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[172-176 Norfolk Street.]
Bread, 5 Cents a Pound, Houston Street Bakery.
Third Avenue El, Houston Street.
East and West De Lancey Farms
Houston & Allen St
Italian Men Playing Bocce, Houston Street near First Avenue.
Bocce Players, Houston Street near Avenue A.
"The Barracks" -- Mott Street between Bleeker and Houston.
Scene on the Roof of the Mott Street Barracks
Willett Street from Stanton toward Houston Street, Bone Alley Park made there.
Scene on the roof of the Barracks (no. 116), naked children.
Triboro Barber School
Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery
[489-493 East Houston Street]
[364-366-368 East Houston Street]
[Rear of 489-491 East Houston Street]
[509 East Houston Street and 145 Mangin Street]
Tri-boro Barber School
21-25 East Houston Street.
21-25 E. Houston Street at the corner of Crosby Street. Crosby Street exterior.
Monday, May 22nd, and during the week and matinees Tuesday and Friday, the amusing farce, "American Tourists"
Mr. Augustin Daly's most popular, spectacular local folly in three acts, "Round the Clock"
The Bowery--Actor Kirk Douglas Tours the City
The Bowery--Actor Kirk Douglas Tours the City [Sammy's Bowery Follies.]
Monday, March 3, one week only, grand historical Irish comic drama, "Dan Donnelly: Champion of Ireland"
Monday evening, February 5, 1866, the performance will commence with, for the first time in America, the new comedy in two acts, "Who Killed Cock Robin"
Friday evening, May 28, a new grand historical ballet in three acts and seven tableaux, composed by Domenico Ronzani, "Theresa; or, The Orphan of Geneva"
Tuesday evening, January 23, 1866, "St. Marc; or, The Soldier of Fortune"
Thursday evening, March 8, 1866, the performances will commence with the petite comedy in two acts, "Used Up"
A monster bill for this week. First week of Miss Amy Roberts, the pleasing and talented sensational vocalist; Sanford and Wilson, the celebrated musical comedians; and Frank Jones, the lively moke
"The Coopers," "Poison," and "Le Jardin Mabille"
"Catching a Governor", "The Wig Makers" and "Paris by Moonlight" introducing the original "Parisian Can Can"
Booth benefit for the Shakespeare statue fund. Junius Brutus, Edwin and John Wilkes Booth in "Julius Caesar", Friday evening, November 25
"Diane; or, Hands Not Hearts", Tuesday evening, May 13, 1856
Rules for the Conductors and Drivers of the Third Avenue Rail Road Company
John H. MacDonald