[Ludlow Street façade of Katz's Delicatessen, 205 East Houston Street.]
W 42nd St.
View of a portion of Alex Katz's Times Square mural of women's profiles.
Abandoned Lot, South Bronx
City Lot in Summer
The Katz - Kills in Winter.
[Report of Albert Katz.]
Issued by Public School No. 10B for the term beginning in September.
[Report of Sylvan Katz.]
Issued by Public School No. 25 in the Bronx in September 1907.
["Out West of Eighth" and "Borscht Capades" theater stills.]
Left panel: Robert Keith, Jr. as Lash Castro, Barbara Baxley as Virginia Beamer and Richard Carlyle as...
Lunch Time at P.S. 29, South Bronx
Sunday Afternoon at Blanca's, South Bronx
Carlos, East 160's, South Bronx
[Sophie Tucker visiting Phi Epsilon Pi at Ohio State University.]
December 14, 1939
City Flowers [Women cutting and arranging flowers]
[Marcia Lewis as Madame Katz in "Roza".]
Bicycling in Central Park
East 166th Street, South Bronx
[Report of Sylvan Katz and certification of his graduation from Public School 10B.]
Issued June 30, 1913.
[William Mercur, Zelda Katz, Anna Teitelbaum and Morris Strassberg.]
"Sweet 16" Party, 3rd Ave. and approx. 150th St., South Bronx
Samuel Katz, a Donor and Regine Valdy, Hostess to the French Fleet (Stage Door Canteen).
Students at the Welfare Education Plan, St. Rita's Church, South Bronx
Baptism, St. Jerome's Church, South Bronx
Mrs. Herman Lorber, Co-Charman Food Committee and Samuel Katz, a Donor (Stage Door Canteen).
Beefsteak Dinner Tendered to the Members of the Yiddish Theatrical Alliance On Its 15th Anniversary by Dr. and Mrs. Elihu Katz, Gottlieb's Rest.
Dedication of the Memorial Plaque at the Site of P. S. 10, Manhattan
June 21, 1966. Invitation for Sylvan Katz.
"Der litvisher yenki" ["The Lithuanian Yankee".]
Jacob & Katz's National Theatre, Houston St. and 2nd Ave., by Yitzchok Lesh, music by Alexander Olshanetsky,...
The County Committee of the Democratic Party of the County of New York has appointed Sylvan Katz a duly...
"Kreyd-tsirkl" ["The Chalk Circle".]
Chinese drama by Li Qianfu, based on German adaptation by Klabund, translated into Yiddish by M. Halpern,...
"Di brider Ashkenazi" ["The Brothers Ashkenazi".]
Directed by Maurice Schwartz, adapted from novel by I. J. Singer, music by Verdina Shlianska, musical...