May 6, 1965: This photo was originally published in a sequence of pictures. At the Aqueduct Spring Steeplechase, Mako (No. 8) and the jockey Pat Smithwick lost their footing on the final jump. Gramatam (No. 2) and the jockey Robert S. McDonald went on to win.
NYC. 1940s. DC-4 Flying Over New York City by Margaret Bourke-White
A December 1957 spread in the Times magazine gave a glimpse of life at the headquarters of the Strategic Air Command in Omaha, where B-52 crews were on “continuous alert.” Here, Capt. W. H. Roberts and Lt. A. H. Hecker sat ready for takeoff in their $8 million plane (figure not adjusted for inflation). Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times Can you say Dr Strangelove
Mexican Car Poolers by Alejandro Cartagena
In 1970 the 116 year old bar McSorley's in NYC was ordered to admit women for the first time. The patrons were not happy.
Whatever happened to interplanetary travel, hover cars, and hypersonic jets?
Some ethereal art deco with a New York Central Mercury train pulling out of Cleveland’s Union Station in 1936. Photo: J. Baylor Roberts
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