Map of the Village of Mott Haven
In the town of Morrisania, county of Westchester, state of New York, 1864. Surveyed by R. Henwood.
222 Choice Dwellings and Building Lots
To be Sold at Public Auction Tuesday April 9, 1889, at the real estate exchange and auction room.
"The Flat Iron"
Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
Men working in a rubber factory, loading rubber into an iron press; fire buckets visible.
Harlem Slum Area, Wesley MacArdell Films.
Building facades on a street in Harlem; an abandoned machine & iron works building is visible.
[330 West 26th Street]
Rocker Bros. Iron Works is visible.
[237 East 112th Street]
Kaplan Iron Works is visible.
[126 East 129th Street]
A. F. Smith Iron Works and Seneca Tile Works are visible.
Mrs. Edgar Leonard [residence]. Exterior, lower part from left.
With decorative iron grill work balcony and shubbery. Located at 142 East 62nd Street.
Mugler's Iron Works.
Close-up of the iron gateway to be placed at City College at 138th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.
J.P. Morgan Bank. Detail view of entrance, Hecla-Winslow work.
23 Wall Street. J.P. Morgan Bank, general view of entrance, Hecla-Winslow work.
17th Street and 5th Avenue. Mott Iron Works Building.
Barber Shop. New York Stock Exchange, interior.
Public Library, Carroll Branch.
General Post Office Building, New York Law Library, interior.
535 West 123rd Street. Jewish Theological Seminary, reference library.
Park Avenue between 40th and 41st Street. Murray Hill Hotel, detail of ornamental iron work on balconies.
Iron work, Boules Street.
Banister with detailed ironwork.
Banister with ironwork.
Boules Street Iron work.
Banister with ironwork outside a home.
Iron work on stairs.
Ironwork on a banister outside of a home.
Iron work, Boules street.
New York Iron Foundry, Printing Press & Saw Manufactory, H. Worrall & Co.
No. 22, 24, 26, & 28 Elm St. between Pearl and Duane.
Etna Iron Works. John Roach & Son, Office 330 Rivington St.
The Mammoth Iron Steam-Ship Great Eastern.
View of the Architectural Iron Works
13th & 14th Sts. East River. New York. Sarony, Major & Knapp. Lith. 449 Broadway. New York.
Associated Veterans of the DeLamater Iron Works 34th Annual Banquet
April 7, 1938. Honorary chef, Oscar Tschirky.
Representation of the First Cast Iron House Erected.
Ackerman, lithogr. 120 Fulton St. N.Y. Representation of the First Cast Iron House Erected. Invented...
Ironing, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Iron, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Irons, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Irons 2, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Ironing Pants, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Ironing a Jacket, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
[Ironing, 10th Ave. & 36th St.]
Morgan Iron Works Foot of 9th St E.R., New York.
Quintard, Merritt & Co., Proprietors.
The Mammoth Iron Steam-Ship "Great Eastern" 22,500 Tons, 2600 Horse Power.
Capture and Fall of Charleston, S.C. Feby. 18th 1865.
Inconsequence of the triumphant march of Genl. Sherman through the State of South Carolina, Charleston...
The Bombardment and Capture of Fort Fisher, N.C., Jany. 15th 1865
Both the Army and Navy were engaged in this great exploit, the most terrific of its kind on record. The...
Terrific Combat Between the "Monitor" 2 Guns & "Merrimac" 10 Guns.
The First Fight Between Iron Clad Ships of War. In Hampton Roads, March 9th 1862.
The Union Iron Clad Monitor "Montauk."
Destroying the Rebel Steamship "Nashville," in the Ogeeche River, near Savannah Ga. Feby. 27th 1863.
The Sinking of the "Cumberland" by the Iron Clad "Merrimac", Off Newport News, Va. March 8th 1862.
The "Cumberland" went down with all her Flags flying: destroyed, but not conquered. Her gallant Commander...
Terrific Engagement Between the "Monitor" 2 Guns, and "Merrimac" 10 Guns, in Hampton Roads, March 9th 1862.
The First Fight Between Iron Ships of War. In which the Merrimac was crippled, and the whole Rebel Fleet...
The Splendid Naval Triumph on the Mississippi, April 24th 1862.
Destruction of the Rebel gunboats, rams and iron clad batteries by the Union fleet under Flag Officer...
Age of Iron. Man As He Expects To Be.
Genl. Israel Putnam.
The Iron Son of "76." Effecting his escape from the British Dragoons.
Genl. Israel Putnam - "The Iron Son of '76."
Escaping from the British Dragoons, at Rocky Neck, Conn.
New York Crystal Palace.
For the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations. Constructed of Iron and Glass.
The Iron Steam Ship "Great Eastern" 22,500 Tons.
Constructed under the direction of I. K. Brunel, F.R.S. - D.C.L.
The Iron Steam Ship Great Britain.
The Largest in the World. Off Sandy Hook August 10th 1845.
Off Sandy Hook May 14th 1852.