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The Murray Hill Estate
Theatre, Kinckerbocker, Clergymen Leaving After Matinee.
[The Havemeyer House. Southwest Corner of Madison Avenue and 38th Street.]
Steel Structure That Will Support "The Leaders of the World" Great Electric Display, Now in Course of Construction on The Hotel Normandie, Broadway & 38th St., New York, March 16th 1910.
Hotel Navarre, 7th Ave. & 38th Street.
Rear View of "The Leaders of the World" Collosal Electric Display.
Residence, Theodore Havemeyer (Sugar Refining King) S.W. 38th & Mad.
Buildings, Two Forty-Four Madison Avenue.
West Side of Fifth Ave. 37 to 38 Sts.
Interiors, Theodore Havemeyer House, Music Room.
Interiors, Theodore Havemeyer House, Chinese Room.
Interiors, Theodore Havemeyer House, Picture Gallery.
Charities, Bide-A-Wee Home for Animals.
Bide A Wee.
Churches, Old South.
Allerton House, 22 E. 38th St., Interior, looking straight through corridor from entrance.
A Flat in the Pauper Barracks, West Thirty-eighth Street, with all its Furniture.
Plays, "The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith".
Rice Electric Displays, Portrait of Mr. Rice.
East Side of Fifth Ave. from 39 to 38 Sts.
West Side of Fifth Ave. 38 to 39 Sts.
Interiors, Theodore Havemeyer House, Hall.
Charities, People's Baths, Milbank Memorial.
Broadway North from 38th Street.
Broadway, Corner of 38th Street.
Broadway, North from 38th Street.
Street Scene, 1904 (People's Baths - Milbank Memorial) 237 East 38th Street.
Streets. Baths: People's Baths Milbank Memorial, 1904. 237 East 38th St.
Street Scenes - 1904. East 38th St. - No. Side Bet. 1st & 2nd Aves. In front of Peoples Baths 327 E. 38.
Interiors: Chinese Room, 1894, Theo Havemeyer, SW Cor. 38th and Madison Ave.