Monday, June 14, 2010

New York New York

These are a group of 1960s Giant 6 by 9 inch postcards produced by the Manhattan Post Card Publishing Company Inc., 913 Broadway, New York City, New York.

(1) Plaza of Rockefeller Center - (2) Glittering Midtown Manhattan at night - (3) Radio City Music Hall - (4) RCA Building and statue of Prometheus - (5) Channel Gardens - (6) Time and Life Building.

Lower Manhattan Skyline From the Air - This historic area where half a million people work includes City Hall, the Battery, Federal Hall, Trinity Church, the new 60-story Chase Manhattan Bank Building and Wall Street, the financial capital of the world.

Times Square - Within the area of Broadway are over 50 theatres offering stage productions of drama, comedy, musicals and opera. The profusion of restaurants, hotels and shops offers variety to the visitor.

Night Falls on Midtown Manhattan - The wheels of business and industry still spinning late into the night. Looking southeast over Midtown Manhattan, showing RCA Building, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building.

Statue of Liberty - Liberty Island in New York Harbor - This 300 ft. statue at the "Gateway to the New World", has become the symbol of Liberty and was presented to the people of the United States in 1883, by the people of France.

3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

I love these, NYC rocks! Check out that great view of Times Square; that billboard for "Beyond the Fringe" is huge! It's always fun to see what's playing in the movie theaters too ("El Cid").

Heidi Ann said...

Very nice! Another of the places that I dream of visiting some day.

Viewliner Ltd. said...

NYC truly rocks Major!!! You've got to go one time Heidi Ann. Then you can say that you were in one of the greatest cities on earth :-)