New York Skyline - Vintage Images

 

Until the early 18th century the representation of urban landscapes was generally artistic. Later, the use of camera obscura and lenses allowed artists and engineers to take more technical views. Since the mid-19th century, photography has changed the way urban spaces are recorded.

The New York City skyline has changed a lot with de rise of skyscrapers since the late 19th century, especially in Southern Manhattan.

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Harbor NY

 

Manhattan skyline from Jersey City in a vintage postcard by Irving Underhill, postmark 1929. The tallest building, on the left, is the Woolworth Building, completed in 1913. The second tallest is the Singer Building, completed in 1908.

 

NY eighteenth century

 

Aerial image NY

 

NY skyline 19th century

 

 

New York Ratzer

 

Eighteenth century

 

Aerial views New York

 

Skyline old Manhattan

 

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Midtown Manhattan NY

 

Skyline old New York

 

Manhattan NY

 

Lower Manhattan

 

Lower Manhattan Waterfront

 

Brooklyn Bridge Manhattan

 

Old photo NYC

 

New York 1900

 

NY 18th century

 

Southern Manhattan

 

The amazing view of Lower Manhattan, taken from Liberty Island, on Monday, August 5, 2019 (photograph by Erika Lentz, U.S. Geological Survey).

 

 

20th century NY

 

Manhattan photographs

 

 

 

Manhattan skyline

 

 

 

 

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New York Skyline - Vintage Images

 

Chrysler Building images

 

Skyline Manhattan NYC

 

 

 

Skyscrapers NYC

 

Empire State images

 

 

 

Manhatan skyline NY

 

 

 

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