Public School, Catherine and Oliver Streets.
A rendering of a new public school at Henry, Catherine and Oliver Streets.
[Mariners' Temple, 12 Oliver Street.]
Formerly Oliver Street Baptist Church.
Oliver Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Door-way of a house in Oliver Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Powers and Olive Streets
[Oliver Street Church.]
Powers and Olive Streets [Variant]
North side of Oliver Street from the corner of Chatham Square. 1812. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views...
Oliver Street, nos. 25-29
Between East Broadway and Madison Street.
Oliver Street, nos. 25-29 [Variant]
Oliver Street, nos. 13 1/2-29
Oliver Street and Henry Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Third, Fayette or Oliver St., Baptist Church. Northwest corner of Henry & Oliver Sts. | J. Clarence Davies...
[25 Oliver Street, Alfred E. Smith's home from 1918-1928.]
[First cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel at New Bowery and Oliver Street.]
25 Oliver Street. East side, west side, all around the town, the tots play ring a rosy, London Bridge...
The Boy Who Was Born on Oliver Street.
This would have been published in The World on Wednesday November 7, 1928 if Alfred E. Smith had won...
[First existing Jewish burial gound, New Bowery near Oliver Street.]
Perry's Family Ointment
Principal depot, 157 Chatham Street.
[Alfred E. Smith, Emily Smith, Alfred E. Smith, Jr. and Mrs. Smith (Catherine Ann Dunn) at the polling place at Oliver and Henry Streets.]
[Entrance to the First Shearith Israel Graveyard.]
[Oldest tombstone in the first existing Jewish cemetery.]
[Jewish burial ground.]
[Gravestone in Jewish burial ground.]
[Tombstone in the Jewish burial ground.]
[Grave in the Jewish cemetery.]
[Graves in the Jewish Cemetery.]
[Clotheslines and elevated railroad by the Jewish Cemetery.]
[Jewish cemetery on New Bowery Street.]
[Graves in the Jewish cemetery.]
[Mourners in the Jewish cemetery.]