Traffic lined up on Canal St. outside the Holland Tunnel.
Cars at the entrance to the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel.
Completed in 1950, it is the longest underwater vehicular tunnel in North America.
Freight Handlers moving a stack of women’s pasties (?) outside a warehouse on Reade St.
The historic St. Paul’s Chapel on Broadway and Wall Street. Behind loom the towers of the recently completed World Trade Center.
The church was completed in 1766.
Shoppers on Chambers St. near Church St.
A couple enjoy a moment outside Trinity Church.
A teacher guides her students through a tour of Morton Street Pier on the Hudson River.
The then newly constructed World Trade Center.
The towers of the World Trade Center reached a height of 1,350 Feet.
The top of the World Trade Center still under construction (photo taken from Broadway).
Construction underway at a Battery Park development, across from the World Trade Center.
The Circle Line tour boat picking up sightseers at Battery Park.
A preacher draws a lunchtime crowd in Battery Park.
People enjoying the view of the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park.
Designated motorcycle parking (near Battery Park) for downtown office workers.
Commuters board a Staten Island bound bus in the Financial District.
Commuters heading home during at rush hour at the docks of the Staten Island Ferries in Battery Park.
Flower seller at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.
Commuters approaching the entrance to the terminal of the Staten Island Ferry.
Commuters arriving at Whitehall Terminal (used by the Staten Island Ferry).
At the time, fare cost just a nickel each way.
End of day relaxation on the Staten Island Ferry.
World Trade Center and the lower Hudson River seen from the Staten Island Ferry.
Looking back toward the skyline of Lower Manhattan.