The Transval of New York
These caves were the homes of the first inhabitants on Manhattan Island. Inwood Park.
"Manhattan Island North." Northern tip of New York City. Still in its primitive state. Contrast this view with the Battery.
The oldest living thing on Manhattan Island, the great tulip tree in Inwood Park. 126 feet high, about 260 years old.
Named by the Indians "Muscoota Creek." At Inwood Park.
Henry Hudson Bridge, Riv. Dr.
Henry Hudson Bridge & Harlem River Ship Canal
Hudson Riv. Pkwy. & Toll Gate
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking south.]
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking north.]
[Dyckman Institute Cottage and Tulip Tree.]
[Emilio Gabriel Diaz by Inwood's tulip tree.]
[Inwood Hill Park, from upper road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north.]
[Inwood Hill Park landscape.]
[Interior of Inwood Hill Pottery Studio.]
Remains of Cock Hill Fort N.Y. 1858.
[Mr. and Mrs. Harry Voorhees at the Inwood Hill Pottery.]
[Inwood Hill Park-lower road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park -James McCreery house from lower roads looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north up hill from upper road at south end of M.(?) Donald House ]
[The P. P. C. Union outing.]
[Stable in Inwood Hill Park.]
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