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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • THE TOY DEPARTMENT, 1913

Munich c.1952

Munich c.1952

I don't know the location. Perhaps Shorpy readers can pinpoint it. My dad was in the US Army, stationed in Germany in the early 1950s. He bought a great Agfa Karat 35mm camera and left me some beautiful slides. View full size.

Kaufingerstraße in 2009

Here is a photo of Karlstor (Carl's gate) on Kaufingerstraße from when I was there in 2009.

Thanks!

Thank you for the location!

Neuhauser Strasse in Munich

This is a view of Neuhauser Strasse in Munich. The structure on the right just beyond the scaffolding is called the Bürgersaalkirche.

This is the Karlstor (Carl's gate) from the inside

This is the Karlstor (Carl's gate) seen from the inside. Nowadays the street (Kaufingerstraße) is a pedestrian area: no cars, no streetcars. A subway is running beneath.

 
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