[Mounted photograph for signs]
Dining room and vista to living room fireplace in an East 72nd Street residence
Plaza Buildings from Central Park
Charles G. Meyer [residence]. General view of house from north.
With yard. Wood clapboard house. Located at Bell Avenue, Bayside, L.I.
Railroads On Parade at the 1939 New York World's Fair
The DeWitt Clinton and his train, built for the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad in 1831 by the West Point Foundry...
The wedding of the rails: The joining of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific at Promontory Point, Utah,...
Wood clapboard house. Located at Bell Avenue, Bayside, L.I.
Midtown Through Mist from Queensboro Bridge
Lower New York from St. George Hotel, Brooklyn
East Fifty-Ninth Street
Northwest from the St. George Hotel, Brooklyn
[Times Square 1932.]
Times Square at Forty-Sixth Street
North from the RCA Building
West Fifty-Ninth Street from Central Park
First Avenue from Tudor City
East Forty-Second Street from Tudor City
South from the River House at Fifty-Second Street
[Museum of the City of New York, interior]
[Staircase, Museum of the City of New York]
[Museum of the City of New York, Palladian window and staircase]
[Harlem River Houses] General view of Great Court, with sunken play areas
[Harlem River Houses] Four units showing stair window treatment
Colored Concrete Statue "Motherhood", flanking passsages to Great Court [at Harlem River Houses]
One of the six linoleum murals in entrance passages to Great Court
Southeast from the RCA Building
Flower arrangement created by the Garden Club of America for the opening of the exhibition "Currier & Ives, Printmakers to the American People"
The Conservatory Gardens and the Frances Hodgson Burnett Fountain
Salute to the Seasons, Grand Army Plaza, fall of 1957
Salute to the Seasons, Herald Square, fall of 1957
Third Avenue [looking] north from 39th Street.
The New York skyline from Welfare Island
Park Avenue [looking] south from above 54th Street
Park Avenue [looking] south from 56th Street
Park Avenue [looking] south from 55th Street
The New Arrivals Building, Idlewild Airport
[Photograph of the Museum of the City of New York]