Little Boys Leaning against Lamppost
The Murray Hill Distributing Reservoir
E.D. French sc., 1897. Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
Broadway between 89th and 90th Streets. Astor Court, view of gardens in court.
[George Washington Bridge.]
Liberty Street and William St. [Jackson Street to Ludlow Street]
Looking west from William St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Liberty Street and Nassau Street [Jackson Street to Ludlow Street]
Looking east from Nassau Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
[Robert Lindsay during the "Leaning on a Lamppost" number in "Me and My Girl".]
Possibly during a pre-Broadway tour.
At the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion during a pre-Broadway tour.
[Elevated view of a nearly empty city street.]
[Entrance to an unidentified office building.]
[View looking down from a window to neighboring roofs.]
Possibly in Manhattan's West Side. The building in the foreground has a Marlboro Lights advertisement....
The number of the building is 129.
[Reverse negative print of an unidentified location.]
[Lamppost with sculpture of an eagle.]
[DeKalb Avenue and Fulton Street. Dime Savings Bank. Lamppost.]
[Unidentified townhouses or apartment buildings.]
Terrace on the grounds of the Clarence H. Mackay estate.
Grounds of the Clarence H. Mackay estate.
Boys around Base of a Lamppost
Men Lounging Near Lamp Pole
Central Park Bandshell
Brooklyn Nobody Knows
Date of assignment September 21, 1948.
McDougal St Baptist Church N. York
Butler & Penniman 1[7?] Ann, St. N. Y.
Castle Garden (Battery)
First Mariners Methodist Episcopal Church
In Cherry Street Between Clinton and Montgomery, New York. Penniman Del. Endicott's Lith.
1852. Fifth Ave. Cor. 23d. Street, New York. Site of the Second National Bank
Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
Broadway Series. View taken at street level looking north from Murray Street, the corner of which is seen at left. No. 249 and Corn Exchange Bank on corner. West side of Bway, facing City Hall Park. T
Broadway Series. Views of the East side of Bway looking north from Houston Street. At the right is No. 610 - E.J. Bass & Co. (ladies hats) on the 3rd floor.
Broadway Series. West side of Bway looking south from near Bleecker toward Houston Street. Young's Hats on corner.
Broadway Series. East side of Broadway looking north 20th Street. "Hotel" is seen on corner of 21st Street.
Broadway Series. Looking north from 147th Street. Walk over subway in center of streets.
Broadway Series. View looking north from 215th Street. Garages at left. In the distance is the subway, where it leaves 10th Ave, elevated, and once more meets Broadway, to continue there on to 242nd S
Washington Square, N.Y., north side of square looking east from 5th Avenue. Corner house in foreground is No. 12. The far end at right shows Nos. 3, 2, 1.
Greenwich Village, N.Y., showing south side of Bleecker Street between MacDougal (right) and Sullivan Streets.
Gramercy Park North. Building in center is at the corner of Lexington Avenue, and shows Stanford White's house where he was living when shot by Harry K. Thaw in 1906.
City Hall Park.
212 Madison Avenue.
[Woolworth Building from the Municipal Building showing City Hall and the old post office.]
Reform Church. 307 West 34th Street. Manhattan Opera House at left.
St. Nicholas Avenue, south from 190th Street.
Mount Morris Park, (looking S.W.), N.Y. City.
Mount Morris Park was renamed Marcus Garvey Park in 1973.
Corner Street Lamppost
Through the Arch. Woolworth Bldg. from Municipal Bldg.
3rd Avenue elevated railroad at 2nd Street.
Elevated train station.
138th St. Station, N.Y.C.R.R. 7145707.
E. New York and Atlantic Aves., Brooklyn.
Fulton Street El train at Milford Street.