July 8, 2013
A flood hit parts of New York in February of 1936, leaving spots in and around the Garden partially submerged. I pass over this photograph in the LuEsther T. Mertz Library archive every so often. I can’t get over the otherworldly drift of it—how the road slips off into the mirror of trees and fog. —MN

A flood hit parts of New York in February of 1936, leaving spots in and around the Garden partially submerged. I pass over this photograph in the LuEsther T. Mertz Library archive every so often. I can’t get over the otherworldly drift of it—how the road slips off into the mirror of trees and fog. —MN

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