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Broadway, New-York, 1836
Madison Square Garden, 1891, General Exterior From Garden
Madison Square Garden, 1891, Entrance Hall Lobby to Garden
View Looking South From Madison Square Tower in 1891
Looking North on Madison Avenue, First Madison Square Garden, Originally New York Central R.R. Freight Station, ca. 1891
[Unidentified Shakespeare play.]
Reinthal & Newman, Paintings & Picture Framers, 106 [29th] St.
Portrait, Buffalo Bill (William Cody) on Favorite Horse.
Plays, "The Taming of the Shrew".
Plays, "Midsummer Night's Dream".
Plays, "King John".
Portrait, William Faversham and Wife (Julie Opp) at Home.
[Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of York.]
[Falstaff and His Friends.]
[Print] Prince Henry, Poins, and Falstaff. ("King Henry IV"- First Part).
[Print] Talbot and the Countess of Auvergne. ("King Henry VI"-First Part.).
Plays, "As You Like It".
Plays, "The Merchant of Venice".
[Print of the S.S. "Napoleon III".]
[Painting of the S.S. "Normandie" by Adolph Treidier.]
[Drawing of an Unidentified Building.]
[Photomontage of Three Ship Models.]
[Swedish American Line, S.S. "Stockholm".]
[Print of a Broadside View of the S.S. "Lafayette".]
[Illustration of a Ship, "Le Washington".]
[Plays, "The Heart of Maryland", Poster.]
[370 Lexingon Avenue.]
[Drawing of Grand Central Terminal at Park Avenue & 42nd St.]
[French Line, S.S. "Normandie" Set in Times Square.]
[Drawing of 370 Lexingon Avenue.]
[Drawing of the Heckscher Building.]
[Drawing of the Continental Bank Building, 30 Broad Street.]
[French Line, Painting of the S.S. "Normandie".]
[Proposal for office building.]
Typical Floor Plan, Apartment Buildings In 22nd & 23rd Str. Bet. Polk & Roosevelt Aves. Elmhurst, L.I. For the Jackson Heights Apartment Corporation
[Copy negative of a man in Army uniform for F. P. Keppel, c/o Carnegie Foundation.]
[Copy of a portrait of a baby for the Carnegie Corporation.]
["Holiday" theater still.]
Sketch of the Tower from the Minturn Pavilion, St. Luke's Hospital, New York City; Arch of the Cathedral