Pike and Henry Streets
Pike Street between Henry and Madison Streets, showing tenements with the Manhattan Bridge in the background....
[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]
Awarded to Charles Ward by Primary School No. 36 in December 1864.
Mrs. John D. Mairs at Home
Wednesdays in March. 177 Madison Street. Sent with announcement of marriage between Mary E. St. John...
[Wedding of Sarah Sonkin and Barnet Alpert.]
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sonkin, 99 Henry Street, August 24, 1912.
Wholesale & retail, bedstead, bureau, and black walnut and cherry table manufactory, 135 & 210 Division...
[Group portrait of firemen with equipment outside the station for Engine 12.]
[Pike Street and Division Street, southeast corner. General exterior before alterations.]
[Looking west on Cherry Street toward the Manhattan Bridge archway.]
[Looking east on Cherry Street toward the Manhattan Bridge archway.]
[Looking south on Pike Street toward Cherry Street and the Manhattan Bridge.]
[Looking toward the northeast corner of Pike and Henry Streets.]
[Congregation Sons of Israel Kalwarie, 15 Pike Street.]
Now Sung Tak Buddhist Temple.
["Chinatown Today" mural by Alan Okada on Pike Street.]
[Pike Street to the Manhattan Bridge.]
[Synagogue at 66 Pike Street.]
[Manhattan open market.]
[44 Pine Street.]
Trinity Churchyard in background.
[7 Pine Street.]
Pike Street and Division Street, southeast corner. Interior, ground floor lobby after alterations
Pike Street and Division Street, southeast corner. General exterior after alterations
#104 Monroe St. New York City. From Point Near Cellar Entrance to #102 Monroe St. Looking N.W. at Rear of #104 Monroe St.
Pike Street and Division Street, southeast corner. Interior, elevator cab with open door
123 Henry Street
The Floating Church of Our Saviour, for Seamen.
Built by Charles M. Simonson, for the young Mens Church Missionary Society of the City of New York Febr....
The Interior View of the Floating Church of Our Saviour for Seamen.
Built for the Young Men's Church Missionary Society of the City of New York by Charles M. Simonson as...
Pike and Henry Streets [Variant]