Over 1000 Photos From NYC In The 70s And 80s Now Online

Recently we showed you what life was like inside Brooklyn apartments circa 1978, and now thanks to the Museum of the City of New York you can see what life was like all over the Big Apple during the 70s and 80s by perusing the 1200 historical photos taken by Edmund V. Gillon which they recently added to their collection.

The images capture everyday moments, structures that are probably long gone by now, and give an overall feel of life in NYC from a street photographer's point of view. Whether you love the city so nice they named it twice, love vintage photography or dig old school style do your eyeballs a favor and check out these cool pics!

Via Gothamist

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