Skip to comments.30,000 Old Photos Released By The City's Department Of Records (NYC)
Posted on 04/09/2014 5:14:18 AM PDT by Daffynition
The New York City Department of Records and Information Services (aw, DORIS) has announced the addition of 30,000 photographs to its online gallery. The latest photo dump includes images from the NYPD's "Alien Squad," car accidents, airplane crashes in Park Slope, the Hindenburg crashing, the demolition of the 2nd Avenue El train, explosions... you know, fun stuff. Here's a sampling for now, and we'll be revisiting more specified areas of their archives in the future.
(Excerpt) Read more at gothamist.com ...
crime scene not for squeamish
I know that Walter Winchell, is spinning about a 1000 mph because of this!
I was just thinking that there must have been a lot of pictures taken in New York City over the past 100 years.
Why would NYC have official photos of the Hindenburg crash, which happened in NJ?
Why did JFK have a ticker tape parade in Manhattan ~3w before the 1960 election?
Contribution in kind?
It was better a few years ago before their attempt to watermark every image with excessiveness.
Note the link above takes you to the Roosevelt Creed.
Browsed through several pictures in the archives. Brought back some memories!
My best guess would be the *coverage* of it came from the major NY newspapers.
Wait for it.... The *Hussein* Creed...coming to a congress near you.
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