Item 34. The Great White Way / Times Square at Night
Darkens Lights under Army Air-raid Regulations
 (Times Square looking north, April 29, 1942)
The familiar Broadway lights are dimmed for the remainder of World War II as Mid-town Manhattan
 complies with new Army lighting restrictions designed to curtail enemy attacks on shipping.
 The “dimout” was a prelude to a total blackout scheduled the next evening which affected almost
 all of Manhattan from river to river bounded by Eleventh Street on the south  and 123d Street on the north. 

GREAT WHITE WAY AT NIGHT ITEM #34

16 X 20 Silver Gelatin Fiber Base Print
(Allow Ten Days for Delivery)

   $1600

11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Fiber Base Print
(Allow Ten Days for Delivery)

  $1400

16 X 20 Fine Art Archival Digital Print 
(Ships Immediately)

    $495

11 X 14 Fine Art Archival Digital Print 
(Ships Immediately)

    $425

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