https://collections.mcny.org/Collection/Penn Station-24UAKVKESI70.html Larger imageX2011.4.10492Ralph KestlyLook magazinePenn StationDate:1943Photographs of the interior of Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, including several shots of people walking to and waiting for trains. Many of those depicted are soldiers in uniform. Exact date of assignment unknown. Research could be done. Many shots are underexposed. Negative frames: 24 Included are some paper captions identifying subjects of photographs. Note from worksheet: The sleeve for this assignment has the following caveat: “Caution Mus. Of City of New York: These are not LOOK Staff negs. Do not reproduce them without checking with Kestley.” Another envelope in the sleeve says “Property of Ralph Kestley- No LOOK Rights.”negative (photographic)acetate negativeObject Dimensions 4 x 5 inOther views:View AllFile dimensions:4321px × 5500pxAdd to lightboxKeywords:Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)Military personnelMilitary uniformsPennsylvania Station (New York, N.Y.)Railroad stationsview related galleriesEyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK CollectionRestrictions:These images are for reference purposes only and have not been digitized in high resolution as part of the Museum’s digital project. For more information, please visit the Eyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK Collection webpage.