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[Duane and Hudson Street, showing Duane Park.]
The 'Soup House Gang' Class in History in the Duane Street Newsboys' Lodging House.
[Hudson Street Looking North from Duane Street.]
[Broadway From Chambers to Duane Streets.]
[Broadway From Duane Street to Pearl Street.]
Building 52-58 Duane St.
Old Sugar Houses, Rose Street
[Duane Street and Hudson Street showing Duane Park]
Bootblack for pose, 9 Duane Street.
[Aaron Burr's Tank inside old building, Centre and Duane Streets]
"Shooting craps" in the hall of the Newsboys' Lodging House.
[Aaron Burr's old tank in building on Centre Street and Duane Street.]
Newsboy in lodging house, 9 Duane Street.
Aaron Burr's famous old tank in the building on Reade, Centre and Duane Streets, on which hangs Charter of the Bank of the Manhattan Company at 42 Wall Street.
[Rhinelander Sugar House]
Duane Street Newsboys' Lodging House, John & Willie.
299 Broadway at Duane Street. Barclay Building.
N.Y. Edison Co. Dictaphones.
Wholesale Trade Grocers 1897, Clark, Chapin and Bushnell - 177 Duane St.
Retail Trade Shoes 1906, J.D. Bates & Co., 176 Duane St.
Newsboys Lodging House [9 Duane Street]
[Duane Street and Greenwich Street]
Business Men's Republican & Sound Money Ass'n.
West Street between Jay and Duane Streets
Capadura Half Dime
Soppett's Restaurant and Dairy
[144, 146, 148 and 150 Duane Street.]
[West Broadway and Duane Street.]
[179-175, 173 and 171 Duane Street.]
[West Broadway between Duane and Reade Streets.]
[Looking at 168, 170, and 172 Duane Street from Duane Park.]
[Looking at Duane Park and the Schepp Building from the corner of Hudson and Duane Streets.]
[Looking west from Duane Park to Independence Plaza North.]
[Frenex Distributors, 184 Duane Street.]