Todd Webb’s 1940s Photos Show Ever-Bustling NYC

The 1940s-era photographs of New York photographer Todd Webb are on display in 2017, seventy years after their original exhibition.

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“From Fulton Street El Station," 1946
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"125th St. (Hat Store), New York," 1946
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“Near Fulton Fish Market,” 1946
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“Fulton Fish Market,” 1946
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“Under the El, Third Avenue,” 1946
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"Sixth Avenue, White Rose Bar," August 1946
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“From the Empire State Building,” 1946
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“Amsterdam Avenue,” 1946
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“The Battery, New York,” 1946
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“125th Street”
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“Under the El, Chatham Square,” 1946
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“125th Street,” 1946
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“46th Street,” 1946
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“LaSalle at Amsterdam,” 1946
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