1892 – (‘The Terminal’ – Alfred Stieglitz) 1893 (‘Winter on Fifth Avenue’ – Alfred Stieglitz) 1903 (‘The Flat Iron’ – Alfred Stieglitz) 1905 1905 II 1905 III 1910 1920 Sources: George Eastman House, Old Picture of the Day and Vintage Everyday 4 Responses Bruce Partington-Plans December 14, 2011 Excellent photos, as usual. Somehow I don’t think Sarnoff’s were doing a roaring trade in straw hats judging by that sixth picture(!). Reply Glamourdaze December 14, 2011 Beautiful photos. Here’s my quote about snow for all you retronauts [from Chris in the Morning - Northern Exposure ]. ‘Oh the snow the beautiful snow filling the sky and earth below. Over the house tops and over the streets, over the heads of people you meet. Dancing flirting skimming along. Oh the snow the beautiful snow how the flakes gather and laugh as they go. Whirling about in their maddening fun it plays in its glee with everyone. Chasing laughing hurrying by it lights on the face and sparkles the eye. And even the dogs with a bark and a bound snap at the crystals that eddy around. The town is alive and its heart in a glow to welcome the coming of beautiful snow.’ Reply Jamie December 14, 2011 I love Stieglitz. Reply Cathy February 15, 2014 It’s amazing to me how clean the snow looks compared to the curbside snow of today. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.