Off South Street.
Fulton Street Dock: Manhattan Skyline
The "Mary P. Mosquita", a trawling vessel, at Pier 17. In the background the chimney of the New York...
Fulton Fish Market
Date of assignment May 11, 1943. Negative frames: 8
The Yankee Clipper
170 John Street.
Police Districts of New York
Ground floor, Fulton Market building.
Harlem Railroad and Harlem and New York Navigation Company
Grand Selections [Gilmore's Deep Blue cocktail menu.]
Fulton Market building.
The Celebrated Clipper Ship "Charmer"
I. S. Lucas, Commander, is now taking in the balance of her cargo rapidly at Pier 26, East River, (Peck...
E. G. Blackford
Fulton Market, New York.
South Street Seaport, New York
Established 1842. New York's oldest seafood restaurant. 2 and 4 Fulton Street.
Pier 17. 89 South Street.
Preliminary Proposal: Peck Slip, South Street Seaport, Lower Manhattan
South Street With View of Shipping
Supplement to The Journal, N.Y., Sunday Ma[...]
Pearl Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
The Walton House, as it now stands. 324-26 Pearl St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
The Old Walton House. ; The Walton House, in which the Bank of New York commenced business, June 9, 1784....
Entrance Hall of the Walton House, 1840. ; Sitting Room 2d. Story of Walton House, 1840. 324-26 Pearl...
Pearl Street. 1853. On August 23rd, 1853, the Pearl Street House was destroyed by fire. It was located...
Peck Slip and Water Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
Corner of Peck Slip & Water St. N.Y. 1857. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
South Street and Beekman Slip [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]
Fulton Ferry & South Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Water Street [Wall Street to Waverly Place]
Variety Stove Warehouse, 238 Water Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Kit Burns' Sportsmen's Hall, 273 Water Street, near Peck Slip, N.Y. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views...
Water Street and Burling Slip [Wall Street to Waverly Place]
W. & G. Post's Paint Store, 160 Water Street. 1756. Now F.W. Devoe & C.T. Reynolds Co. ; W. & G. Post's...
[Peck Slip façade of Meyer's Hotel, 116-119 South Street.]
[Meyer's Hotel, 116-119 South Street.]
[Fulton and Water Streets.]
[Beekman and Front Streets.]
[Titanic Memorial Lighthouse and stores on Fulton Street.]
[The ships Peking and Wavertree docked at piers 15-17 in the South Street Seaport.]
[Trompe l'oeil concealing a Con Ed substation at 237-257 Front Street, and the Jasper Ward house, 45 Peck Slip.]
[Strand Book Store, South Street Seaport.]
[Looking northwest across the rooftops of buildings on Beekman Street.]
[Barba Negra Vancouver docked at Pier 16, South Street Seaport.]
[Barba Negra Vancouver docked Pier 16, South Street Seaport.]
[Interior of Sweet's Restaurant, 2 Fulton Street.]
Established in the 1840s by Abraham Sweet; closed after a violent storm in 1992.
[Architectural detail at 251 Water Street.]
[Water Street and Peck Slip, South Street Seaport Historic District.]
[Granite rainbasin at cellar entrance to Bowne & Co. Stationers, 211 Water Street.]
[Bowne & Co. Stationers, 211 Water Street.]
[View of Lower Manhattan skyline from the South Street Seaport.]
[Tin Building, Pier 17 at South Street.]
[South Street Seaport.]
[Fulton and Water Streets, looking toward South Street Seaport Historic District.]
[268, 270, 272, and 274 Water Street.]
["Robert Fulton" and "Wavertree" at dock south of Schermerhorn Row.]
[Fish wholesalers on South Street.]
[Looking south from the Brooklyn Bridge walkway to Lower Manhattan.]
[W.E. Savage & Co., 165 John Street, and Baltimore Copper Paint Co., 167-171 John Street.]
[South Street between Beekman and Peck Slip.]
[Carmine's Bar & Grill at 140 Beekman Street, 142-144 Beekman Street, and 146-148 Beekman Street.]
[Cart near Finest Fillet Co., 214 Front Street.]