Burning of the City Hall New York
On the night of the 17th of August 1858.
Burning of the New York Crystal Palace
On Tuesday Oct. 5th 1858.
[Woman copying a painting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art]
The two figures in the left foreground are John Sloan and his wife Dolly.
Night View of the El
Chatham Square, New York.
How People Look to Monkeys [Crowd looking at a monkey in a cage.]
Waiting for the Negro Elks Parade.
People, waiting on the side of the street (Lenox Avenue), for the Negro Elks Parade.
People waiting for the Negro Elks Parade on Lenox Avenue; looking out windows and on fire esacpes.
On the island of Lenox Ave, watching the Negro Elks Parade.
People watching the Negro Elks Parade on Lenox Avenue.
Watching the Negro Elks Parade, Brooklyn.
Close up of children and adults watching the parade.
People sitting on their stoops, watching the parade.
People watching the parade from the sidewalk.
West Indian Parade: Spectators.
West Indian Parade, Harlem.
People watching the West Indian Parade.
West Indian Parade.
People march in costume while spectators look on.
Watching Negro Elks Parade.
People wearing conial Asian hats at the parade.
Railroads On Parade at the 1939 New York World's Fair
The wedding of the rails: The joining of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific at Promontory Point, Utah,...
Horse Show, Hollywood, Monmouth Park, New Jersey.
A bench in the stadium at the Westpoint-Annapolis football game at Franklin Field, Philadelphia; building...
Sports, Lawn Tennis, Newport, R.I.
Spectators at the International Lawn Tennis Games, Newport Rhode Island.
Alfreno Acrobats, in Training at Crow Hill, Flatbush, Long Island.
Reviewing the Horses -- Hollywood N.J.
Woolworth Building, South Section From N. E. Corner [Construction zone.]
The Bowery--Actor Kirk Douglas Tours the City
Date of assignment December 29, 1950.
Date of assignment September 11, 1949.
Date of assignment April 2, 1948.
Printed in 1995 from an earlier photograph taken 1936-1955.
Crowd watching Hindenburg Explosion
[Plane landing in water.]
Tennis Championship, Forest Hills
Challenge round between the United States and Australasia (Australia and New Zealand), West Side Tennis...
[Interborough Field and Hedley Hall from 242nd Street, west of Broadway.]
Printed in 1998 from an earlier photograph taken around 1916.
Battery [Amsterdam to Battery Place.]
The Arrival of the Steamship Great Western Off New York in 1838. From I. N. Phelps Stokes's "The Iconography...
Broadway and Ann Street [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
Burning of Barnum's American Museum, corner of Broadway and Ann St., July 18th, 1865. | J. Clarence Davies...
Burning of Barnum's American Museum, July 13, 1865. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
Looking north from Fulton St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway [Broadway & Murray to Broadway & Canal Street]
Demolition of the New York City Hospital Grounds. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Madison Ave. [MacDougal Street to Maiden Lane]
Madison Square Garden (First Building) between Mad. & 4th Aves and 26th & 27th Sts. Hon. Allen G. Thurman...
Pearl Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
Pearl Street. 1853. On August 23rd, 1853, the Pearl Street House was destroyed by fire. It was located...
Park Row [Park Row to Prince Street]
Excavation for Pulitzer or World Building. ca. 1889. Park Row, Frankfort St. to Bklyn. Bridge Entrance...
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...
Sixth Avenue and Bryant Park [Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue]
Present State of the New York Crystal Palace - Sketched from the Croton Reservoir. | J. Clarence Davies...
West 44th Street [43rd Street to 60th Street]
Parade of the Lambs' Club. The Lambs' Club Building, at #128 W. 44th St., is seen at the right. | Photograph...
The Ruins of Phelp's & Peck's Store
Fulton St. New York, as they appeared on the morning after the Accident of 4th May 1832.
[Wendell L. Willkie in a crowd.]
Possibly at the CBS Studios at 485 Madison Avenue.
[President Woodrow Wilson, Mayor John F. Hylan and Mrs. Wilson in a parade.]
[Exhibit at the New York World's Fair.]
[People gathered around train on display at the New York World's Fair.]
[Crowd gathered near Old New York pavilion, New York World's Fair.]
[People at the New York World's Fair.]