This view of 34th Street is looking east. A woman and her two children are walking on the sidewalk as traffic speeds along the street. The Empire State Building can be seen in the distance as well as the large, red sign for the New Yorker.
Catalogue for part 1 of the 1928 annual exhibition of painting and sculpture by members of the Whitney Studio Club, held March 6-29,  at the 10 West 8th Street. Title taken from cover. For part 2, see: Thirteenth annual painting exhibition.
This is one of the two eagles that adorn the tops of the doorways of the old William Sloane House. The eagle's shield are the words, "Spirit, Mind, Body," those elements of people that Y.M.C.A. programs seek to build.
This is a photograph of the main lobby in the Empire State Building. It is through here that the observation deck is accessed by the curious. In 2009, a 12.5 million restoration of the murals on the ceiling was completed, so be sure to look up.