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No. 39 Chambers St., New York, opposite the Rotunda, rebuilt on the scite [sic] of the (formerly) New York Bath / A.J. Davis, delt. ; Imbert's Lithography.

Spring and summer fashions for 1841, by A.F. Saguezs & G.C. Merrill, 25 Courtland-St., New-York, agents / H.D.

Kemp's vegetable pastilles for expelling worms from the system / lith. of Snyder, Black & Sturn 92 William St. New York.

Thaddeus Davids and Cos. writing inks / lith. of Snyder, Black & Sturn 92 William St. New York.

W.M. Raymond & Co. Proprietors & manufacturers of metallic burial cases & caskets. 348 Pearl St., New York / Hatch & Co. 111 Broadway N.Y.

Shenandoah Valley smoking tobacco Manufactured by Wm. H. Goodwin & Co., 207 & 209 Water St., New York.

B.T. Babbitt, 64, 65, 66 ... Washington St., New York, 41, 42, 43, & 44 West St., betw. Rector & Morris Sts.

Clarendon Hotel, 4th Ave. 18th St., New York City

[Broadway near Grand St., New York City]

Imposing the Cardinal's berretta - upon his grace Archbishop McCloskey of New York, by his grace Archbishop Bayley of Baltimore, at St. Patricks Cathedral, N.Y., April 27th 1875 / published by Currier & Ives, 125 Nassau St. New York.

Works of Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co., Bridgeport, Conn. / Wils. Porter, del., '81. ; Charles Hart, lith., 26 Vesey St., NY.

Broad St., corner of Wall St. New York, U.S.A. Calle de Broad esquina de Wall, New York, E.U.de A.

[Waldorf-Astoria, 5th Ave. south from 35th St., New York City] / J.S. Johnston, view & marine photo, N.Y.

Broadway and Canal St., New York

Italian bread peddlers, Mulberry St., New York

Fifth Ave. at 65 St., New York

Mott St., New York

Mulberry St., New York, N.Y.

Walking on Grand St., New York

Walking on Grand St., New York

Sixth Ave. up from Fourteenth St., New York

St. Paul and Park Row buildings from Vesey St., New York

Yard of a tenement at Park Ave. [Avenue] and 107th St., New York

U.S. Sub-treasury [Federal Hall], Wall St., New York

Peanut stand, West 42nd [Forty-second] St., New York

Rev. Dame speaking to crowd on Wall St., New York

Walking on Grand St., New York

Mrs. Catherine Wentworth in her art studio, 15 W. 67th St., New York

Snow storm, 14th St., New York

Delivery wagon of Pabst Brewing Company, N.Y.

Yard of tenement at Park Ave. and 107th St., New York

Washington's headquarters [i.e. Morris-Jumel mansion], 160th St., New York, N.Y.

The Bowery near Grand St., New York

Fifth Avenue, North from Fifty-first St., New York, N.Y.

U.S. Sub-treasury [Federal Hall], Wall St., New York

South St., New York

Central Park at 59th St., New York

United States Custom House (new), facing Bowling Green at the foot of Broadway, with Produce Exchange across Whitehall St., New York City

5th Ave. and 59th St., New York

Blockaded cars on 23rd St., New York

Turn in Broad St., New York

The Sunday noonday crowd on Fifth Ave., looking north from 53rd St., New York

Police guarding [failed] Pati's bank, Elizabeth St. [New York City]

Police driving crowd through 15th St., New York

Singer Building, N.W. corner of Broadway and Liberty St., New York City

Peddlers - coats, Hester St.

View from 33rd floor of Met. Life Tower showing 23rd St., New York

Suffragettes on 23rd St., New York

Crowd before failed bank of Pati & Son, Elizabeth St., New York

Street vendor showing Christmas toys to boys 23rd., St. New York

The docks along West St., New York City

Firemen and equipment used against burning building on 14th St., New York

Church of the Incarnation, Madison Ave. and 35th St., New York

Apthorpe Apartments. Broadway & 78th St., New York

Education and school children - roof of crippled children's school

10th Calvary marching in parade on Wall St., New York

Russian immigrant home, N.Y.

The Hudson River and Riverside Park, north from 93rd St., New York, N.Y.

Presbyterian Hospital, Park Ave. & 70th St., New York City

Highest Priced Ap'm't [i.e., apartment] -- Browka's [i.e., Brokaw's] residence

National Savings & Trust Co, [15th St. & New York Avenue, Washington, D.C.]

4:00 P.M. Mrs. Frances Rosep, 309 E. 110th St., New York., ground floor; and three children who work on willow plumes. Tony is 7 years old, Annie, 10. They are learning. Ruby, 12 years old, has worked some months. All make $2.50 a week. Father is a butcher. Location: New York, New York (State)

Germania Life Bldg., 4th Ave. & 17th St., New York City

Arnold Genthe's studio at 41 E. 49th St., New York City

[Bird's-eye view of Riverside Drive from 72nd St., New York City]

Apartment houses, Claremont Ave. near 116th St., New York City

A "reflection" on the parent. Reflection in looking glass shows the father who had been picking nuts but refused to be photographed. He is out of work. Tommy Mascola, 5 years, picks some, Minne, 7 years, Rosie 9, and Angeline 11. Make $3.00 and $4.00 a week. 145 Hudson St., New York City. Location: New York, New York (State)

Grand Central Depot, Park Ave. and 42nd St., New York City

[Men in bread line on 41st St., New York City]

St. R'Y strike, 1916 - Stopping cars

Hotel Gilsey, Broadway & 29th St., New York City

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Part of Italian Regiment raised for service under the American flag, parade through New York streets, after being reviewed at City Hall. The Italian Regiment, parading through City Hall Park, 1917

Victory Arch, Madison Square and 25th St., New York City

County Court House, Chambers St., New York City

Longacre Square, S. from 46th St., New York City

[Snow blocked traffic. West St. north from Cortlandt St., New York City]

[Broadway north from 38th St., New York City, showing Winter Garden, Maxine Elliott's, Casino, and Knickerbocker Theatres]

Neptune (Hudson Maxim), Miss America (Margaret Gorman) at Atlantic City Carnival, Sept. 7, 1922 / photo by Bain News Service, 225 Canal St., New York.

Presbyterian Church, 5th Ave. and 12th St., New York, New York. Chancel from right

Presbyterian Church, 5th Ave. and 12th St., New York, New York. Chancel from center aisle

Embassy Club, business at E. 57th St., New York City. Night picture, general view

Park Ave. M.E. Church, Park Ave. at 86th St., New York, New York. Vertical interior from entrance

Mrs. Emily Price Post, residence at 39 E. 79th St., New York City. Sofa, painting and window

The Spence School, 22 E. 91st St., New York City. Nature class at windows

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Living room, to two doors

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Vista through doorway

Charles S. MacVeigh, residence at 40 E. 71st St., New York City. Dining room

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. From Central Park III

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. From Central Park II

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Library

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Vertical of dining room fireplace

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. From Central Park III

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. From first floor, Mayflower Hotel

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. From Central Park II

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Blue room window

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Living room, to fireplace

Y.M.C.A., 63rd St., New York City. General view from Mayflower Hotel

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Vertical of dining room windows

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Entrance hall

R.C. Leffingwell, residence at 38 E. 69th St., New York City. Dining room from living room door