These historical pictures show streets, landmarks, stores, cityscapes everyday life of New Yorkers in the 1930s. It was a difficult era for the New York City and America, as the city was struggling with the Great Depression The era of the Great Depression lasted from 1929 up until the late 1930's. The Depression saw millions of Americans lose their employment, housing, and entire financial savings after a colossal crash of the New York Stock Exchange Take a peek back at New York in 1930s letting you see the Big Apple, Times Square, Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge-they're all on display, Manhattan was. Links to Online Census Records 1930 Census - New York : State New York (Home) 1790 Census (79) 1800 Census (90) 1810 Census (79) 1820 Census (60) 1830 Census (45) 1840 Census (43) 1850 Census (124) 1860 Census (85) 1870 Census (67) 1880 Census (70) 1890 Census (88) 1900 Census (62) 1910 Census (10) 1920 Census (19) 1930 Census (11): Count Contributor: Workers (Communist) Party of America. Der Deutschen Sprachfraktion - Communist Party of the United States of America. Date: 1928. Newspaper. Die Brücke (New York [N.Y.]) 1933-1933. Date: 1933
For decades before the crash, both European immigrants and domestic rural migrants had been flooding into New York, causing the city's population to double between 1900 and 1930 1930 New York Giants Statistics. 1929 Season 1931 Season. Record: 87-67-0, Finished 3rd in National League (Schedule and Results) Manager: John McGraw (87-67) Ballpark: Polo Grounds V Attendance: 868,714 (3rd of 8) Park Factors: (Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors.
NARA microfilm publication M1931, Index to Selected City Streets and Enumeration Districts, 1930 Census (7 rolls) reproduces a 57-volume typescript index to selected city streets and enumeration districts of the Fifteenth Census of the United States taken in 1930. These records are part of the Records of Bureau of the Census, Record Group (RG) 29 American Culture During the 1930s. The Second New Deal. The End of the Depression. The 1930s in the United States began with an historic low: more than 15 million Americans-fully one-quarter of. Tag: New York Nightlife 1930s Rooftop Romance. In the days before air conditioning, New Yorkers took to the higher rooftops in the city to escape the summer heat and reconnect with familiar entertainers. June 6, 1931 cover by Theodore Haupt. The title image is a detail from a Sept. 5, 1970 cover by Arthur Getz
125 Worth Street. New York, NY 10013. For a telephone message with ordering options for genealogical or certified vital records call: (212) 788-4520. For records for births through 1909, deaths up to and including 1948, and marriages up to and including 1930 contact: Municipal Archives, Library and Records Center The character of New York's large residential districts is often defined by the elegant brownstone rowhouses and townhouses and shabby tenements that were built during a period of rapid expansion from 1870 to 1930. In contrast, New York City also has neighborhoods that are less densely populated and feature free-standing dwellings With over 800 pages, this tome is difficult to handle, but nevertheless, it covers New York at its peak of glory, and is the best of Robert Stern's books about New York architecture (e.g., New York 1880, New York 1900, New York 1960). Especially noteworthy are the beautiful b&w photos, averaging more than one per page The 1930 US Census describes the state of New York as having an area of 49,204 square miles, 47,654 of which was land and 1,550 was water (not including the Great Lakes). 1 Politics 2 Sociology 2.1 Population Statistics 3 Zoom In Governors: Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1929-1932 Herbert H. Lehman, 1933-1942 The Harlem Renaissance According to the 1930 US Census, New York had a population of. New York, long a great American city with many immigrants, became a culturally international city with the brain drain of intellectual, musical, and artistic European refugees that started in the late 1930s. The 1939 New York World's Fair, marking the 150th anniversary of George Washington's inauguration in Federal Hall, was a high point of.
1930 New York Yankees Statistics. 1929 Season 1931 Season. Record: 86-68-0, Finished 3rd in American League (Schedule and Results) Manager: Bob Shawkey (86-68) Ballpark: Yankee Stadium I Attendance: 1,169,230 (1st of 8) Park Factors: (Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors. Extremely interesting long film about New York towards the end of the Great Depression. This film is in colour, motion-stabilized, enhanced and speed-correct.. Reginald Marsh painted everything in his New York of the 1930s and 1940s: Bowery crowds, showgirls, forgotten men, Coney Island beachgoers, tugboats, panhandlers, and shoppers. So of course he would take his sketchpad and chronicle New Yorkers using mass transit underground
Media in category New York City in the 1930s. The following 31 files are in this category, out of 31 total. Babs Gonzales, New York, between 1946 and 1948 (William P. Gottlieb 03391).jpg 1,024 × 1,054; 198 KB. Babs Gonzales, New York, between 1946 and 1948 (William P. Gottlieb 03401).jpg 1,024 × 1,107; 219 KB OldNYC shows 40,000 historical images from the New York Public Library's Milstein Collection on a map. Find photos of your apartment, work, or favorite park Color illustration, publisher's index map, and map list on cover. Contributor: Hagstrom Map Company. Date: 1930. Map. Hagstrom's map of New York City : contents--house number guide, subway-elevated, street cars / Catalog Record Only General-content street map of the borough of Manhattan, not of entire New York City 105k members in the newyorkcity community. The New York City subreddit
New York 1930 book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. The definitive work on this period of social upheaval, now back in print.Fro.. 1930 Broadway Apt 5C, New York, NY 10023-6940 is a apartment unit listed for rent at $6,995/mo. The sq. ft. apartment is a 1 bed, 2.0 bath unit. Find 5 photos of the 1930 Broadway APT 5C apartment on Zillow. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow
Browse 3,852 new york society 1930s stock photos and images available, or start a new search to explore more stock photos and images. Female employees of Woolworth's holding a sign indicating they are striking for a 40 hour work week, New York, New York, 1937. Marchers carrying signs during a Communist rally in New York City The New York State Library holds the Federal decennial census of New York State for the years 1790-1930, except for 1890. The 1790 schedules are available in print and microfilm; other schedules are available in microfilm only. There are printed indexes for the 1790 through 1870 censuses, and Soundex indexes on microfilm for 1880, 1900 and 1920 March 1823: The newly incorporated New York Gas Light Co. became the first company to get the deal to make and lay cast-iron pipes, as well as supply the gas for the lighting, down Broadway—from Grand Street to Battery. The project was completed in 1825, making Broadway the first street to be lit completely with gas Creeker. (Silver Creek, N.Y.) 1939-1941: Dunkirk evening observer. (Dunkirk, N.Y.) 1889-1901: The Dunkirk observer-journal. (Dunkirk, N.Y.) 1886-188
Monroe County Herald Mail. 1885 - 1992. Free. Old Fulton NY Postcards. New York City. Evening World. 1898 - 1909. Free. Library of Congress Wages in NEW YORK, 1930s. Actor's pay in New York, 1932. See typical actor's pay listed in the book The Business of the Theatre prepared on behalf of the New York Actors' Equity Association. Chorus workers made a minimum of $30 a week in New York City. Construction wages in New York by county and town, 1938
A series of fascinating photographs by a pioneering female photographer show New York in a state of change in the 1930s. Photographer Berenice Abbott proposed Changing New York, her grand project. Stunning Vintage Photos Of New York City's Theatres From the 1930s. 730 Views. The first theatre in New York City was built in 1750 on Nassau Street, Manhattan. By the 1840s, P.T. Barnum was operating an entertainment complex in Lower Manhattan. In 1829, at Broadway and Prince Street, Niblo's Garden opened and soon became one of New York. Oneida County, New York - - 1930 Federal Census Team Transcription. Microfilm #T626-1620. ED#. Enumeration Description: Status. Transcriber. Proofreader. 33-1. Annsville Town (West Part The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations Canyon, May 12, 1936. 59.1 x 47 cm International Center of Photography, Gift of Jonathan A. Berg, 1984 (679.1984) Construction, Old and New, from Washington Street, New York, 1936. 33.7 x 26.4 cm International Center of Photography, Gift of Ronald A. Kurtz, 1988 (480.1988
Manhattan, New York City, NY, Antique Postcard, Airplane View of Manhattan Island, Circa 1930. LuxPostcardsEtc. 5 out of 5 stars. (208) $4.99. Only 1 available and it's in 1 person's cart. Add to Favorites Green Haven Correctional Facility inmate case files, 1930-2002; New York State Reformatory Register of New Inmates of Italian Citizenry, 1915-1930; Parole Board female inmate case files, 1920-1930; Sing Sing Prison, 1939-1963; Sing Sing Prison List of Foreign Born Prisoners, 1919-1944; Finding Aid For my newest artistic venture I have selected a decade - the 1930s - and a place - New York City - to focus on the ironies and randomness of mankind and its missions. As is true of most decades, the '30s didn't begin on the stroke of midnight after the last day of 1929 New York Statewide Online Genealogy Records. This table shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections on the county level, use the county Wiki pages. Some subscription websites listed below can be searched for free at a family history center or FamilySearch affiliate library.. For United States nationwide collections, go to the United States Online Genealogy Records page The early years of the 20th century saw a vast expansion in the population and urbanization of Brooklyn. Innovations in transportation, funded by tax dollars from New York City, brought new.
1930 Federal Census Bronx County, New York (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Bronx County on Reel 1463 (Source: 1930 United States Census on Internet Archive) Bronx County on Reel 1464 (Source: 1930 United States Census on Internet Archive) Bronx County on Reel 1465 (Source: 1930 United States Census on Internet Archive) Bronx County on Reel 1466 (Source: 1930 United States Census on Internet Archive New York (Ellis Island) Passenger Lists 1928-1929. Passenger Lists from 1928-1929 available from the GG Archives from the Port of New York, (Ellis Island). Organized by Date of Departure, Steamship Line, Steamship or Ocean Liner, Class of Passengers, Route, and the Ship's Captain. Digitized Passenger Lists for the Port of New York About 1930 Broadway New York, NY 10023. Massive 2 bedroom located in Upper West Side on a beautiful quiet block! The gorgeous renovated 2 bedroom located in one of the best buildings and peaceful area, you'll be in a prime location steps from public transportation
New York: State Senate, 1930s. Members of the New York State Senate, 1930-39 (may be incomplete!) Blank district: Peter H. Ruvolo 1939 1st District: George L. Thompson 1915-41 2nd District: Stephen F. Burkard 1927-30 Joseph D. Nunan, Jr. 1931-4 The Fifteenth United States Census records for Rochester, New York, for 1930. The census divides the population into categories of name, age, sex, race, marital status, occupants and relation to head of house, whether the home is owned or rented, value of home or rent, whether home is a farm residence, whether the home has a radio
When Alletta arrived back in NYC in September of 1930 she began preparing for her New York debut (below, right). Many of the city parties were held either at the home of the host & hostess or at socially acceptable hotels and clubs such as the Savoy Plaza, the Ritz Carlton, the Sherry-Netherland and the River Club. Leta made her city debut in. NYC'S 1930 List of Schools and Colleges White-Orr's Business Directory 1930 LIST OF NEW YORK CITY'S SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. A Academy of the Sacred Heart, 535 Madison av Alexander Hamilton Institute, 13 Astor pl. All Hallows Collegiate Inst., 13 W. 124th Allen-Stevenson School, 132 E. 78th Allen's Mrs., 169 W. 74th Alviene University School of. Commander: Captain Robert Smart. 1930-05-31 RMS Scythia Passenger List. Steamship Line: Cunard Line. Class of Passengers: Cabin. Date of Departure: 31 May 1930. Route: Liverpool to Boston and New York via Queenstown (Cobh) and Galway. Commander: Captain R. B. Irving. 1930-06-07 SS Cleveland Passenger List New York City prohibition agents dumping liquor into the gutter. The decade started with a bang and ended very much the same. On Sept. 16, 1920, suspected anarchists set off a bomb on Wall Street on one the busiest corners of Manhattan's Financial District. A horse-drawn wagon was concealing 100 pounds of dynamite, which detonated at 12:01 p.m
1930s two-color traffic signal from New York City. Before standard three-color (red, amber, and green) traffic signals existed, two-color (red and green) traffic signals were once what was considered as the norm for New York City intersections for a large portion of the 20th century. Automatic devices to control traffic became a reality in the. Offering a panorama of American life throughout the 1920s, America Today is a room-sized mural comprising ten canvas panels. Missouri native Thomas Hart Benton painted America Today to adorn a boardroom on the third floor of the New School for Social Research, a center of progressive thought and education in Greenwich Village, New York. The mural was commissioned in 1930 by the New School's.
The New York Sunday News was the Sunday edition of the New York Daily News, which began publication 1919 and continues through the present day. Throughout much of its life, it was known as New York's Picture Newspaper. This small gallery of issues from the late 1930s and early 1940s is intended to show the typical layout of the. By 1930, 50 of the city's 110 factories produced furniture and two of them, Art Metal and Marlin Rockwell, were listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In 1945 furniture was still Jamestown's biggest industry, but the number of furniture companys had declined to 25. A number of factors help account for the failure of so many companies
. 160 Novice: Bob Miller. New York, NY 10013. Telephone: (212) 788-4520. Marriage records after 1930* Office Of The City Clerk Municipal Building, Room 252 Centre & Chambers Streets New York, NY 10007 Telephone: (212) 669-8898 *Marriage records 50 years or older are public records obtainable by anyone Marijuana Use in New York in the 1930s. This excerpt from The Marihuana Problem in the City of New York (informally known as The LaGuardia Committee Report) ran in O'Shaughnessy's Summer 2010 with graphics by Wiiliam H. Johnson. (See note at bottom.) Method of Retail Distribution. In general, marihuana is used in the form of a cigarette Pro-Nazi members of various singing and gymnastic societies salute a procession of flags at White Plains Hall in New York in the 1930s. They were gathered for a German Day celebration. The German. Mar 8, 2012 - Explore Betsy Kent's board Photos of 1930's NYC, followed by 159 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about vintage new york, nyc, new york city
James writes, The best all-round food in all New York, excluding no place. This is a New York booklet written for New Yorkers. James offers a unique slice of the New York dining scene just prior to the October 1929 stock market crash and the onset of the Great Depression. The good times were to end soon after new york 1930's orphanage. Share; cc. ccronk. May 19, 2004 . In search of anyone with info about my grandmother's birth family. Her birth name was Harriet Gunn. She had a brother John George Gunn who was in an orphanage with her in the early 1930's. I don't know what orphanage but Gloversville has John listed as a resident who died in service.
New York City Car Parking in 1930; the concept is not new! From the makers of PickChur. New York City Car Parking in 1930. Press (J,←) Press (K,→). The Cotton Club, Harlem, New York City, early 1930s. Science History Images/Alamy. Jack Johnson, the first African American heavyweight boxing champion, opened the Club Deluxe, a 400-seat nightclub at the corner of 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue, in 1920. In 1922 the club was taken over by Owen. I am working on a show set in the 1930s - we are looking for a wide range of clothing (working class to evening wear). Do any of you have a favorite spot to shop for items from this decade? 1930s Clothing | New York - Yel First large engine steamer of the Company, very modern of style, she is brought into service on the line the Le Havre-New York in May 1930. Carries out cruisings regularly. Her voyages to Spitzberg inspired the novelist Roger Vercel. Is completely destroyed by a fire in May 1938, while she was in the great dry dock of Le Havre.. Compartment Couture: New York City Department Stores 1850-1930. By examining fashion modes, economical and societal fluctuations, and urban developments, this essay explores how New York City department stores changed from their initial founding as dry goods stores, developed through the turn of the twentieth century, and emerged in the.
1930 New York Giants Schedule. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1930 New York Giants with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1930 season Title: New York Tenements in the 1920's and 1930's Author: alex Last modified by: alex Document presentation format: Custom Other titles: Helvetica Light Arial Noteworthy Bold Helvetica Office Theme New York Tenements in the 1920's and 1930's People spending time in the street A stairway in a tenement building Tenement building (remember - no elevators Early Colour Photographs of New York 1900-1930. The following selection of colour images of New York between 1900-30 include Autochromes, hand-painted images, and postcards. In today's recipe we are going to use a potato to make a colour photograph. Strange but true. The Lumière brothers devised a system which used potatoes to create colour. 1930 57th-tallest building in the world, 8th-tallest in the United States; the first building in the world to rise higher than 1,000 feet (305 m); stood as the tallest building in the world from 1930 until 1931 until the Empire State Building was built; tallest steel-framed brick building in the world: 6= The New York Times Buildin