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West 32nd Street and Sixth Avenue. Dismantling of the Sixth Avenue elevated train tracks
Long Island City. Con Edison. Interior, furnaces
[Interior, typesetting room.]
Oyster Boats - Pike Slip and South St. June 1, 1935.
Penn. Depot Excavations.
Subways, Fourteenth Street Cut, Cast Iron Ring, Section North Tube Looking West, #18.
[West Street Looking North from Charles Street.]
Demolishing the Sixth Avenue elevated.
Church, St. Bartholomew's, Mad. Ave. & 44th St.
Joseph J. Keyser Co., 225 West 36th St., Interior, Dress Making Factory.
The Potter's Field Consecrated Ground.
Fort Lee Ferry, Foot of Canal St. 1882.
Four to Go
Destined for Cain's Warehouse
Riding to Work
[Men working on street rail tracks.]
Race Tracks, Belmont Park.
Snow Scenes, Central Park.
Arbor Day, Thompson Sq.
Parks, Central Park, Various Parts of Interest.
Cleaning the Hippodrome.
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.
[Seventh Avenue Looking North from 30th Street.]
Hotel Shea's, 618 Eighth Avenue.
St. Luke's Hospital -- Vanderbilt Pavilion -- Ironing Room.
Briarcliff Lodge, Dishwashing D'pt.
Hotel McAlpin, Southeast Corner 34th Street & Broadway.
Rear View of "The Leaders of the World" Collosal Electric Display.
Snow Scenes, Blizzard, Street Scenes in New York City.
Theatre, Lyric, 42nd St. & Bet. 7th & 8th Aves.
Theatre, New Montauk, Removing Building.
Dramatic Mirror Office, 40th St. & Broadway, Harrison Grey Fiske, Printing dept.
Christian Herald, Louis Klopsch, Press room.
Broadway and 14th Street
Ships, North German Lloyd, S.S. "Kronprinz Wilhelm".
Portrait, Joseph Physioc and Co. Paint Shop (Scenic Artist).