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[Two boys playing cards on the sidewalk.]
[New York World's Fair. Richard Wurts with steel frame of Perisphere and Trylon in background.]
[Astoria Pool with Hell Gate Bridge in background.]
Long Island City. Con Edison. Interior, furnaces
[Interior, typesetting room.]
Interior, shoe factory with man at machine
[Interior, engine room.]
[Life Savers Candy Parachute Jump at the New York World's Fair.]
[Night view of the Administration building with "Mithrana" sculpture on facade, New York World's Fair.]
[Verrazano Bridge under construction.]
[Dali's "Dream of Venus" at the New York World's Fair.]
[Distorting mirror at the New York World's Fair.]
[General Electric lightning bolt sculpture, New York World's Fair.]
34-01 38th Avenue. Pierce Arrow Building
New York Worlds Fair. Perisphere and Trylon steel frame
Far Rockaway Fire Department
"The Little House" where Jacob Riis wrote many of his books - Richmond Hill, Queens. Nov. 6, 1950.
View of the Quarantine Grounds and Buildings, Staten Island, May 1858.
Queensboro Bridge I
Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, 39th Street & Broadway.
Theatre, Casino, 39th St. & Broadway.
Keith's Bicycle Track.
Early Study, Theme Center
Suggested Exhibit for Gardner displays, designed by J. Caponnetto
Labor Leaders, Samuel Gompers, John Burns, Holmes.
Theatrical, Arabian Acrobats on Roof of Hammerstein's Victoria.
Theatrical, Musical Act. Karsy's Giant Myriphon.
North Brother Island--"The coffin corner".
Bird's Eye View, Broadway North from 44th St.
The only Bath-tub in the Block: it hangs in the Air Shaft.
East Side of Fifth Ave. from 49 to 48 Sts.
Aerial view, 8th Avenue Subway Station
Street Scenes, Hester Street, Jewish Quarter [Buying Vegetables.]
30 Broad Street.
Parks, Prospect Park, Brooklyn.
Plays (Amateur), Barnard College, "Dippidrome."
Sports, Horses, Central Park Riding Academy, Riding Master.
Portrait, Ethel Barrymore.
Street Scenes, Hester Street, Jewish Quarter.
An All-Night Two-Cent Restaurant, in "The Bend".
Last Week of the 1940 Fair [Night at the Trylon and Perisphere.]
Cemeteries, Greenwood Cemetery.