NY Photographs

NEW YORK: CITY OF ISLANDS

The islands that form New York City are far more subtle and varied than the five that can be seen from the air. In this spectacular portrait of the great metropolis, renowned photographer Jake Rajs juxtaposes iconic views--the Empire State Building, the Hudson River skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge--with unheralded neighborhoods and hidden places throughout the five boroughs.
February 1, 2007 | Hardcover |
$25.00

PORTRAIT OF LONG ISLAND: THE NORTH FORK AND THE HAMPTONS

At Riverhead Long Island splits into two narrow strips of land, each about forty miles long and each with a distinct character and topography. The South Fork stretches east into the Atlantic Ocean from the Shinnecock Canal to the majestic bluffs at Montauk Point.
May 1, 2011 | Hardcover |
$25.00

HUDSON RIVER: FROM TEAR OF THE CLOUDS TO MANHATTAN

Celebrated as the American Rhine, the majestic Hudson River flows more than three hundred miles from its source high in the Adirondack Mountains to New York Harbor. Lining its banks are the marks of the four hundred years of history that have transpired since Henry Hudson piloted the Half Moon north from New Amsterdam in 1609.
June 1, 2006 | Hardcover |
$25.00

BEYOND THE DUNES: A PORTRAIT OF THE HAMPTONS

Written by Jake Rajs
At Riverhead Long Island splits into two narrow strips of land, each about forty miles long and each with a distinct character and topography. The South Fork stretches east into the Atlantic Ocean from the Shinnecock Canal to the majestic bluffs at Montauk Point.
July 29, 2008 | Hardcover | Monacelli Press | 240 Pages |
$60.00

OLD NEW YORK IN EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS

Written by Black, Mary
New York City as it was 1853-1901, through 196 wonderful photographs: great blizzard, Lincoln's funeral procession, great buildings, much more.
June 1, 1973 | Paperback | Dover Publications | 228 Pages |
$22.95

OLD BROOKLYN IN EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS, 1865-1929

The 157 photographs in this book, many never reprinted before, recreate the ambiance of Old Brooklyn as it appeared between 1865 and 1829 - a rich, vital and exciting place.
March 1, 1978 | Paperback |
$19.95

NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR, 1939/1940: IN 155 PHOTOGRAPHS BY RICHARD WURTS AND OTHERS

The New York World's Fair 1939/1940 may not have been the greatest of all world's fairs, but it is probably the most fondly remembered of all of them, a spectacle that no one who was there has forgotten. The 700-foot-tall Trylon and the 200-foot-wide Perisphere are still vivid symbols and memories of a wonderful and lost time for millions of people.
June 1, 1977 | Paperback |
$19.95

BRIDGES OF NEW YORK

New York City boasts more spectacular bridges than any other city in the world. From the Gothic stone arches and gossamer steel webbing of the Brooklyn Bridge (perhaps the greatest engineering achievement of the 19th century), to the Verrazano-Narrows -- the world's longest suspension bridge when completed in 1964 -- more than 75 bridges span the city's waterways.
September 1, 2000 | Paperback |
$19.95

NEW YORK'S FABULOUS LUXURY APARTMENTS: WITH ORIGINAL FLOOR PLANS FROM THE DAKOTA, RIVER HOUSE, OLYMPIC TOWER AND OTHER GREAT BUILDINGS (REVISED)

This magnificently illustrated book reveals the architectural and decorative details of life at the top in Manhattan. More than 100 line drawings of floor plans and over 100 black-and-white photographs as well as fascinating mini-histories detail the vital statistics on 73 of New York City's best luxury apartment addresses.
May 1, 1987 | Paperback |
$18.95

REINHART WOLF: NEW YORK

Sky high view: A photographic homage to Manhattan heightsGerman photographer Reinhart Wolf (1930-1988) had a particular eye for architecture. In 1979, he turned his lens to some of the tallest buildings in the world, taking several trips to New York to photograph its most sky-soaring assets.
June 1, 2016 | Hardcover |
$39.99

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