Flickr is among the most lively and innovative social media communities on the Web, with millions of users capturing and describing the photographic present. The Commons project brings a fresh infusion of material from the.

      The New York Public Library spans 92 locations across Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island. With over 51 million items between the circulating and research collections, the NYPL has plenty of information to go around. But these resources aren't just for year, the NYPL puts on thousand. Put together by a map expert based at the Library of Congress, the selections include one of the earliest maps of Manhattan by Johannes Vingboons; views of New York Harbor in the early s; an elaborately detailed map of Central Park; a complete topographical map of the island of Manhattan; an early subway map; overviews of Brooklyn and Queens; and much more.


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[Microform.] (). Photographic Views of New York City, ss; Russia and Eastern Europe in Rare Photographs, ; Streetscape and Townscape of Metropolitan New York City, ; United States in Stereo: In the Robert N. Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views; World War I. The New York City photograph collection began in the s, not long after the opening of the new central library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street.

The goal was to document the changing face of New York City, with a particular emphasis on new building construction, and on. Photographic views of New York City, 's's, from the collections of the New York Public Library. The World's loose leaf album of apartment houses, containing views and ground plans of the principal high class apartment houses in New York City, together with a map showing the situation of these houses, transportation facilities, etc.

Get this from a library. An Index to the microfiche edition of Photographic views of New York City, 's's, from the collections of the New York Public Library. [New York Public Library.; University Microfilms International.;].

New York City Block Photographer: Walker Evans. New York, New York, Aug Farm Security Administration, Lot Walker Evans had a reputation, if not a steady income, as a photographer when Roy Stryker hired him at the Resettlement Administration in October Evans had taken up photography inat the age of twenty-five.

The Picture Collection. For those who seek knowledge and inspiration from visual materials, the Picture Collection Online presents more t digitized images from books, magazines and newspapers as well as original photographs, prints and postcards, mostly created before The New York Public Library (NYPL) is a public library system in New York nearly 53 million items and 92 locations, the New York Public Library is the second largest public library in the United States (behind the Library of Congress) and the third largest in the world (behind the British Library).

It is a private, non-governmental, independently managed, nonprofit corporation Location: New York City. Biography: George N. Barnard () Little is known about George Barnard's early photographic career.

He operated a daguerreotype studio in Oswego, New York, between and (Daguerreotypes were the first commercially available photographic process.) In December ofBarnard moved his studio to Syracuse, New York. Despite his great technical expertise, Barnard was.

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From New York Public Library: More t New York City archival photographs (and their captioned versos) from the ss arranged by borough and street; the majority are exterior building views and neighborhood scenes from the : Johanna Bauman.

the web site of The New York Public Library Mid-Manhattan Library Digital Picture Collection. When he returned to New York, Prevost opened a photography studio. The Victor Prevost photograph collection consists of 44 calotype negatives and several generations of contact prints. The artfully composed scenes are thought to be among the earliest surviving paper photographic.

The New York Public Library was formed in through the consolidation of the Astor Library, the Lenox Library and the Tilden Trust. The Astor Library was a public reference library begun in and incorporated ten years later under the will of John Jacob Astor ().

Digital Photography Collections. The Picture Collection Online, from the New York Public Library, is an image resource site composed of 30, digitized images focusing on New York City, costume, design, American history and other subjects.

This web site conta stereoscopic views of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut small. New York Public Library (NYPL), one of the great libraries of the world and the largest city public library in the United was established in through the consolidation of the privately endowed Lenox and Astor libraries and the $2, Tilden Foundation library’s central building at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City opened to the public in Midtown Description.

New York Public Library is located in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan. Midtown West From the hustle of the Port Authority Bus Terminal to the bustle of Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street, much of New York's dazzling vibrancy and energy emanates from this area stretching from Times Square to Central Park South.

This original, hardcover compilation features images from the George Grantham Bain collection in the Library of Congress, a photographic repository of one of the United States' earliest news agencies.

Assembled by a leading historian of photojournalism, they retain the immediacy of the news stories they accompanied: police activity, immigration, politics, street life, and sports.Between andI photographed the branch libraries of New York City’s three public library systems: branches in all [1], spread across the five h arrangements with each of the library systems, I worked mornings before the branches opened to the public.

A unique, quirky view of New York City as a vast collection of urban typologies, Codex New York marks one photographer's revelatory journey through the city. As a native New Yorker with a lifelong curiosity about urban infrastructure, photographer Stanley Greenberg—author of the bestselling Invisible New York--observes characteristics of the city that most people : $