[33-35 Grand Street.]
Formerly Manufacturers Trust Company, originally North Side Bank.
[Looking west across the grounds of the Empire Stores, 53-83 Water Street.]
[Long Island Safe Deposit Company building and Bankside Boon Dock bar and restaurant.]
[Looking east toward the corner of Old Fulton and Water Streets from the edge of the East River.]
From left to right: Waterfront Restaurant (originally Franklin House hotel), Eagle Warehouse & Storage...
[Looking north from beneath the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society walkway to the Brooklyn Bridge.]
[Looking east on Broadway from Bedford Avenue and South 6th Street.]
[Hotel Montague, 103-105 Montague Street.]
[Grace Church, 254 Hicks Street.]
["Washington Irving" bronze bust on granite pedestal.]
[Universal Temple building.]
[Looking southwest across the East River to the twin towers of the World Trade Center from Brooklyn.]
[Looking to the skyline of Lower Manhattan from the Manhattan Bridge overpass in Brooklyn.]
[Looking to the Manhattan Bridge overpass and the skyline of Lower Manhattan from John Street.]
[Looking toward the twin towers of the World Trade Center from Vinegar Hill.]
[Looking west across the East River toward the Lower Manhattan skyline.]
[Underneath the Manhattan Bridge overpass.]
[Looking across the East River to the Lower Manhattan skyline.]
[Looking southwest across the East River to the Brooklyn Bridge and the twin towers of the World Trade Center.]
[Walentas Building, Sweeney Building and Empire Stores seen from the East River.]
The Walentas Building is also known as Gair Building No. 7 and was converted to condominiums in 1999....
[Looking southwest from the grounds of the Empire Stores across the East River to Lower Manhattan.]
[Looking southwest across the East River to the Lower Manhattan skyline.]
[Looking southwest over the East River to the Brooklyn Bridge and the Lower Manhattan skyline.]
[Looking north on Washington Street from Front Street to the Manhattan Bridge.]
[Willow Street façade of Federal-style wood frame house, 24 Middagh Street.]
[104-106 Willow Street.]
[2-3 Pierrepont Place.]
2-3 Pierrepont Place were originally the Alexander M. White and Abiel Abbot Low houses.
Likely in Brooklyn Heights.
[214, 212, and 210 Columbia Heights.]
[Statue of Lady Justice on cupola of Brooklyn Borough Hall.]
[St. Charles Borromeo Church.]
[5, 3 and 1 Monroe Place.]
[112, 110, 108, 106, and 104 Willow Street.]
[161 Henry Street.]
[112, 110, and 108 Willow Street.]
[24, 22, and 20 College Place.]
[Grand Army Plaza.]
[North side of Broadway between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue.]
The cast iron building in the middle of the block is the Smith, Gray & Company building at 103 Broadway,...
[Looking south on South Street to the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges and the Lower Manhattan skyline.]
[The ships Peking and Wavertree docked at piers 15-17 in the South Street Seaport.]
[Federal-style wood frame house and garden wall, 24 Middagh Street.]
[South side of Pierrepont Street between Hicks and Henry Streets.]
[129 Joralemon Street.]
[178 and 176 Columbia Heights.]
[278 and 276 Hicks Street.]
[Riverside apartments, 4-30 Columbia Place.]
[Grace Court Alley.]
[Looking at 22, 24, 26, 28, and 30 Orange Street from the intersection of Willow Street.]
[130 and 128 Henry Street and First Presbyterian Church, 124 Henry Street.]
[The Heights Casino, 75 Montague Street.]
[Brooklyn Historical Society and Saint Ann's School.]
Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street, was originally Long Island Historical Society. Saint...
[Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Cathedral, 113 Remsen Street.]
Originally Church of the Pilgrims.
[Federal-style house, 135 Joralemon Street.]