Vintage has made a comeback.
From old-school street vendors to skyscrapers, take a tour of New York City in the 1940s with these photos.
Washington Market in Lower Manhattan pictured in 1941.
Washington Market produce trucks
Long lines of trucks are loaded with produce at Washington Market in Lower Manhattan in 1946.
New York City skyscrapers
An aerial view of New York City on Aug. 17, 1945.
NYC street vendor
A man sells peanuts and raisins from his pushcart in New York City in 1947.
Children play with their tricycles in Washington Square on Aug. 3, 1948.
Harlem River Houses
The Harlem River Houses, located on Seventh Avenue and 151 Street in Manhattan, on Dec. 14, 1940.
Harlem River Houses courtyard
Courtyard at the Harlem River Houses, located on Seventh Avenue and 151 Street in Manhattan, on Dec. 14, 1940.
Women taking the qualifying exam for the New York City Police Department in 1947.
Brick Presbyterian Church
Brick Presbyterian Church, located at 91st Street and Park Avenue in Manhattan, on April 24, 1940.
Traffic on West 37th Street
Delivery trucks jam West 37th Street along Seventh Avenue in 1945.