How to beat the heat in NYC – old school
Posted: July 10, 2020 Filed under: Entertainment, Neighborhood Anecdotes (NYC), Vintage | Tags: BDSM, D/s, dievca, FDNY, Life, NYC, photo, retro, Summer, Summer heat, water
Mayor Hylan turning on the water for the first shower, July 6, 1921. West 47th Street near 8th Avenue, New York City. Photo by International Newsreel.
Enjoying the Croton Surf Under the Fire Department Sprinkler on 85th Street Near Lexington Avenue, August 17, 1920. Fire Department erects sprinkler for kiddies at 85th Street & Lexington Avenue, NYC. Kids enjoy bathing during hot weather. Photo by International Newsreel.
Kids in New York City splash around in a street flooded by fire hydrants, circa 1957. Keystone/Getty Images
Play Street and street shower alongside the Queensboro Bridge, June 22, 1934. Department of Bridges, Plant & Structures Collection, NYC Municipal Archives.
Denis P. Gorman Memorial Playground, Jackson Heights, Queens: Opening ceremonies, children grabbing for melon, August 11, 1934. Department of Parks & Recreation Collection, NYC Municipal Archives.
Kids in Harlem, New York City, cool off in front of a fire hydrant, circa 1966. Harry Benson Getty Images
dievca is ready to run under a fire hydrant sprinkle shower if the FDNY would oblige…