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New York in the thirties
Since Yesterday: The Nineteen Thirties in America. By Frederick Allen Lewis. New York: Bantam Books, pp. Since Yesterday: The Nineteen Thirties in America. The big money came from interstate adoptions, especially to New York and LA, for which the agency would charge as much as $5, Most of that .
Early 20th Century. funded by tax dollars from New York City, brought new bridges, trolley lines, elevated railroads, and subway lines that extended farther and farther into the heart of the. PROVINCETOWN —On rainy days and in dreary winter weather you felt cooped up on the narrow land, like all places where life is so much the water.—A sailboat slipping by at night refreshing the night by a tracing of silent life across it—the dark church of Truro set high on its hill on one side of the harbor and white Long Point light at the end of its sand-spit on the other.
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This is a wonderful book of black and white photos of New York City in the 's, by the brilliant photographer Berenice Abbott. Abbott worked on her own on a photographic record of the city through the first half of the Thirties, and finally found funding and support when she was hired by the Federal Arts Project as supervisor of the /5(13).
After reading Dwight Garner's New York Times review (April 9, ) of Julia Van Haaften's bio, Berenice Abbott: A Life in Photography, I got New York in the Thirties out of the library so I could marvel at Abbott's dramatic vision of the city, uptown to the Bowery, street level to the sky/5.
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New York: Stein and Day,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan Jenkins. Find more information about: ISBN. Photographer Berenice Abbott proposed Changing New York, her grand project to document New York City, to the Federal Art Project (FAP) in The FAP was a Depression-era government program for unemployed artists and workers in related fields such as advertising, graphic design, illustration, photofinishing, and publishing.
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