Fire Engines, 151 Essex Street
The colored lithograph was made from nature on stone and printed by Geo. G. Gratacap, 142 Grand St.,...
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey playing with a fire hydrant.]
Kings County Almshouse.
Printed around 2014 from a photograph taken in 1974.
Happy-Go-Lucky Kid Balancing on a Fire Hydrant.
Real estate office in Spanish Harlem
Children playing with open fire hydrant on E. 103rd St. by 5th Avenue
The Survival of the Unfittest.
The construction site for an addition to the Puck Building on Mulberry Street.
[Grace Church, from Broadway at 11th Street.]
Park Ave [Park Avenue & 42nd Street to Park Row]
East side of Park Avenue. Looking north from below 95th Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook...
A Child's Playground. Bathgate Avenue
Young girl at a fire hydrant on the sidewalk
[Unidentified apartment building.]
[Firemen posing by a fire hydrant.]
[Ahrens-Fox fire truck.]
Date of assignment September 4, 1951.
East 11th Street.
Schermerhorn Residence. 101 University Place. Northeast corner by 12th Street.
Corner Street Lamppost
The Tombs Prison at Centre Street.
Old clapboard house erected about 1822. At Grove and Bedford Street. Greenwich Village.
[Townhouses on unidentified street.]
[Long Island Safe Deposit Company building and Bankside Boon Dock bar and restaurant.]
Italia-America Shipping Corp., 1 State Street, Building, Exterior, East side of Building Windows.
The Italia-America Shipping Corp. building at 1 State Street.
Ships, Italian American Line Offices.
The Italia-America Line office building at 1 State Street, Whitehall Street facade.
Allerton House, 143 East 39th St., Exterior, Entrance.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
[419-421, 423 and 425 Broome Street.]
[Entrance to the Washington Mews on University Place.]
[112-114 Prince Street building at the intersection of Greene Street.]
[Hard Luck Town- East 9th Street and the East River.]
Hard Luck Town was a shantytown during the Great Depression.
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey jumping over a fire hydrant.]
403 Lafayette Street. L.B. Garage
[285 Greenwich Street.]
Brooklyn Nobody Knows
Date of assignment September 21, 1948.
Adaptation, Jacob Riis Housing Project, Avenue D at East 7th Street, Manhattan
November 2, 2012
Thomas Dusenbury. Plumber. 269 Water Street, near Peck Slip N. Y.
Lith. of E. Jones "Sun" Buildings N.Y.
West 12th Street. N.Y., taken from corner of Greenwich looking east. (north side of street.) (Nos. 229 to 211)
[Group of men hanging out on the Bowery.]
[People riding subway and view of townhouses on unidentified street.]