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The pop art Love sculpture by Robert Indiana, Sixth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City Featured Related Images Print

The pop art Love sculpture by Robert Indiana, Sixth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City

The pop art Love sculpture by Robert Indiana, Sixth Avenue, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States of America, North America

© Amanda Hall

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Tri-State Tornado Featured Related Images Print

Tri-State Tornado

Minnie (left) and Rose Hawkins sit amongst the wreckage of their home in Murphysboro, Illinois, in the wake of the tri-state tornado, March 1925. The tornado began in Missouri on the 18th March, and tore through Illinois and Indiana, killing 689 people. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

© 2005 Getty Images

Synagogue Temple Beth-El, 5th Avenue, New York Featured Related Images Print

Synagogue Temple Beth-El, 5th Avenue, New York

Built in 1891 by architect Arnold Brunner in Indiana lime stone to cater for the large Jewish community living in New York . The Jewish community thrived since its first settlers arrived in 1654 during the Dutch period. Located at the point of 5th avenues meeting with 76th street this stunning building was sadly demolished in 1929 to make way for an apartment house. Date: 1902

© Kye Elliott / Mary Evans Picture Library