This compelling photograph marks a special moment in New York's history: in 1937 Americans had spent a record $900 million for radios, and it was expected they'd stay home New Year's Eve and tune into Kate Smith and Rudy Vallee. As this vibrant nighttime shot shows, predictions can be wrong - thousands of New Yorkers came out to herald the New Year. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, we're proud to offer this historic photograph, first printed in The New York Times. 12" wide x 14" high (8 x 10" mat opening) 16" wide x 20" high (11 x 14" mat opening) 20" wide x 24" high (16 x 20" mat opening) Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives. Includes a certificate of authenticity from the New York Times. Backed with a label giving time period and full story of the image. Offered exclusively through Pottery Barn. Framed in ramin wood with a black or espresso finish. White archival-quality, acid-free, beveled-cut mat. Black and white image printed on 260-gram paper with a satin finish. Plexiglas front.