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Peter Arno [Arno, in bed, looking through newspapers.]
Albert J. Ver Bryck, Bronx County Court House, Third Ave. & 161st St.
Victory Garden, Rockefeller Center
Priest Reading Newspaper
P.J. McNulty, N.E. Corner of Third Ave. & 42nd St.
John Martie, South End of Municipal Building.
Why Is a Neighbor's Newspaper Always More Attactive Than Your Own?
Untitled [Crowded park benches in Union Square]
Untitled [Man with Newspaper at Political Discussion Meeting, Union Square]
Untitled [Men on park bench, Union Square]
Untitled [Men and woman on park bench, Union Square]
Untitled [Men at left-wing political discussions, Union Square]
Untitled [Couple by magazine stand, with cab in background, Union Square]
Untitled [Men at Newsstand, nighttime]
Untitled [Men at Newsstand, nighttime (duplicate)]
Viewing the Evening telegram Bicycle Parade. Riverside Drive. 1896.
Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.
War Bulletins, Park Row
Interiors, Miss Dodd, Bedroom
Aaron Weintraub, S.E. Corner Seventh Ave. & 32nd St.
Portrait, Mr. & Mrs. Howard, Portraits & Interiors.
Loungers -- Herald Sq. N.Y. [Broadway -- Herald Square.]
Plays, "In Town".
Newsboy in lodging house, 9 Duane Street.
[Sarah Bernhardt, 1896.]
[Newspaper Row, Camp Black.]
[Albert J. Ver Bryck, Bronx County Court House, Third Ave. & 161st St.]
[John Martie, South End of Municipal Building.]
[Seamen's Church Institute, 25 South St., Interior, Apprentice Room.]
Sarah Bernhardt 1896.
Newspaper Row, Camp Black 1898.
Lower East Side boys with collected newspapers
Broadway -- 35th St. [Broadway North from Above 35th St.]
Martin Luther King memorial burial service, view of black man carrying a Life Magazine, Daily News, and other papers, "Keep the Faith Baby" button on jacket
Tribune Building, Park Row [crowd gathered out front]
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hilliard.