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The Old Marble Cemetery -- proposed for a play ground, taken in summer 1895.

The Old Marble Cemetery -- proposed for a play ground, taken in summer 1895.

The open-space of the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd...

Old Marble Cemetery.

Old Marble Cemetery.

The open-space of the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd...

Old Marble Cemetery.

Old Marble Cemetery.

A broken memorial urn in the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street,...

Old Marble Cemetery Wall.

Old Marble Cemetery Wall.

A broken memorial urn at the base of a stone wall in Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound...

Old Marble Cemetery Wall.

Old Marble Cemetery Wall.

A broken memorial urn at the base of a stone wall in Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound...

Residences, Augustus Thomas (Playwright).

Residences, Augustus Thomas (Playwright).


Old Marble Cemetery.

Old Marble Cemetery.

A broken memorial urn in the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street,...

Residences, Augustus Thomas (Playwright).

Residences, Augustus Thomas (Playwright).

The residence of Augustus Thomas, playwright--also The Colburn Memorial Home.

The Old Marble Cemetery -- proposed for a play ground, taken in summer 1895.

The Old Marble Cemetery -- proposed for a play ground, taken in summer 1895.

The open-space of the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd...

Old Marble Cemetery.

Old Marble Cemetery.

The open-space of the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd...

["Dolphin" at the New York World's Fair.]

["Dolphin" at the New York World's Fair.]


Jackson Heights Apartments. Sidewalk with child on tricycle

Jackson Heights Apartments. Sidewalk with child on tricycle


East 42nd Street and First Avenue. Tudor City. Penthouse garden terrace

East 42nd Street and First Avenue. Tudor City. Penthouse garden terrace


Low Memorial Library at Columbia University.

Low Memorial Library at Columbia University.


Entrance to the Clarence H. Mackay house.

Entrance to the Clarence H. Mackay house.

Harbor Hill.

Entrance to the Clarence H. Mackay house.

Entrance to the Clarence H. Mackay house.

Harbor Hill.

Residences, Mr. Thomas (President, Central Railway of New Jersey?), Morristown, N.J.

Residences, Mr. Thomas (President, Central Railway of New Jersey?), Morristown, N.J.


Residences, Mr. Arthur Hornblow (Theatre Magazine).

Residences, Mr. Arthur Hornblow (Theatre Magazine).


66 Liberty Street. Guaranty Trust Company. Interior, President Sabin's room

66 Liberty Street. Guaranty Trust Company. Interior, President Sabin's room


[Hayes Avenue. Chateau apartments.]

[Hayes Avenue. Chateau apartments.]


Sunnyside. Phipps garden apartments. Exterior, entrance

Sunnyside. Phipps garden apartments. Exterior, entrance


[Jackson Heights apartment buildings.]

[Jackson Heights apartment buildings.]


[Jackson Heights golf links.]

[Jackson Heights golf links.]


Laburnum Court apartments. Entrance

Laburnum Court apartments. Entrance


Garden. Child with toy wheelbarrow

Garden. Child with toy wheelbarrow


[Child playing in garden.]

[Child playing in garden.]


Lunatic Asylum, New York.

Lunatic Asylum, New York.

Painted & Engraved for the New York Mirror. 1834. Robert W. Weir Pinxt. Steel Plate. James Smillie Sculpt....

New York Almshouse, Now Bellevue Hospital

New York Almshouse, Now Bellevue Hospital

Copyright 1905, Society of Iconophiles, N.Y.

Bellevue Hospital

Bellevue Hospital

Copyright 1905, Society of Iconophiles, N.Y.

[Charles M. Schwab House, 11 Riverside Drive, entry.]

[Charles M. Schwab House, 11 Riverside Drive, entry.]


[Charles M. Schwab House, 11 Riverside Drive, entry.]

[Charles M. Schwab House, 11 Riverside Drive, entry.]


[Grand Army Plaza fountain.]

[Grand Army Plaza fountain.]


St. Mark's Church. 2nd Avenue, 10th Street. Erected in 1795, it is the second oldest church building in Manhattan.

St. Mark's Church. 2nd Avenue, 10th Street. Erected in 1795, it is the second oldest church building in Manhattan.


"Claremont Inn." Riverside Drive, 128th Street. A historic landmark.

"Claremont Inn." Riverside Drive, 128th Street. A historic landmark.


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