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Steinway Hall, East 14th St. New York.

Steinway Hall, East 14th St. New York.


Interior of Steinway Hall on 14th Street, view from stage.

Interior of Steinway Hall on 14th Street, view from stage.


East 14th Street. Original Steinway Hall.

East 14th Street. Original Steinway Hall.


Steinway Building- 4 Ave- 14 Street.

Steinway Building- 4 Ave- 14 Street.


109-113 West 57th Street. Steinway Hall. Perspective rendering by G. Ruye

109-113 West 57th Street. Steinway Hall. Perspective rendering by G. Ruye


Interior of Steinway Hall on 14th Street, Theodore Thomas and his Orchestra, April 17, 1890.

Interior of Steinway Hall on 14th Street, Theodore Thomas and his Orchestra, April 17, 1890.


[Steinway Hall, 109-111 East 14th Street.]

[Steinway Hall, 109-111 East 14th Street.]


Park Avenue and 52nd Street [Park Avenue & 42nd Street to Park Row]

Park Avenue and 52nd Street [Park Avenue & 42nd Street to Park Row]

Steinway & Sons. Block bounded by Park & Lexington Aves., 52nd - 53rd Sts. Henry Engelhard Steinway arrived...

West 57th Street. Steinway Hall.

West 57th Street. Steinway Hall.


West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, general exterior.

West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, general exterior.


West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, detail of basement.

West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, detail of basement.


West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, detail lower stories.

West 57th Street. Steinway Hall, detail lower stories.


East 14th Street. "The First Grand Performance of The Boston Handel and Haydn Society at Steinway Hall", Old Steinway Hall,  copy of illustration from Harper's Weekly, op-ed.

East 14th Street. "The First Grand Performance of The Boston Handel and Haydn Society at Steinway Hall", Old Steinway Hall, copy of illustration from Harper's Weekly, op-ed.


College of the City of New York. Junior Exhibition.

College of the City of New York. Junior Exhibition.

February 14, 1868 at Steinway Hall.

Inauguration of Edward O. Bragdon, of New York, and Roland G. Curtin, of Pennsylvania As President and Vice-President of the National Provident Union

Inauguration of Edward O. Bragdon, of New York, and Roland G. Curtin, of Pennsylvania As President and Vice-President of the National Provident Union

Steinway Hall, April 30, 1887. | John M. Davis, typographer, 40 Fulton St.

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