Skip to main content

Home/ History Teachers/ Group items tagged NYC

Rss Feed Group items tagged


New York Underground @ - 1 views

    Companion website to a National Geographic special that explored subterranean NYC. Interesting, particularly in light of the current construction of the 2nd Ave. subway.
Deven Black

New York, 1940s, in colour | HOW TO BE A RETRONAUT - 10 views

    Color photographs of various scenes in Manhattan during the 1940s. 
Deven Black

NYU Libraries | Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives - 2 views

    This is a map of the labor history of New York City, one of the most unionized cities in the world.
David Korfhage

NYC Department of Records - Photo Gallery - 13 views

    Aerial & Panoramic Views Mayors
    Bridges Parades
    Celebrities Sports
    City Departments Street Scenes
    Education Times Square, Grand Central & Penn Station
    Civic Center Transportation
    Crime & Criminals Waterfront
    Hospitals & Public Charities WPA
    Housing Working
    Archive of pictures, maps and other multimedia from New York City.
Deven Black

New York: Portrait of a City - Photo Gallery - LIFE - 9 views

    Photos of New York City from the Life Magazine collection
Deven Black

Big Map The Bronx - 0 views

    Click on any of the neighborhoods and you go to a page of very good photographs of the area, some of them with historic value.
Deven Black

bronx/northbrotherisland/tuberculosispavilion - 0 views

    North Brother Island, in NYC's East River, was the home of the hospital housing patients with tuberculosis and other highly contagious diseases where, in 1904, the double paddle-wheel cruise ship General Slocum ran aground while on fire, killing hiundreds, many of them children. This was the most fatal fire in NYC until the collapse of the World Trade Center in 2001.
1 - 11 of 11
Showing 20 items per page