New York Exhibition Building
from a design by Messrs. Carstensen and Gildemeister. Lith by A. Petermann. Phys. Geographer to the Queen....
H. B. West's Famous Trained Dogs
Tray & Troy. New York Crystal Palace, 1853.
Building of the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations
The first pillar was erected October 30, 1852. Opened May 2, 1853. Messrs. Carstensen & Gildemeister,...
Atlantic Telegraph Celebration
Order of exercises at the Crystal Palace, on the occasion of the celebration of the successful laying...
Piece of glass from the Crystal Palace
This fragment was picked up by William Macneven Purdy on October 5, 1858, after the Crystal Palace burned...
"Grand Moving Picture of the Crystal Palace"
At Stoppani Hall, 896 Broadway. Now opened for the first time to the American public, the vast artistic...
New York Crystal Palace for the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations
In unitate nationum scientia artesque florebunt.
The New York Crystal Palace.
The Crystal Palace
For the Great Exhibition of the WORLD'S Industry at New York : 1853. Published for the History of the...
The Crystal - Palace in New - York.
The American Crystal Palace of New York
Engd by Capewell & Kimmel
New York Crystal Palace
Interior View. J. Wilson. J. White.
Crystal Palace New York
Published Sepr. 1st 1863, by George Baxter, Proprietor & Patentee, London.
The American Crystal Palace of New York.
Burning of the New York Crystal Palace
On Tuesday Oct. 5th 1858.
Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, New-York
Crystal Palace Relics!
Image on header is a wood engraving of the Crystal Palace, by Jocelyn.
Crystal Palace Interior.
[Various buildings of New York City.]
Folded Souvenir with Views of New York Buildings, 1857.
The New York Crystal Palace
Engraved & Published by Capewell & Kimmel 208 Broadway.
Empire City Rose. [Various New York City Buildings.]
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year of 1857 by Hugo Wellenkamp in the Clerk's Office.
For the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations.
An Interior View of the Crystal Palace.
C. Parsons del. and lith. Printed by Endicott & Co. N.Y. New York, Published by Geo. S. Appleton , 356...
The Crystal Palace.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1853 by Capewell & Kimmell in the Clerks Office of the...
View. New York. 1855.
This line engraving depicts a view of New York looking south from the Latting Observatory at the north...
Sixth Avenue and Bryant Park [Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue]
Present State of the New York Crystal Palace - Sketched from the Croton Reservoir. | J. Clarence Davies...
Sixth Avenue and 42nd Street [Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue]
The Appearance of the Crystal Palace the Morning after the Fire. The Crystal Palace. October 6th, 1858....
Present State of the New York Crystal Palace | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
The American Crystal Palace of New York for Exhibiting Industries of all Nations | J. Clarence Davies...
The Oration at Crystal Palace. Atlantic Cable Celebration. September 1st, 1858. A procession of about...
Burning of the New York Crystal Palace, on Tuesday Oct. 5th 1858.
During its occupation for the annual fair of the American Institute.
Birds Eye View of the New York Crystal Palace and Environs
The Destruction by Fire of the New York Crystal Palace
October 5th 1858. | Also published by Spearing & Stutzman.
New York Crystal Palace.
For the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations. Constructed of Iron and Glass.
[The New York Crystal Palace and the Latting Observatory.]
Printed by A. Fay & M. Ballin, 19 Irving Place Hoboken. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year...
New York Crystal Palace for the Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations.
Central Park & General Views [Central Park]
View in Central Park Southward from the Arsenal 5th Avenue & 64th St. June, 1858; View in Central Park...