New York Bay, 1890

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New York Bay, 1890

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Any early view of New York Harbor, most likely taken from the crown of the Statue of Liberty, shows the confluence of the Hudson and East Rivers teeming with barges, steamers and masted ships. In the distance can be seen the rising buildings of lower Manhattan and the newly built Brooklyn Bridge. Produced from an original plate glass negative well over 100 years old, the image shows the natural wear of time.

Photograph: Robert L. Bracklow

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Photograph from the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.