Published in 1972.
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A cache of [Kenneth] Siegel’s photographs from the ’70s, which included these images of the the “S.N.L.” cast and the others taken in Times Square, were given to the New-York Historical Society in 2008. Tom Schiller, who produced short films and wrote for “S.N.L.,” says that after each week’s show was finished, everyone headed downtown to One Fifth Avenue (now Otto) for an afterparty — not, usually, to Greek joints. “It’s rare to see them all lined up like that,” Schiller says. “It’s weird and wonderful.” (source)
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by Thomas Hoepker, New York City, 1986: “Adam Purple, ecology activist and gardener in his Lower East Side apartment.” (source)
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Sixth Avenue anti-gay demonstration, 1986, by Richard Sandler [x]
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"Life on the streets: A homeless woman stands bear overflowing trash on Fifth Ave in 1980," photographer Richard Sandler [x]
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"The "Tri-Cornered Baseball Game" … was concocted by a gaggle of New York sportswriters and then carried out in support of the Allied forces in World War II." (source)
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Bill from the Commodore Hotel, October 24, 1942 (source)
$4.95 in 1942 would be about $69.82 in 2013 currency. No way you’re going to find a nice hotel room in the city at that rate today.
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