Page Two of Historical Photographs from

The New York Times Photo Archives

Photography has, of course, been a major part of The New York Times over the years, and the newspaper has decided to make some of its seven million images available as fine prints for purchase. Besides their own archives, photographs from other photo agencies are also included in this offering. All prints are beautifully made to archival museum standards and come at reasonable prices.

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All photographs below are copyrighted and used with permission.

Skating in Central Park
Skating in Central Park in the
shadow of the historic Dakota, circa 1890
Construction Workers
Construction Workers lunching
on a crossbeam, 1932
Times Square
Times Square,
Five Presidents
Five Presidents,
The Loneliest Job
The Loneliest Job:
John F. Kennedy, 1961
The Big Three
The Big Three,
Tehran, 1943
Claude Monet
Claude Monet (right) in his
garden at Vernon, 1922
The Johnson Treatment
The Johnson Treatment: Lyndon B.
Johnson and Theodore F. Green, 1957
Mark Twain in New Hampshire
Mark Twain in
New Hampshire, 1905

Construction of Eiffel Tower
Construction of Eiffel Tower, 1887-1889

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