Union Square, New York City
Bowling Green, 1860
Printed by Arthur Jaffé Heliochrome Co., New York City, U.S.A.
View of Baxter (Late Orange St.) betw. Hester & Grand St. 1861
F. von Bardeleben, New York & Germany
Broad Street, N. Y. C.
Original etching by L. Louis Dolice. Published by Louis Cahan & Co.
Artwork by John Westcott. Published by The Emporium Press and Zinna the Nut.
To the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New-York [Concerning the roads and avenues leading to New York City.]
[Park Avenue looking south, with lighted Christmas trees.]
[Two views of Metropolitan Avenue.]
Two views of [Metropolitan Avenue.]
A dirt street in a wooded area.
[Bailey Avenue south from 238th Street.]
[Devoe's Lane, leading to Yonkers and Tuckahoe.]
A wooded area, by a small dirt road, in the Bronx.
Rooms to Sell
Billboards on Top of Buildings
People in front of a Circus Poster
Shed Roofed Houses
Horse and Wagon on a Ride.
[Broadway, Above 23rd Street]
Speedway Concourse & Transverse Road
In the 23rd & 24th Wards as Proposed by the Commissioner of Street Improvements of the 23rd & 24th Wards....
Scene on Broadway
Printed by the Arthur Jaffé Heliochrome Co., New York City, U.S.A.
Cunard Building, Bowling Green, New York.
Standard Oil Building, New York
© A.H. -- Printed in U.S.A. Pub. by Radiant Art Co., Inc. N.Y.
Broad Str., looking North. New York.
Fox, Souvenir Post Cards, 174 Fifth Ave., N.Y.
Broadway in 1865.
Broad Street, New York.
"Three Miles of Broadway," north from Columbia University, New York.
"Three Miles of Broadway," south from American League Park, New York.
Upper Broadway, New York City.
Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York.
Wall Street, New York.
Seventh Avenue, New York
G. 180 a. 23rd St., West from 3rd Ave., N.Y. City.
Bank of Metropolis B'd'g. Broadway. Union Square Park, N.Y.
Riverside Drive, New York.
The Ansonia. Broadway and 73rd Street, Most Superbly Equipped House in the World. New York, N.Y.
Upper Broadway, N.Y.
Broadway north from 62nd Street, with Hotel Empire at left.
Broadway from the Bowling Green As It Appeared in About 1826
Naked City [Boy standing on a stool.]
Naked City [Man and woman on street, walking dogs.]
Naked City [Man and woman on street, with dogs.]