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Depression-Era 'Lunch Atop a Skyscraper' a Symbol of American Optimism

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It’s been a mystery in the United States since the Great Depression: Who are the 11 men pictured in a famous photograph called “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper”? In the 1932 photo, the construction workers are enjoying their lunch break on a metal beam, 256 meters up in the air above New York City streets. That skyscraper is now part of the Rockefeller Center complex, and that's where Boris Koltsov went in search of answers. Anna Rice narrates his report.

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