He said he was totin' coal all day [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
[Worker digging a ditch.]
[First air lock, 2,000 feet from Jersey Shore.]
[Crew of the "Viking".]
[Men on the deck of the "Felicia".]
[Men working on the steps of a railroad car.]
[Men manufacturing railroad cars.]
[Contruction in Union Square.]
Cigar box label.
[Joseph Middlemass' Certificate of Membership to the New York Body of Associated House Carpenters.]
This is to certify that Joseph Middlemass was regular [...]admited a Member of the Associated Body of...
Spring cleaning in the subway [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
[Laying the roadway on High Bridge.]
[Construction of large main on High Bridge.]
[Unloading ring from truck.]
[North tunnel shield.]
[Construction on a manhole.]
[Placing side ring "upper half".]
[Men on deck of the "Amelia."]
[Men on the deck of the "Felicia."]
[Deck of the "Friendship."]
[Deck view of the "Friendship."]
[Men completing manufacturing of a train.]
[Men assembling boxcars.]
[Men assembling a railroad car.]
[Men building railroad cars.]
[Bakeshop and macaroni factory.]
[Removal of section of handrail of the Third Avenue El.]
[Early fire engine.]
[Water and Dock Streets.]
[Corner of Westchester Avenue and Evergreen Avenue.]
Sign reads: Max Rosen and Son Housewreckers Brooklyn N.Y.
[Men unloading UNICEF food cans in Hungary.]
[Installation of the steel grillages at the World Trade Center.]
[Digging Shaft, Summit, Pa.]
West Washington Market: Poultry.
[Cigar box label.]
[Men working in Central Park]
Midtown Tunnel under Hudson River, April 24, 1935
Drawn at far end of "drift" under 24 pounds of air pressure.
Banana Docks, New York.
[Interior, typesetting room.]
Possibly Metropolitan Printing Plant.
Fort Lee Ferry, Foot of Canal St. 1882.
Oyster Boats - Pike Slip and South St. June 1, 1935.