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|Title: ||Conventional Scow and Self Dumping Scow at Dock|
|Keywords: ||Department of Street Cleaning|
|Issue Date: ||17-Oct-2007 |
|Abstract: ||Black and white photograph of a Department of Street Cleaning self
dumping scow with No. 1 written on the back of scow docked adjacent to
full conventional scow in New York City, pre 1930.|
|Description: ||Photograph found in archives of New York City Department of Sanitation.
Conventional scow is filled with refuse, ready for departure to
landfill. Newer self cleaning scow is closer to the dock with D.S.C.
No.1 painted on back of scow, along with Daily and Ivins sign.|
|Appears in Collections:||NYU-New York Department of Sanitation Museum Project|
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