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1962 Brooklyn New York Product Market Photo

1962 Brooklyn New York Product Market Photo

$12.95

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1962 Brooklyn New York Product Market Photo

Item #: nyc436
  • 1962 Brooklyn New York Product Market Photo 1962 Brooklyn New York Product Market Photo

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$12.95

About This Photo

Photograph shows Albert Pacetta, New York City Markets Commissioner, standing amid stalls of pushcart vendors while announcing the closing of the market on Saratoga Ave and Prospect Place in Brooklyn, New York. This vintage photo dates to 1962.

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Photograph shows Albert Pacetta, New York City Markets Commissioner, standing amid stalls of pushcart vendors while announcing the closing of the market on Saratoga Ave and Prospect Place in Brooklyn, New York. This vintage photo dates to 1962.

Additional Information

Filter by Photo Date: 1960-1969
Print Sizes 8x10, 5x7, 16x20, 17x22, Canvas (16x20), Canvas (17x22)

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