New York: 365 Days

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Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2006 - Photography - 744 pages
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Spanning more than 100 years, New York: 365 Days is a spectacular collection of then-and-now photographs that capture the rhythms and moods of the greatest city in the world. Selected from the vast archive of The New York Times, the extraordinary images in this book include many rarely-seen moments, with stops at famous landmarks and memorable events as well as a dizzying array of evocative everyday New York scenes. Featuring an introduction by bestselling New York writer Gay Talese, New York: 365 Days offers a portrait of Gotham that natives and visitors alike will find riveting. Spanning more than 100 years, New York: 365 Days is a spectacular collection of then-and-now photographs that capture the rhythms and moods of the greatest city in the world. Selected from the vast archive of The New York Times, the extraordinary images in this book include many rarely-seen moments, with stops at famous landmarks and memorable events as well as a dizzying array of evocative everyday New York scenes. Featuring an introduction by bestselling New York writer Gay Talese, New York: 365 Days offers a portrait of Gotham that natives and visitors alike will find riveting.

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New York: 365 days from the photo archives of the New York Times

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Another superb addition to Abrams's "365 Days" series, this title gleans pix from theNew York Times 's gargantuan photo morgue of seven million stills, with some debuting here. As Gay Talese states in ... Read full review

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Fantastic book, amazing images of such a stunning place! Creates a sense of nostalgia for a New York visitor.

About the author (2006)

Will Shortz has been crossword editor of "The New York Times" since 1993. He is also the puzzlemaster on NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday" and is founder and director of the annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament.

A former reporter for the New York Times, Gay Talese is a bestselling author who has written eleven books. He lives in New York City.

James Barron is a reporter on the metropolitan staff of "The Times". He wrote the minute-by-minute stories on the 9/11 attacks for "The New York Times" on the web and the front page lead story on the 2003 blackout. He initiated the "Public Lives" column (later called "Boldface Names") and currently writes a podcast for "The Times's" Web site summarizing the next morning's front page. Barron wrote the timeline summaries for "The New York Times: The Complete Front Pages:1851 - 2008", and is the author of "Piano: The Making of a Steinway Concert Grand".

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