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A collection of 75 portrait photographs of Israelis taken by Stanley Batkin. These images were selected for an exhibition "Faces of Israel" that took place at the Center for Jewish History, New York from April through September 2006.

Our Brooklyn presents short histories, facts and resource lists documenting Brooklyn's vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, from Sheepshead Bay to Sunset Park, from Bushwick to Bath Beach. As of 12/27/2008 the neighborhoods of Brighton Beach, Carroll…

This Web site explores Brooklyn during the Civil War by presenting primary source documents — photographs, letters, newspaper articles, illustrations, and more — that show what life was like during this period. At the bottom of each page are…

Brooklyn Public Library's online catalog contains a selection of more than ten thousand historic photographs from the Brooklyn Collection.

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Photograph Collection (c. 1900-1955) provides many of the images, documenting…

This album of photographs entitled Mission scientifique française en Amérique du sud: travaux et fouilles de Tiahuanaco 1903, is the result of a French government sponsored expedition to Bolivia. Following the expedition, which also included visits…

English archaeologist and photographer Alfred Percival Maudslay (1850–1931) first visited Central America in 1872. The "unexpected magnificence of the monuments" in the tropical forests captivated Maudslay, who then dedicated his life to…

In 1903, Stewart Culin (1858–1929) became the founding curator of the Department of Ethnology at the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, now the Brooklyn Museum. He was among the first curators to recognize museum installation…

William Henry Goodyear (1846–1923), whose image collections are presented here, was the Brooklyn Museum's first curator of fine arts (1899–1923) and a renowned art and architectural historian. In addition to being a vital force in the early years…

The Construction of BMCC is an online exhibit that features 89 photographs from the time when the Borough of Manhattan Community College was built.
Plans for the new building were first announced in 1968 and Mayor Abraham D. Beame broke ground six…

This collection of materials taken from the Baruch College archives documents a memorial service held at Baruch College on May 6, 1970 following the death of student protesters at Kent State University in Ohio. Included are accounts from local…
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