Receipted bill issued by Joseph Howland to John Peter De Lancey, 1815
Receipted bill issued by Thomas Cadle to John Peter De Lancey for 15 pounds 10 shillings 7 pence, January 17, 1794
John L. Stroub & Co.
Brokers and commission merchants in raw silk, pongees, mattings and fire crackers, 38 John Street.
Sewing on Machine.
Stitching, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Armenian American [Variant.]
[Portrait of an unidentified woman.]
Photographs of costume designers for Brooks Costume Company looking at fabrics and performing costume...
Photographs of a store's display of drapery fabrics designed by Salvador Dali and "four fellow modernists."...
Photographs of a party, fashion show, and photo shoot depicting women modeling dresses and other outfits...
Fabrics to Come and How You Will Like Them
Photographs of swatches of fabrics and textiles as well as women modeling dresses, lingerie, and coats...
James McCutcheon & Company, Fifth Avenue and 49th Street.
Street Vendors 1898 Hester Street.
A group of people buying products from a street vendor on Hester Street.
American Printing Co.
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
Date of assignment January-February 1949.
Receipted bill issued by Frederick Garner to John Peter De Lancey for $34.00, May 4, 1811
Receipted bill issued by J. & T. Garniss to John Peter De Lancey, May 31, 1815
Bill issued by Robert Montgomery to Stephen De Lancey, paid by Thomas Jones and receipt issued by John Jay, August 13, 1773
Packing a Bag, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Shipping Cloth, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Packaging, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Patterns, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Folding, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Singer Sewing Machine, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Buying Cloth, First Ave. & 8th St.
International Ladies Garment Union - New York
Photographs of women modeling skirts, blouses, and jackets. Includes close-ups of lengths of the fabric....
W. & J. Sloane, Fifth Avenue and 47th Street.
Shop Window - 1905. Simpson Crawford Co. 311 6th Ave. (19th-20th Sts.).
The lit-up windows of Simpson Crawford Co. department store with two female mannequins in floor-length...
A decorated storefront display window advertising "Arnold Wash Fabrics" with a mannequin in a dress and...
Moe Levy, New York.
Room at the Moe Levy & Co. clothing store showing bolts of fabric on tables.
W.J. Sloane, Carpets Rug & Furniture, 19th St. & Broadway.
A display of furniture and fabric at W. & J. Sloane, 19th Street and Broadway.
Interiors, Mr. Blakely Hall, Parlor.
A highly decorated parlor in the Blakely Hall residence at 11 West 45th Street.
Logan, 329 Canal St.
J.P. Logan & Sons (previous housing envelope) dry goods store at 329 Canal Street with men and crates...
J.P. Logan & Sons (previous housing envelope) dry goods store at 329 Canal Street with men and bolts...
Residence, Blakely Hall (Founder of Standard Weekly, Met. Mo. & etc.).
[Folding, 10th Ave. & 36th St.]
Irons 2, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Eastman Cutters, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
Jacket, 10th Ave. & 36th St.