Toronto. This photo was taken in 1932 by an unknown photographer, It shows a bunch of skyscraper workers sitting out in space along a girder as they eat lunch high above NYC at a time when many skyscrapers were being built. Some buildings used Iroquois from Canada to do this daring work. Modern day Safety rules would ban such derring do.
In both cases, a big thank you goes to my friend and fellow PHSC member, George Dunbar, who is pursuing his interest in photographic history from retirement. As many know, George is a photographer and videographer in his own right (and a speaker, writer, and contributor to the PHSC).