American Cities in 20th Century

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Today we have collected great historical photos of the largest cities of U.S. from early 20th century, Hope you will enjoy the pictures!

1. Atlantic City, 1910.

 2. The main street of Memphis, north of Avenue Gayoso, 1910.

 3. Louisville and Nashville Railway Station, Florida, 1910.

 4. Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Florida, in 1910.

 5. People swimming and walking on the beach in Atlantic City, 1915.

 6. Grant Avenue after an earthquake in San Francisco in 1906.

 7. Wagons for the transport of dairy products Thompson, Washington, 1927.

 8. Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, in 1917.

 9. Cadillac Square, Detroit, Michigan, 1916.

 10. Ninth Street, Washington DC, 1915.

 11. The main street of Richmond, Virginia, in 1905.

 12. Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, New York, 1910.

 13. Broad Street north of Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 1905.

 14. View of Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn in 1909.

 15. Fire on West 55th Street, Broadway, 1915.

 16. Fifth Avenue at 51st Street, New York, 1913.

 17. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 1907.

 18. The New York Public Library, New York, 1915.

 19. Wall Street, New York, 1911.

 20. East Fifth Avenue, New York, 1913.

 21. Manhattan, 1907.

 22. The northern part of the Fifth Avenue, 1913.

 23. City Hall – City Hall in New York.

 24. Dexter Avenue and the Capitol, Montgomery, Alabama, in 1906.

 25. Valnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1910.

 26. Washington, DC, 1913.

 27. Broadway and Times Building, New York, 1915.

 28. Size of Government in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1905.

 29. Boston, MA, 1906.

 30. New York, 1905.

 31. Grand Central Station and Hotel, Manhattan, New York, 1903.

 32. Treasury Building, Washington, DC, 1913.

 33. Post Office, Brooklyn, New York, 1906.

 34. Washington, DC, 1914.

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