NYC 1940s

NYC 1940s

NYC 1940s – It’s really nice to be able to “travel back in time” when you go on a virtual journey. It’s not real time travel, of course, but it does give you the chance to look at period photographs of New York City.

You can see early images of any building in the collection of 1940s photos. True, the time travel is only imaginary. Nevertheless, the curiosity to see what a street corner or a building might have looked like decades ago is in all of us.

Now a great website is at the service of this curiosity. What is it about?

In 1939 and 1941, as well as in the 1980s, the New York City Department of Taxation took photographs of every house and business in New York’s five boroughs. These photographs are available to anyone.

Julien Bolen has created an interactive map which can be found at the following link. It allows you to scroll through a map and easily select the spot you want to see in a period photograph.

If you want to see what New York’s buildings looked like in the 1940s, use this website. Enjoy your browsing!

 

New York City

New York City is the most populous city in the United States, with 8 804 190 people living in the city in 2020. It is also the most populous city and the most densely populated metropolis in the United States. It is located in southern New York State, which is the largest urban area in the world.

New York City is a global cultural, financial and media hub. It has a significant impact on commerce and entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, dining, arts, fashion and sports.
The most photographed city in the world. It is the seat of the United Nations and is also known as the capital of the world. So use the app above to view images of the buildings of the world capital as they existed decades before in 1940.

 

 

 

Here’s what you need to know about 1940s fashion.

 

 

 

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