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Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1852 by P.K. [?] Weizel in the Clerks Office of District...

[Residence showing Fort George in the distance.]

[Residence showing Fort George in the distance.]


[The Wilkins house which contains a curious hiding place in the cellar.]

[The Wilkins house which contains a curious hiding place in the cellar.]


[Eastchester, old house near Reid's Mill.]

[Eastchester, old house near Reid's Mill.]


[Fay-Crawford Home.]

[Fay-Crawford Home.]


[House in the Bronx.]

[House in the Bronx.]


[Hans Bergen house.]

[Hans Bergen house.]


[Houses along a river.]

[Houses along a river.]


[Interior.]

[Interior.]

Possibly the interior of the Harry Harkness Flagler residence, 1898-1900.

[Dilapidated house.]

[Dilapidated house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Interior of an unidentified house.]

[Interior of an unidentified house.]


[Interior of unidentified house.]

[Interior of unidentified house.]

Possibly George A. Hearn's home- 48 East 69th Street.

[Interior of an unidentified house.]

[Interior of an unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house in Brooklyn.]

[Unidentified house in Brooklyn.]


Van Sicklen House- Brooklyn.

Van Sicklen House- Brooklyn.


[Western side Schenck homestead.]

[Western side Schenck homestead.]


[North side Schenck homestead.]

[North side Schenck homestead.]


[Western side of Schenck homestead.]

[Western side of Schenck homestead.]


[Front (eastern) side of Schenck homestead.]

[Front (eastern) side of Schenck homestead.]


[Schermerhorn House.]

[Schermerhorn House.]

In the Greenwood Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn.

[982 Summit Avenue.]

[982 Summit Avenue.]


[Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]

[Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]


[Houses on Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]

[Houses on Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]


[Houses on Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]

[Houses on Tyndall Avenue and 261st Street.]


[West side of Tyndall Avenue near 261st Street.]

[West side of Tyndall Avenue near 261st Street.]


[Brady Avenue and Wallace Avenue.]

[Brady Avenue and Wallace Avenue.]


[Crother Homestead.]

[Crother Homestead.]


[South Boulevard and 174th Street.]

[South Boulevard and 174th Street.]

In the Fairmont-Claremont Village section of the Bronx.

[Old house near Hunts Point Road.]

[Old house near Hunts Point Road.]

A house in Hunts Point, what was once a rural section of the Bronx.

[Oak Point Avenue and Tiffany Avenue.]

[Oak Point Avenue and Tiffany Avenue.]

Hunts Point, when it was starting to develop.

[Suburbs of New York]

[Suburbs of New York]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


[Unidentified house.]

[Unidentified house.]


No. 80 Washington Place

No. 80 Washington Place


Cor. Avenue F and East 29th Street, Flatbush, N. Y.

Cor. Avenue F and East 29th Street, Flatbush, N. Y.


Site of Long Island Club -- 1868.

Site of Long Island Club -- 1868.


[House near Fort Lee Ferry.]

[House near Fort Lee Ferry.]


The Japanese House, Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y.

The Japanese House, Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y.


[52 Livingston Street.]

[52 Livingston Street.]


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