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January 1, 2023

Pictures of New Year’s Hangovers in New York City in the 1940s

The morning after New Year’s Eve in New York City:

Revelers recover from New Year’s Eve celebrations on the steps of Grand Central Station in New York.

A group of men sleep off their hangovers, while a lone pigeon drinks from a bowl of water set down nearby.

Revelers recover on the steps of Grand Central Station in New York after New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Employees of the Diamond Horseshoe in New York clean after a New Year’s party.

A man passed out at the Palm Beach Club in New York City.

A couple after celebrating at the Webster Hall New Year’s Party in New York.

After New Year’s Eve festivities, a man sits with his head on a table, still holding onto a noise maker, next to a woman at the Stuyvesant Casino in New York.

A young man slumped against railings blows on a battered toy trumpet during New Year’s celebrations in Times Square, New York.

A gentleman sits outside the Bowery after he wasn’t able to get a seat to celebrate New Year’s Eve at Sammy’s Bowery Follies in New York.




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