[Entrance to #21.]
[Entrance to unidentified building.]
Oliver Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Door-way of a house in Oliver Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
St. Aloysius School, Great Neck, Long Island.
[Entrance to library.]
[Entrance to unidentified library.]
Pair of carved doors. J.P. Morgan Library.
Henry B. Hollins townhouse, 12 West 56th Street. Alterations in 1903. [Facade, lower stories.]
Henry B. Hollins townhouse, 12 West 56th Street. Alterations in 1903. [Facade and entryway.]
Paget House. Front entrance of townhouse [at 11 East 61st Street].
It is Time to Seek the Lord
[Detail of door.]
[Doorway of #14.]
[Door of unknown building.]
[15 Tillary Street.]
[Saint Jude's Church on East 55th Street.]
[Interior of the 42nd Street Motor Coach Terminal in the Chanin Building.]
[Entrance to No. 1 Fifth Avenue.]
Girl and Man on Doorstep
Children and Baby in the Street
Girl and Baby
Boy in Doorway
Girl and Man on Doorsteps
Woman Sitting on a Garbage Can next to a Vacant Lot
Teenage Radio Show [Group of people walking into a building.]
Teenage Radio Show [Three people entering a building.]
"The Dutch Doorway." - This picture respresents a Dutch doorway in New Amstersdam, a prominent resting place for family and social purposes in those days.
Copyright 1914, by Col. J. St. Clair, New York.
Out in the Cold
Sol Hurok - Impresario [Sol Hurok exiting a building.]
156 Waverly Place
1st Studio Bldg., 10th St. NY
[Church Exterior, Front Portal.]
Front portal of an unidentified church.
Doorway, Farmer Residence.
Lincoln School for Nursing. Entrance detail with door.
Located at 141st Street and Southern Boulevard, N.Y. The Lincoln School for Nursing was a program for...
Carroll Carstairs [residence], 25 Sutton Place, NYC. Entrance hall vista to library I.
Carroll Carstairs [residence]. Entrance hall vista to library II.
Located at 25 Sutton Place, NYC.
Rockefeller Center. British Empire Building, entrance.
Showing entrance door sculptures with man standing before door.
Castle William, Governors Island, N.Y. Entrance detail II.
With four uniformed officers and cannonballs.
Midtown Manhattan in the Forties