Remains Of Radio Row : News Photo

Remains Of Radio Row

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View looking across rubble at the north side of Cordland Street, formerly home to 'Radio Row,' as seen during the demolotion phase of the groundlaying for the World Trade Center, New York, New York, May 29, 1966. The building at the left is 84 Cortandt, former home of the Rand Radio Corp. and the one on the right is 80-76 Cortland, former home of Mike Kranz (#80), Short Wave Radio (#78), and North Radio (#76). (Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images)
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View looking across rubble at the north side of Cordland Street, formerly home to 'Radio Row,' as seen during the demolotion phase of the groundlaying for the World Trade Center, New York, New York, May 29, 1966. The building at the left is 84 Cortandt, former home of the Rand Radio Corp. and the one on the right is 80-76 Cortland, former home of Mike Kranz (#80), Short Wave Radio (#78), and North Radio (#76). (Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images)
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May 29, 1966
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