Maps of New York City - 20th Century

 

New York continued its progressive era in 20th century. It became the richest city and the financial center in the world, home of a huge number of corporate headquarters, the United Nations Headquarters, and unparalleled cultural center. In 1900, New York City's population was 3,4 million and grew to 8,0 million in 2000.

In the early 20th century, the City's magnetic environment continued to attract a growing and culturally diverse population, many industrial workers were women, working in the textile industry. The transit system grew exponentially and the first subway line opened in 1904, boosting the city's development north of Lower Manhattan.

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New York 20th century

 

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Southern Manhattan

 

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Skyline old Manhattan

 

Lost Buildings

 

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Map Lower Manhattan

 

Southern Tip Manhattan

 

Bird's Eye View

 

20th century NY

 

Manhattan Island

 

Manhattan skyline

 

Governors Island

 

New York 1964

 

Aerial Photograph

 

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Skyline old New York

 

South Waterfront Brooklyn

 

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Lower Manhattan Waterfront

 

Old photo NYC

 

Lower Manhattan

 

Map Tip Manhattan

 

Aerial image NY

 

New York Skyline images

 

Maps United States

 

Map Grand Circle

 

 

Map Times Square

 

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Maps of New York City - 20th Century

 

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