Sunday, September 13, 2015

"Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland" Vintage New York

Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland New York
Vintage New York
Old New York


"Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland"
Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
New York
Vintage and Old New York


Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
New York
Vintage and Old New York


Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
New York
Vintage and Old New York
Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland
New York City
Vinatge New York
Old New York

New York City is the most densely populated major city in the United States. Located at the southern tip of the state of New York, the city is the center of the New York metropolitan area, one of the most populous urban agglomerations in the world. A global power city, New York City exerts a significant impact upon commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment, its fast pace defining the term New York minute.



Tuesday, March 31, 2015

"Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland" - Easter Parade 5th Avenue New York NY

The Easter Parade
5th Avenue
New York, NY
"Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland"
From Richard Zampella Shannon Mulholland

The Easter parade is an American cultural event consisting of a festive strolling procession on Easter Sunday. Typically, it is a somewhat informal and unorganized event, with or without religious significance. Persons participating in an Easter parade traditionally dress in new and fashionable clothing, particularly ladies' hats, and strive to impress others with their finery. The Easter parade is most closely associated with Fifth Avenue in New York City, but Easter parades are held in many other cities. Starting as a spontaneous event in the 1870s, the New York parade became increasingly popular into the mid-20th century—in 1947, it was estimated to draw over a million people.

"Richard Zampella" & "Shannon Mulholland"
Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Easter Parade
5th Avenue New York, NY

Easter Parade
Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland New York
"Richard Zampella" "Shannon Mulholland"

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

"Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland" - New York 1950

Old New York
On the Avenue
New York City
New York 1950
"Richard Zampella" and "Shannon Mulholland"


"Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland"
From Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
New York City 1950

Richard Zampella, Shannon Mulholland
Come Up to My Place
On the Town
CHIP:
My father told me, "Chip, my boy,
There'll come a time when you leave home;
If you should ever hit New York,
Be sure to see the Hippodrome."
HILDY:
The Hippodrome?
CHIP:
The Hippodrome.
HILDY:
Did I hear right?
Did you say the Hippodrome?
CHIP:
Yes, you heard right.
Yes, I said the Hip-
(Hildy brakes.)
Hey what did you stop for?
HILDY:
It ain't there anymore.
Aida sang an "A"
And blew the place away!
CHIP:
Aw, I wanted to see the Hippodrome!
HILDY:
Give me a chance, kid;
I may not have 5,000 seats but the one I have is a honey!
Come up to my place.
CHIP:
Oh no, lady; the Forrest The-a-tre.
When I was home I saw the plays
The Ladies Drama Circle showed.
Now I am here, I want to get
Some tickets for "Tobacco Road."
HILDY:
"Tobacco Road?"
CHIP:
"Tobacco Road?"
HILDY:
Did I dig that?
Did you say "Tobacco Road"?
CHIP:
Yes, you dug that,
Yes, I said "Tobac-"
(Hildy brakes again.)
Hey what for did you stop?
HILDY:
That show has closed up shop.
The actors washed their feet
And called it "Angel Street."
CHIP:
Aw, I wanted to see "Tobacco Road."
HILDY:
Stick with me, kid, and I'll show you the road to ruin.
Come up to my place.
CHIP:
Oh no, Battery Park.
Back home I dreamt of catching fish
So big I couldn't carry 'em.
They told me that they have my size
Right here in the Aquarium.
HILDY:
Aquarium?
CHIP:
Aquarium.
HILDY:
Hold the phone, Joe?
Did you say Aquarium?
CHIP:
I'm still ringing;
But I said Aquar-
(She brakes again.)
Did you stop for what, hey?
HILDY:
The fish have flown away;
They're in the Bronx instead,
They might as well be dead!
Come up to my place.
CHIP:
No, Chambers Street.
They told me I could see New York
In all its spreading strength and power
From the city's highest spot,
Atop the famous Woolworth Tower.
HILDY:
The Woolworth Tower?
CHIP:
The Woolworth Tower.
HILDY:
Beat me, Daddy,
Did you say the Woolworth Tower?
CHIP:
I won't beat you,
But I said the Wool-
(Hildy brakes again.)
Did you stop for hey what?
HILDY:
That ain't the highest spot.
You're just a little late,
We got the Empire State!
Let's go to my place!
CHIP:
Let's go to Cleopatra's Needle.
Let's see Wanamaker's Store.
Let's go to Lindy's, go to Luchow's;
Let's see Radio City and Herald Square.
Go to Reuben's! Go to Macy's!
To the Roxy! Cloisters! Gimbel's!
Flatiron Building! Hippodrome!!
HILDY:
My place!!!

Richard Zampella

Monday, October 13, 2014

Old New York - 42nd St Times Square - Richard Zampella & Shannon Mulholland

New York City's 42nd Street


Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
New York 1920s


Old New York
1920s
42nd Street
Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Richard Zampella Shannon Mulholland

New York New York - On the Town:
GABEY, CHIP, OZZIE:
New York, New York!
It's a helluva town!

GABEY:
We've got one day here and not another minute
To see the famous sights!

OZZIE:
We'll find the romance and danger waiting in it
Beneath the Broadway lights;
But we've hair on our chests
So what we like the best are the nights
Sights! Lights! Nights!

GABEY, CHIP, OZZIE:
New York, New York, a helluva town.
The Bronx is up, but the Battery's down.
The people ride in a hole in the groun'.
New York, New York, it's a helluva town!

CHIP:
(points to Empire State Building)
Hey, Gabey! Gabey, look.

(consulting his guidebook with reverence and excitement)

Gabey, it says here "There are 20,000 streets in New York,
not counting MacDougal Alley the heart of Green-Witch Village,
a charming thoroughfare filled with..."

OZZIE:
Here we go again!

CHIP:
The famous places to visit are so many,
Or so the guidebooks say.
I promised Daddy I wouldn't miss on any.
And we have just one day.
Got to see the whole town
From Yonkers on down to the Bay.

GABEY, CHIP, OZZIE:
In just one day!

New York, New York, a visitor's place,
Where no one lives on account of the pace,
But seven millions are screaming for space.
New York, New York, it's a visitor's place!

(Two sailors enter, weaving and weary-looking -
one happy, one very glum.)

GABEY:
Hey! Look who's comin' back! It's Tom and Andy!

OZZIE:
Hey, Tom, Andy! Hey, fellas, how are the New York dames?

ANDY:
Wonderful - I don't remember a thing!

TOM:
Awful! I remember everything!

(Tom and Andy exit.)

OZZIE:

Manhattan women are dressed in silk and satin,
Or so the fellas say;
There's just one thing that's important in Manhattan,
When you have just one day;
Gotta pick up a date...

CHIP:
Maybe seven...

OZZIE:
Or eight
On your way.

GABEY, CHIP, OZZIE:
In just one day!

New York, New York, a helluva town.
The Bronx is up, but the Battery's down.
The people ride in a hole in the groun'.
New York, New York, it's a helluva town!!



Sunday, March 2, 2014

Old New York - Herald Square looking uptown ( Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland )

Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
From Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Herald Square, New York City 1909



A Bustling Herald Square in 1909
Looking towards the skyscraper The Times Building


New York City, New York
New York City When

"richard Zampella" "Richard Zampella Shannon Mulholland"

Monday, February 3, 2014

Old New York - Times Square 1920 - "Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland"




Richard Zampella and Shannon Mulholland
Times Square, New York City 1920
The Greatest City in the World

A wondrous City of Lights
The incredible Times Square


New York City, New York
Richard Zampella Shannon Mulholland New York
New York City When


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