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Construction Workers Resting on Steel Beam Above Manhattan

Four construction workers take a nap, balanced on a steel girder hung 800 feet over Manhattan, during the construction of the RCA Building. Man on left has been identified as Joseph Eckner; man second from right in undershirt has been identified as Joe Curtis, per documentation found in the Rockefeller Center archives.
Four construction workers take a nap, balanced on a steel girder hung 800 feet over Manhattan, during the construction of the RCA Building. Man on left has been identified as Joseph Eckner; man second from right in undershirt has been identified as Joe Curtis, per documentation found in the Rockefeller Center archives.
Construction Workers Resting on Steel Beam Above Manhattan
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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517292658
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Bettmann
Date created:
September 20, 1932
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