Greater New York In A Single Photograph
Striking bird's eye view of New York and its suburbs, issued as a supplement to the November 1933 issue of National Geographi
On the verso, a simplified diagram shows a schematic image of the photograph, noting:
This diagram identifies the chief points of interest in the remarkable U.S. Army Air Corpos official photograph on the reverse side, which was taken by Captain Albert W. Stevens from an Army airplane at an altitude of 26,000 feet. The photograph encompasses an area estimated at 3,000 square miles, approximately that of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. It provides in a single photograph a bird's-eye view of America's foremost port, largest city, greatest population center, and the many historic, scenic, industrial, and engineering wonders of that area.