This amazing vintage photograph from 1911 shows Wall Street looking East from Nassau Street. On the left, George Washington gazes out over the intersection from Federal Hall, and on the right you can see the J.P. Morgan building where the Wall Street bombing of 1920 occurred.
The photograph was captured by Irving Underhill, a successful commercial photographer in the early 20th century.
Check out the Library of Congress or more info on the photo.
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