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Wall Street Panorama without People.
This is a 370 degree view of the Wall Street area of lower Manhattan, taken on a Sunday afternoon in 1988. It was published in Time Magazine in October of 1988 to illustrate a story on the one year anniversary of the 1987 stock market crash. It was published as a two page wide by about one and a half page tall. It includes the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Building, Federal Hall (where George Washington took his oath of office), Trinity Church and many other bank buildings. This shot is virtually impossible to reshoot today because nearly all traffic into this area of NY is prohibited. Since September 11th, much stricter security measures have been enacted. The panorama was shot using a #10 Cirkut camera and the print is a traditionally printed contact print! The negative is 10 inches tall and 71 inches long. CS_EAC_007
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