Samuel Gottscho (1875-1971) specialized in cityscapes and dwellings. His photographs of the New York City skyline remain some of the most iconic images of the city.
A Pier in Brooklyn, with views to Manhattan over East River, April 1934
Central Park, ca. 1935
Chrysler Building, 1934
Empire State Building, New York City to Chrysler Building and Queensboro Bridge, 1932
Helena Rubenstein, 655 5th Ave. Hair dryers, 1961
Helena Rubenstein, 655 5th Ave., New York City. Gym class I, 1961
New York City Public Market at 1st Avenue and East 73rd Street, 1948
New York City skyline from City Hospital, 1950
Plaza buildings, reflected in open lake February 1933
River House, 52nd St. and E. River, New York City.
Parapet, 27th floor, against light, 1931
River House, 52nd St. and E. River, New York City. Shore line with clouds, 1931
Rockefeller Center and RCA building from 515 Madison Avenue, 1933
The opening day of the Empire State Building, 1931