West from Bryant Park. 42nd Street - 6th Avenue. At the left is the Bush Terminal building, 480 feet, it occupies the smallest area of any building for its height in the world.
Homeward bound after the day's toil. 42nd Street and 6th Avenue looking south.
Noontime. 6th Avenue from 42nd Street. Center of employment bureau catering to the cheap labor market.
42nd Street from 6th Avenue "L." It reaches across Manhattan from river to river, from Hell's Kitchen to new Tudor City.
[Aerial view, looking northwest from 42nd Street and 6th Avenue.]
[Looking southeast from 42nd Street and 6th Avenue.]
6th Avenue Subway Reconstruction, 42nd Street.
6th Avenue Subway Construction, 42nd Street.
42nd Street and 5th Avenue. More people pass here daily at this corner than perhaps anywhere else in the world.
[View from the 6th Avenue Elevated Line 42nd Street station.]
[42nd Street, east of 6th Avenue.]
[42nd Street west from 6th Avenue]
[West 42nd Street, east of 6th Avenue.]
Bird's Eye View of 42nd Street from 6th Avenue, New York City.
Forty-second St. East from 6th Ave. [42nd Street, east of 6th Avenue.]
Paddy's Market extends from 38th to 42nd Streets - 9th Avenue.
"Up Where the Blue Begins." Chrysler Bldg. 42nd Street, Lexington Avenue. 77 stories. Only 55 years ago the site was a pasture for goats.
500 5th Avenue, 42nd Street. Here is an example of the modern vogue in skyscrapers, 50 stories high.