Police Department of the City of New York
Mulberry Street Police Station. Waiting for the Lodging to open.
East 67th Street. New York Neurological Institute, 31st Precinct Police Station, Engine Co. 39 Fire headquarters.
Watercolor rendering of the 61st Precinct Station House.
Annual Parade and Review of the Police Force of the City of New York
May 28, 1883
Annual Parade and Review of the Police Force
Mulberry Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Police Headquarters, 300 Mulberry Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Police Headquarters. Board of Metropolitan Police, No. 300 Mulberry Street | J. Clarence Davies Street...
Broome Street & Lafayette Street [Broome Street through Central Park]
Old Metropolitan Police Headquarters, 413 Broome Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
[10th Precinct Police Station, from the film "Naked City".]
[300 Mulberry Street, Central Department of Metropolitan Police.]
[Front Street, Old Slip police station on left.]
[Broome and Centre Street, former Police Headquarters Building.]
[Police Headquarters, Broome and Centre Street.]
Police Headquarters, New York.
["Mack & Mabel" theater still.]
Police Precinct (Station House at 135 Charles Street)
The Halls of Justice
ED French sc. 1896. Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
Police Headquarters, N. Y. City.
Photographs of policemen making arrests, patrolling, taking fingerprints, working at a police station,...
A "Scrub" and her Bed -- the Plank.
An old woman with the plank she sleeps on at the Eldridge Street Station women's lodging room.
Women's Lodging Room in Eldridge Street Police Station.
Women sleeping on plank beds and the floor.
City Departments, Police Department Headquarters.
New York City Police Department Headquarters at 240 Centre Street.
The Yellow Newspapers' Contribution.
Police Headquarters, The "Rouge's Gallery".
The mug shot collection at the New York City Police Headquarters.
Matron Welbe of the Lost Children's Dept. of Police Headquarters, with one of her charges.
A woman, Matron Welbe, and a lost child at New York's Police Headquarters.
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Police Station Lodging Room 4. Oak Street Station, Six boys picked out of the draft in the men's lodging room.
Lodging Room in the Leonard Street Police Station.
Police Station Lodgers 9. Women in the Elizabeth Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers 11. In Oak Street Station.
Men and a broom on a sleeping platform at the Oak Street Station.
Police Station Lodging Room on East Side.
Men smoking on plank beds, two men standing have wrapped feet.
Police Station Lodgers 19. The Single typhus lodger in Eldridge Street, he lay by the stove in the policemen's room no one dreaming what ailed him.
Matron Welbe of the Lost Children's Department at Police Headquarters, with one of her charges.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Presentation of Medals to Members of the Fire and Police Departments for distinguished service in the performance of duty during 1937
June 1, 1938
Sixth Avenue and 9th Street [Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue]
New York City - The Development of Rapid Transit - The First Train on the Gilbert Elevated Railroad Passing...
New York City, 9th Police Station Back Room used for Questioning People, 1978
New York City, Detectives at Police Station, 1978
Police Station, New York City, Back Room, 1979
New York City, 1972
[First Precinct Police Station, 100 Old Slip.]
Onetime Landmarks Preservation Commission office, now New York City Police Museum.
[30th precinct station house (originally 32nd precinct), NYPD, 1854 Amsterdam Avenue.]
Now the administrative building for St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Changing New York [Police station next to a building under construction.]
65 Sixth Avenue. Police station, 78th precinct
H.W. Roden---Mystery Writer
Photographs of mystery writer and businessman H.W. Roden at home and around New York City. He is depicted...
Men's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
[Bringing foundling to police.]
[Well-dressed man being thrown into jail.]
A police officer forcing a well-dressed man into a police station holding cell.
[Police Station Lodger.]
A man on the floor of a police station lodging house.