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Broadway, New-York. Showing each Building from the Hygeian Depot corner of Canal Street, to beyond Niblo's Garden.
Broadway & Canal.
Broadway, New-York, 1836
[Fort Lee Ferry]
Fort Lee Ferry, Foot of Canal St. 1882.
Map of Property lying on each side of Broadway ormerly known as the Calk Hook
65-71 Varick St., showing Herrman Wollen Company
Bank, National City, B'way & Canal St.
[Canal Street and Wooster Street.]
View looking north from Manhattan Bridge Plaza. Park in foreground, Chrysler Building in upper center.
Canal Street at Church Street.
National City Bank, New York City.
St. Alphonse Church & Elevated Railroad Tracks
Greenwich Street at the N.E. corner of Canal Street. Depew Building.
Canal Street and Bowery. Manhattan Savings Bank, General Interior From S. E. Corner
Canal Street and Bowery. Manhattan Savings Bank, General Interior From N. E. Corner
Canal Street and Bowery. Manhattan Savings Bank, Detail of Central Vault
[370-372 Canal Street]
[489 Washington Street]
New York City views. Open plaza toward midtown at Canal Street taken on bridge.
[Street scene, showing brick apartment buildings Herrman Woolen Co., Varick St.]
St. Alphonsus Liguori Church
Tuesday evening, December 21st, 1847, will be acted, ÒOliver Twist; or, The Parish BoyÕs ProgressÓ
Friday evening, June 29, 1877. The performance will commence with the beautiful drama in two acts, ÒBlack-Eyed SusanÓ
The popular emotional actor, Mr. J. Z. Little, and the beautiful actress, Miss Lizzie Campbell, will appear Monday evening, March 11 in the drama in four acts, "Roving Jack; or, Saved From the Wreck"
Friday evening, December 6, 1839, the entertainments will commence with a grand desert descriptive scena, entitled "The Halt of the Arabs", portraying the customs of the Bedouin tribes
Monday and Tuesday evenings, February 17 and 18, 1868, the comedy in three acts by Charles Gaylor, entitled "Our Female American Cousin"
Monday, June 5, 1876. Kate Fisher will appear in the great equestrienne drama, “Mazeppa; or, The Wild Horse of Tartary”, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 5, 6 and 7
The very interesting drama by Miss Mary Watson, in four acts, "Held in Check", Monday evening, May 5, 1873 and during the week
"Mazeppa" and "White's Serenades"
Mr. Forrest's last night. "Evadne; or, The Hall of Statues", Saturday, December 22
Brooklyn Bridge Re-Unveiling Celebration
CafÈ Restaurant du Commerce
Robert B. Ruggles, Gold Beater
Ezra B. Sweet
Trustees of the Exempt Firemen's Benevolent Fund
Rules for the Conductors and Drivers of the Third Avenue Rail Road Company
Monday evening, December 29, second and last week of White's new equestrian burlesque
Pier 32 near Canal Street, seen from the West Side Highway
Wm. Dawes, Artist
Rice & Goldenberg
Brooklyn Bridge Re-Unveiling Ceremonies