St. John's Chapel
View of St. John's Chapel (razed in 1918) from the corner of Beach Street.
46 Varick Street from the corner of Laight Street. St. John's Protestant Episcopal Chapel, showing neighborhood.
[Deed to Silas B. Hamilton for pew number 110 of the Presbyterian Church in Laight Street.]
Issued by the Board of Trustees of the Corporation of the Presbyterian Church in Laight Street on April...
Laight Street [Jackson Street to Ludlow Street]
Water Cure Institute and School, 15 Laight Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Laight Street and Washington Street [Jackson Street to Ludlow Street]
Fairchild Bros. & Foster. 1911. (Manufacturing Chemists). 74-76 Laight Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street...
Varick Street [Temple Street to Wall Street]
St. John's Chapel. Varick St. bet. Beach & Laight Sts. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
St. John's Chapel. 1829. E. side of Varick St., bet. Beach & Laight Sts. Completed 1807. Architects:...
Varick Street and Laight Street [Temple Street to Wall Street]
Varick Street. Looking south from Laight Street. On the left is seen St. John's Chapel, erected in 1807,...
Hudson Street between Beach and Laight Streets [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
The building erected for the Hudson River Rail Road on the former site of St. John's Park | J. Clarence...
[Looking east on Laight Street to Washington Street.]
[Port Warehouses, Inc., 54-58 Laight Street.]
Varick Street, north from Beach Street to Laight Street.
Image from Transit System Survey.
[Intersection of Varick Street, Laight Street, and Beach Street.]
[Hudson Street and Laight Street, looking south.]
[Northeast corner of Laight Street and Hudson Street.]
Garner & Co.
St. John's Park, New York.
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