Astoria (New York, N.Y.)

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Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28925
Description: Astoria - Looking south down the East River from Hallett's Point. Roosevelt Island and Queensboro Bridge (Ed Koch Bridge) are visible center background, Hallett's Cove is to the left. Sohmer & Co. Pia ... More
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28875
Description: Astoria - View looking south down the East River from between 1st Street and waterfront. Hallett's cove in the foreground, Sohmer & Co. Piano factory building center left, Manhattan and Triboro Bridge ... More
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28850
Description: Astoria - Looking south from Astoria Boulevard and 3rd Street, Hallett's Cove center right. Queensboro Bridge (Ed Koch Bridge), far background right. Aerial view, taken from rooftop.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28865
Description: Astoria - Looking south from Astoria Boulevard and 3rd toward 4th Street. Neighborhood people and children with dog posing across the street.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28918
Description: Astoria - Looking south west at Vernon Boulevard and Main Avenue, toward the Burns Bros. Coal Company.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28945
Description: Astoria - Looking west along Astoria Boulevard from 4th Street. This is the future site of Astoria Houses public housing which was completed in 1951. Manhattan Skyline (Empire State Building) in the b ... More
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28888
Description: Astoria - Looking west from 1st Street. The tip of Roosevelt Island is on the left, a ship passing in front of Manhattan is center, and a ferry boat is moored at right.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28905
Description: Astoria - Looking west from 27th Avenue near 8th Street. Manhattan skyline in the background. Whole foreground area now site of the Astoria Houses. Aerial view, taken from rooftop.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28872
Description: Astoria - North east corner of 1st Street and Astoria Boulevard. Pearl Wick Hamper Co. building on far left, Astor Hotel on right. Two men in front of corner storefront.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28949
Description: Astoria - North east corner of Vernon Boulevard and Main Avenue. Bus garage center left. Rapelye House (also know as Rapelje Mansion) is hidden by trees.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28906
Description: Astoria - NE view of Hallett's Cove from East River. Sailboat in center.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28853
Description: Astoria - North east corner of Astoria Boulevard and 2nd Street. P.S. 9 (aka Halsey House, or Munson House) building is center left in background. Burns Brothers Coal Co. on right. Two girls in white ... More
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28866
Description: Astoria - North side of Astoria Boulevard between 2nd and 3rd Streets, now the site of the Astoria Houses.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28876
Description: Astoria - North side of Astoria Boulevard between 2nd and 3rd Streets, now the site of the Astoria Houses.
Authors: Joseph Sandor
Date: ca. 1945 - 1949
Type: Black and white photographs
Identifier: aql:28856
Description: Astoria - North side of Astoria Boulevard from 1st to 2nd Street, now the site of the Astoria Houses.