"Lunch atop a Skyscraper" Rockefeller Center New York City4:28
I have also asked thousands of times by these people, who were they, were some of them still alive?
Men have no such protection nungún safety, since at the time of the Great Depression people were willing to accept any job regardless of problems security.
Previously attributed to an anonymous author, has recognized Charles C. Ebbets as author since 2003 and was previously wrongly attributed to Lewis Hine who first documented the rise of Empire State in 1931.
As the photographer, the names of the workers also remains a mystery. It is believed that workers could be Irish.
The man seated 4th from the right is Francis Michael Rafferty allegedly with his best friend Stretch Donahue on his right.
According to the investigation; going left to right:
Martin O'Shaughnessy (Ireland), James Joy (Ireland), Austin Lawton (Newfoundland), John Charles Cook (Native American), Claude Stagg (Newfoundland), John Patrick Madden, "Stretch" Donahue (Ireland), Francis Michael Rafferty (Ireland), Thomas Enright (Ireland), Thomas "Norton" Naughton (Ireland), Patrick "Sonny" Glynn (Ireland).
The photo was taken on the 69th floor of the G.E. Building in Rockefeller Center on September 29th, 1932, by Charles C. Ebbets and published by NY Herald Tribune on October 1932.