Bygone Americana

A large Coca Cola sign and thermometer registers 100 degrees on top of building next to the Mayflower Hotel in Columbus Circle during a heat wave. New York, 1944.
By Marie Hansen

A large Coca Cola sign and thermometer registers 100 degrees on top of building next to the Mayflower Hotel in Columbus Circle during a heat wave. New York, 1944.

By Marie Hansen

(Source: TIME)

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    Wow look at the them. Still wearing modest outfits in 100°C . Look at us now in 25°C
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