Cities – images

Images for Global Cities

Maps:

Map 1: ‘Birds-eye view of New Orleans’, drawn from nature on stone by John Bachman, 1851. This image published on the Library of Congress website.
Map 1: ‘Birds-eye view of New Orleans’, drawn from nature on stone by John Bachman, 1851. This image published on the Library of Congress website.

 Map Two: Map of Odessa. This image was first printed in the German language edition of Baedeker's Russland, a travel guidebook of Russia, 1892. The image is available from the 1897 Baedeker's Guide at http://archive.org/stream/russlandhandbuch00karl#page/n7/mode/2up.

Map Two: Map of Odessa. This image was first printed in the German language edition of Baedeker’s Russland, a travel guidebook of Russia, 1892. The image is available from the 1897 Baedeker’s Guide at http://archive.org/stream/russlandhandbuch00karl#page/n7/mode/2up.

London Docks:

Image 1: General view of Stave Dock at Surrey Commercial Docks showing mahogany logs floating in the water in the foreground and piles of softwood timber to the left. Behind these are various vessels including the barque Shakespeare. By A.G Linney, 1929. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.
Image 1: General view of Stave Dock at Surrey Commercial Docks showing mahogany logs floating in the water in the foreground and piles of softwood timber to the left. Behind these are various vessels including the barque Shakespeare. By A.G Linney, 1929. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.

 

Image 2: Dockers showing ingots of silver discharged from the ship Ausonia. By A.G. Linney, 1930. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.
Image 2: Dockers showing ingots of silver discharged from the ship Ausonia. By A.G. Linney, 1930. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.

 

Image 3: A crate of Brazilian bananas being discharged from the Stuartstar by crane. Three dockworkers stand on the quay with an electronic truck awaiting the load. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.
Image 3: A crate of Brazilian bananas being discharged from the Stuartstar by crane. Three dockworkers stand on the quay with an electronic truck awaiting the load. This image and caption published on the Museum of London Docklands website.

New York:

Image 4: Charlie’s Tavern, New York. By William P. Gottlieb, between 1946 and 1948. This image published on the Library of Congress website.
Image 4: Charlie’s Tavern, New York. By William P. Gottlieb, between 1946 and 1948. This image published on the Library of Congress website.

 

Image 5: Fifty-Second Street, New York. By William P. Gottlieb, 1948. This image published on the Library of Congress website.
Image 5: Fifty-Second Street, New York. By William P. Gottlieb, 1948. This image published on the Library of Congress website.

Detroit:

Image 6: Michigan Central Station, opened in 1913 and not used since 1988.This image and caption available on the site of photographer Jean Pierre Lavoie.
Image 6: Michigan Central Station, opened in 1913 and not used since 1988.This image and caption available on the site of photographer Jean Pierre Lavoie.

 

Image 7: The interior of Central Station. This image and caption available on the site of photographer Jean Pierre Lavoie.
Image 7: The interior of Central Station. This image and caption available on the site of photographer Jean Pierre Lavoie.

 

Image 8: Atrium, Farwell Building. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
Image 8: Atrium, Farwell Building. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

 

Image 10: Ballroom, American Hotel. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
Image 10: Ballroom, American Hotel. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

 

Image 11:Vanity Balllroom. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
Image 11:Vanity Balllroom. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

 

Image 12: Fisher Body 21 Plant. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
Image 12: Fisher Body 21 Plant. This image and caption available on the site and book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

 

Image 13: William Livingstone House. Constructed in 1893 in the once elegant Brush Park neighborhood, this home, designed by architect Albert Kahn, was moved from its original location by preservationists who hoped to maintain it. It has been since demolished. This image and caption available on the site and the book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.
Image 13: William Livingstone House. Constructed in 1893 in the once elegant Brush Park neighborhood, this home, designed by architect Albert Kahn, was moved from its original location by preservationists who hoped to maintain it. It has been since demolished. This image and caption available on the site and the book of photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.