Vintage photo by Roege of the Horn & Hardart automat NYC

Vintage photo large format black and white glossy of Horn & Hardart coin op cafateria interior vending machines. Horn & Hardart was a food services company in the United States noted for operating the first food service automats in Philadelphia and New York City. I pulled this info off the internet Guide to the William J. Roege Photograph Collection 1910-1937, undated PR 181 Approximately 500 vintage negatives and corresponding photographic prints by William J. Roege were purchased on March 19, 1940. The vintage prints were dispersed throughout the Geographic File (PR 020); the negatives remain in this collection. Modern contact prints in this collection were produced between 1968 through 1970 by Klein Brothers Studio, New York, under contract with the New-York Historical Society to reformat its oversize glass negatives. The majority of the oversize negatives from which photographic prints were made were destroyed. 14" x 11" unframed

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