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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Early Football - Circa 1920, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Early Football - Circa 1920, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Running for daylight during the hard-nosed, leather-helmet days of football, an early player is thwarted from all sides. What makes this photograph truly extraordinary is timing: each player is captured in crisp detail and mid-movement at a crucial point in a play. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, A View of the Bridge - 1972, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, A View of the Bridge - 1972, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      In this romantic photo, the Brooklyn Bridge is seen at dusk, and the cameras perspective makes it seem to glide toward the viewer. The open window reveals a view of Manhattan seen from a fourth floor Brooklyn apartment. Were pleased to offer this photograph as part of a series of five historical images of this bridge from The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Construction of Brooklyn Bridge - 1878, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Construction of Brooklyn Bridge - 1878, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      In this photograph, officials, engineers and foremen view the completion of the main suspension cables on the Brooklyn Bridge. Were pleased to offer this historical photograph in connection with our partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high  Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Canoe With Paddle – 2007, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Canoe With Paddle – 2007, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Rarely seen by anyone, this awe-inspiring view of Boreas Pond in North Hudson, New York is a study of the harmonization of man-made and natural shapes. A paddle parallel with the clouds creates balance, while the great mountains in the far distance hint at grandeur. Although rain clouds form above the dark waters, the scene manages to be thrilling rather than foreboding. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Small Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Large Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Oversized Cars - 1954, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Oversized Cars - 1954, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Three classic cars in Yonkers, New York are not only a study in form and shape, but also a reflection on stillness and rest. At first glance, they look as if theyre moving but the absence of drivers makes you slow down and take a second look. An online Pottery Barn exclusive, this photo is offered in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Repairing the Bells of Potsdam, Germany - 1930, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Repairing the Bells of Potsdam, Germany - 1930, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      The curved shapes of 11 bells harmonize visually with the three men carefully bent over, deftly repairing each one. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, were proud to offer this historical photograph, first printed in The New York Times. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.5" high Espresso Frame: 22" wide x 26" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Brooklyn Bridge - 1971, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Brooklyn Bridge - 1971, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      This dazzling nighttime photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge is an ode to how beautiful New York is after dark. Were pleased to offer this photograph as part of a series of five historical images of the Brooklyn Bridge from The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high  Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Race Car - 1932, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Race Car - 1932, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      With a puffy cloud of dust behind him, a racer anxiously looks ahead over the smooth surface of his car, carrying the viewer right into the tensions of winning the race. Subtle contrasts of light and shadow, and mostly gray tones, intensify this photographs sense of a storm brewing. Look closely and a flat tire reveals the drama: this auto racer was captured trying to steady his car the moment after hitting a fence. Seconds later, the car flew through the air directly over the photographers head.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Sewing On the Stars – 1927, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Sewing On the Stars – 1927, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Up to her shoulders in stars and stripes, a 20th-century Betsy Ross still manages to be this show-stopping photographs leading lady. The position of her hands, downward gaze and the way her hair parts at a sharp angle echo the stars and stripes. Although black and white, the photo has an exceptionally vivid tonal scale thats as clear and bright as the girls face and the flags themselves. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Small Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Large Black Frame: 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Autogiros Over Manhattan - 1930, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Autogiros Over Manhattan - 1930, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Two autogiros are caught hovering over the buildings and shipyards of The Battery in downtown Manhattan. We are pleased to offer this visual document of early flight first published in The Times, and now available in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Place to Be - 1938, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Place to Be - 1938, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      This compelling photograph marks a special moment in New Yorks history: in 1937 Americans had spent a record $900 million for radios, and it was expected theyd stay home New Years Eve and tune into Kate Smith and Rudy Vallee. As this vibrant nighttime shot shows, predictions can be wrong thousands of New Yorkers came out to herald the New Year. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, were proud to offer this historic photograph, first printed in The New York Times. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Elkfeeding - 1926, 15.25x13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Elkfeeding - 1926, 15.25x13.25", Black

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      This photograph captures two elks in a seemingly graceful pose that highlights the statuesque beauty of their antlers. However, the photographers notes indicate these two were vying for food and not at all interested in being polite. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Hot Jazz - 1977, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Hot Jazz - 1977, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      By capturing the essence of the excitement and wonder of a live performance, the photographer has created an exquisitely satisfying photograph. The singer leans back and one can almost hear his first resonant chords. The other musicians, their shapes, tones and textures alive with visual rhythms and harmonies, give full shape to this photograph, and support the unknown song. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Lower Manhattan - 1963, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Lower Manhattan - 1963, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      An aerial view of lower Manhattan reminds many of New York before the World Trade Center, and when the tip of the island was scored with piers. Were pleased to offer this photograph as part of our partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high  Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Metropolitan Opera - 1938, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Metropolitan Opera - 1938, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      This photograph depicts the old Met in New York on the first night of the season where Wagners Tristan und Isolde was on the bill. The vantage point allowed the photographer to use the shape of the theater to his best advantage, creating an image of receding space and depth. The result is a photograph that draws the viewer in through the flat surface into the illusion of its image. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Riverside Church Organ - 1999, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Riverside Church Organ - 1999, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      A musician plays the grand organ at Riverside Church in New York City in January 1999. The five-manual console is challenging to play, but the heavenly music that soars through its 11,160 pipes is worth the effort. Fingers and ivories all lined up, flanked by button-shaped stops, create a dazzling and cheerful photograph. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Small Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Large Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Woodrow Wilson - 1916, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Woodrow Wilson - 1916, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      By choosing the right vantage point, the photographer was able to draw the eye sharply in from the enormous crowd, the decorations, clouds and trees, right to the tiny figure of Woodrow Wilson as he formally accepted the Democratic nomination. By selecting the perfect frame of focus, this masterful shot of a bustling scene achieves calmness and clarity of intention. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Small Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Large Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Pelham Line - 1957, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Pelham Line - 1957, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      Often, one of the happiest moments in a passengers day is the arrival of their bus or train. This moody photograph shows the appearance of the Pelham train in primarily black tones highlighted with lush lights and a glowing track. Were pleased to offer this collectible photograph in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Chrysler Building - 1930, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Chrysler Building - 1930, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      The faceted crown of the Chrysler Building stood head and shoulders over every other structure in New York until the Empire State Building surpassed it 11 months later. First printed in The New York Times, this photograph is a Pottery Barn exclusive offered in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Walkway - 1960, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, The Walkway - 1960, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      The close-up of the Brooklyn Bridges webbed cables and the Manhattan skyline in the distance gives this photo a window-like feel, inviting the viewer to look both near and far away. Were pleased to offer this photograph as part of a series of five historical images of the Brooklyn Bridge from The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Foggy Morning - 1996, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Foggy Morning - 1996, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      The tip of the Chrysler Building points through early morning fog in this dream-like photograph. Were pleased to offer this memorable image in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high  Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Old Pennsylvania Station Interior - 1910, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Old Pennsylvania Station Interior - 1910, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Located in the center of Manhattan, the original Pennsylvania Station was one of New Yorks architectural gems, a breathtaking example of Beaux Arts design and craftsmanship. In this gorgeous photograph, the train shed and main waiting room are the focus, with the elaborate ironwork backlit by sunlight and shadows. Demolished in 1963, this station was photographed in all of its glory during a high point in train travel.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Queen Mary is Launched in Scotland - 1934, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Queen Mary is Launched in Scotland - 1934, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      A few of the 250,00 people who watched the launching of the Queen Mary tip their hats and wave as she sets sail down the Clyde in England. Were pleased to present this photograph from The New York Times Archive as a striking memento of the bygone era of sea travel. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, First Edition Hits the Streets - 1951, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, First Edition Hits the Streets - 1951, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      Its late at night but The New York Times never sleeps. The first edition is hot off the press at 11:45 p.m. and deliverymen load it onto trucks outside the Times building on 43rd Street. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, were proud to offer this photograph that captures a slice of life in the history of one of Americas finest newspapers. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.5" high Espresso Frame: 17" wide x 20" high Black Frame: 21.5" wide x 25.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Bison Head to Head - 1923, 15.25x13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Bison Head to Head - 1923, 15.25x13.25", Black

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      In 1923, the photographer stumbled upon these bison in a U.S. park. This impromptu picture captures their unpredictable nature. Typically peaceful herbivores, they are also known to attack without warning or reason. These two are definitely poised for a fight. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Winding Staircase - 2008, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Winding Staircase - 2008, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      The winding staircase in the water tower at Highbridge Park in Washington Heights, N.Y., is the focus of this mesmerizing image. The cameras vantage point gives it a surreal look, inviting a closer look. An online Pottery Barn exclusive, this photo is offered in partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Chicago's Great Ferris Wheel - 1893, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Chicago's Great Ferris Wheel - 1893, 13.25 x 15.25", Black

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      The Big Wheel, as it was once called, was built in 1893 as a rival to the Eiffel Tower. One revolution took nine minutes, and offered children and adults the joyous experience of seeing great distances while enjoying the unmatched sensation of floating and lightness. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, were proud to offer this historical photograph, first printed in The New York Times. Black/Espresso Frame: 13.25" wide x 15.25" high Black Frame: 16.5" wide x 19.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Marathon Runners in Brooklyn - 1909, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Marathon Runners in Brooklyn - 1909, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      On a cold day in Brooklyn, a bright band of sunlight shines on the runners-up as those ahead run into victory, symbolizing the glory to be had in simply running ones own race. Taken at just enough of an upper angle to capture the racers and some of the 250,000 spectators, a satisfying tension is created by the seemingly motionless audience, and the runners light buoyancy. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Race for the Cup - 1934, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Race for the Cup - 1934, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      Englishman Sir Thomas Sopwith takes a trial run as a challenger for Americas cup in this 1934 photograph. Although he lost, Sopwith became a legend by nearly winning. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, were pleased to offer this photograph that first appeared in The Times. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Brooklyn Bridge - 1914, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Brooklyn Bridge - 1914, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      The iconic Brooklyn Bridge is captured in all of its magnificence in this early photograph. Both an architectural structure and a passageway, the bridge is a notable element of the New York skyline, and it has offered a scenic journey to tens of thousands of vehicles and pedestrians every day since 1883. Were pleased to offer this photograph in connection with our partnership with The New York Times Archive. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Reading Room - 1998, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Reading Room - 1998, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      A long shot of the magnificent Rose Main Reading Room of the New York Public Library is printed in sepia tones. Its fitting for a photograph of a place that holds the original of Thomas Jeffersons handwritten Declaration of Independence and, since 1998, computers on every desk. This photograph is from The New York Times Archive and is offered exclusively through Pottery Barn. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.
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  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Horse Race - 1968, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Horse Race - 1968, 15.25 x 13.25", Black

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      A masterful example of photojournalism and artistry, this photograph captures the last leg of the grueling Belmont Stakes race in 1968. In the foreground, the favorite, Forward Pass, seems on his way to victory, but Stage Door Johnny coming up from behind will beat him down and win. And the last horse running in the distance offers artful counterpoint to Forward Passs legs in the very front, giving the photograph a sense of harmony and balance in the midst of frenetic moment. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.
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