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If you have been cruising the world wide web hoping to get some idea as to what the fair isle of Manhattan looked like on 1940s color film, then your search is over (for a little while). These color images first appeared in a 1940 issue of Click Magazine and you will get a glimpse of the Bowery, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue -there are also two color pictures of New York at night for all of you wanted to see what the door man at El Morocco wore or the club-crawlers in Harlem.

Click here to learn about the New Yorkers who volunteered to fight the Germans and Japanese in W.W. II.

       *Watch This Color Film Footage of 1940s New York*

Six Color Photos of 1940 Manhattan (Click Magazine, 1940)

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