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1940s

See what your apartment building used to look like!
Stanley Kubrick was just a teenager when he documented his native New York City on film.
Cushman's photos give you a crystal clear look at the decade.
Revisiting William Cimillo's spontaneous 1947 trip to Florida in a NYC bus.
A lot of this equipment you see is still being used today.
"99 million tons of snow falls on New York," a newscaster declared.
The lesser sung about summer.
Tips on how to make out, from the 1940s.
The subway platforms in the 1940s had plenty of PDA, as well as chewing gum machines.
These photos were all taken in September of 1941, during the Museum of Modern Art's Organic Design in Home Furnishings exhibition, which introduced the world to the designs of Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen.
Watch 15 minutes of 1949 NYC in full color.
Visit New York City in the 1940s, from Coney Island to the "Sinatra Riots."
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