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Watering plants on the 64th floor of the R.C.A. Building in Rockefeller Center in April, 1955. (Ernie Sisto/The New York Times)

  • New York City's Skyline

    Manhattan's instantly-recognizable skyline is a vivid expression of the city's history and a breathtaking tribute to American economic success.

  • Hitting the Line Hard

    After the 1890 national census declared the end of the American frontier, leaders like President Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson seized on the idea that sports — especially football — would preserve the nation’s hardy...

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