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F.G. Bourne -- Oakdale, L.I., Water-Tower.
[Unidentified lighthouse, windmill, and bell house, possible in Massachusetts]
Brooklyn Nobody Knows [7925 Shore Road.]
[Blank place card or visiting card.]
[New York World's Fair. Amusement area, Heineken's on the Zuider Zee.]
[Heineken's on the Zuiderzee, New York World's Fair.]
[Typical American Farm exhibit at the Firestone building, New York World's Fair.]
[Heineken's on the Zuider Zee - recreation of a Dutch village.]
[Cigar box label.]
"New Amsterdam becomes New York" - The English captured New Amsterdam from the Dutch in 1664 and re-named it New York in honor of the Duke of York.
Bowling Green, at the foot of Broadway, is the oldest park in New York City. It had been used as a public place for many years, when in 1732 it was laid out especially as a bowling green.
Maiden Lane [MacDougal Street to Maiden Lane]
Hendrik Hudson. Hudson - Fulton Celebration 1909.
Float - Bowling on Bowling Green.
["The Red Mill" theater still.]
New York 1650
[Holland House dinner menu.]
Nieuw Amsterdam ofte Nue Nieuw Iorx opt ' Teylant man
[Paula Stone and Jack Whiting.]
[Windmills in the South Bronx.]
[Windmill on Sedgwick Avenue and 176th Street.]
[Gerritsen Tide Well.]
[519 East 11th Street.]
[Windmill and solar collectors on top of 519 East 11th Street.]
View of New York, from Jersey City.
The Old Windmill
The Pool. The Windmill. Winter Morning. The Fisherman's Cot.
[Sketch of two women with ornate detailing]
View of New York from New Jersey