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American Cities in the Early 20th Century (34 pics)

Posted in Lifestyle » Retro   18 Sep 2012   / 18497 views

Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, 1917

The Jersey Shore, Atlantic City, 1910

The main street of Memphis, North of Avenue Gayoso, 1910

Louisville and Nashville Railway station, Pensacola, Florida, 1910

Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Florida, 1910

Beach in Atlantic City, 1915

Grant Avenue after an earthquake in San Francisco, 1906

Wagons for transporting Thompson Dairy products, Washington, 1927

Cadillac Square, Detroit, Michigan, 1916

Ninth Street, Washington, 1915

The main street of Richmond, Virginia, 1905

Corner of Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, New York, 1910

Broad Street north of Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 1905

View of Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn, 1909

Fire at 55th Street, New York, 1915

Fifth Avenue, New York, 1913

Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 1907

The New York Public Library, New York, 1915

Wall Street, New York, 1911

Fifth Avenue, New York, 1913

Manhattan, 1907

The northern part of Fifth Avenue, New York, 1913

The City Hall Post Office, New York, 1905

Dexter Avenue and the Capitol, Montgomery, Alabama, 1906

Washington, 1913

Broadway and the building of "The Times", New York, 1915

Government Square, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1905

Washington, D.C., 1914

Boston, Massachusetts, 1906

New York, 1905

Grand Central Station and Hotel Manhattan, New York, 1903

Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., 1913

Post Office in Brooklyn, New York, 1906

Valnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1910

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Lori 5 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
The golden ages of the streetcar (trams). Assholed needed to destroy them! Why? Because they wanted to get rich! Oil is better than electricity, they said...