View looking north up 5th Avenue from office window at 681 5th Avenue at 53rd Street.
5th Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets. St. Patrick's Cathedral.
New York Worlds Fair, New England, Yankee, ship's figurehead.
[Bird's-eye view of church interior, looking toward the altar.]
Eastern Cooperative League, candid shot to show Mrs. Mary Long mailing checks.
Eastern Cooperative League, candid shot to show Mr. Ahearn mailing checks.
Wurts Family Record, compiled in 1906 by Waldemer Wurts, photo by Norman Wurts.
Wurts family records.
Rochdale Institute class at 23rd Street Y.M.C.A.
Eastern Wholesale CO-OP, Brooklyn.
Cooperative League of the U.S.A. View at new Cooperative Wholesale.
Illustration for Lionel Wurts' paint stories, American Home magazine, fall of 1943.
Frame with stamps, Statue of Liberty from all over the world.
Copy of old family group picture for H.G.Phipps, SC-USNR.
Ozo-Ray Products Co., Dutchess Bakers Machinery Co., Beacon, New York, exhibit at Architects Samples Corp.
New York Life Building.
New York Life Building, from roof of 5th Avenue building.
Photo layout for advertising/publicity for Wurts Brothers Richard Wurts, three 8x10" photos on card, 30x19" reduced to 8 1/2x5 1/2 to fit in regular size mailing house in Lloyd Harbor, India masks, ar
[Two women having tea in an apartment].
Union Dime Savings Bank, interior view of scrapping old boilers in basement annex.
Book cover, "The Fingerprint Instructor" by Frederick Kunne.
Painting of seascape and gulls, "Annot" Jacobi, artist.
Lieutenant Livingston Longfellow, copy of portrait in uniform.
Norman Wurts birth certificate, August 2 1872 n.b. date should be August 12, 1871 issued at Trenton, New Jersey.
Lionel Wurts birth certificate, issued at City Clerk's Office, Hoboken, NJ, January 4, 1874.
Genealogical Record of the Wurts Family, front page, published in 1889 by Charles Pemberton Wurts.
Repairing grate bars to furnace, before and after.
Copy of old snapshot group with Miss Gatler in center, Lieutenant Col. Billy Mitchell at left [taken for?] Julius F. Gayler.
Bird's-eye view of housing layout, drawing by Vanesdorf.
Miss Mary B.C. Byrne, photo of her feet taken at the George Washington Hotel.
View of housing layout, revised drawing by Vanesdorf.
Poster, Second Liberty Loan.