Buildings, Old Buildings To Be Removed for Extension of the Seamen's Church Institute.
The old storefronts and warehouses at 41-53 Front Street (Coenties Slip & Front Street) to be razed for...
Waterfront: South Street
Looking south at Front and South Streets showing the Wall Street skyline, with 60 Wall Tower and 40 Wall...
Buildings, Seamen's Church Institute and Old Buildings To Be Removed for Its Extension.
129 Front Street. Santos Building.
161 Front Street, corner Fletcher Street.
The Yankee Clipper
170 John Street.
Ground floor, Fulton Market building.
Established 1842. New York's oldest seafood restaurant. 2 and 4 Fulton Street.
C. & T. Tier & a friend on Pier 5 E.R.; Tom Tier and my self on Pier 5, E.R.; [Dog on a chair; men standing in front of Mones & Co. at 85 Front Street; woman with an umbrella on a roof.]
Preliminary Proposal: Peck Slip, South Street Seaport, Lower Manhattan
Wall Street [Wall Street]
Wall Street. 1830. South side. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Whitehall and Water Streets [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]
New York Produce Exchange, 1861. Whitehall Street, between Water and Front Streets | J. Clarence Davies...
Front Street & Maiden Lane [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
Fly Market from the corner of Front Street and Maiden Lane N.Y. 1816. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views...
Front Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
159 Front Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Fulton Street & Front Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
The Ruins of Phelp's & Peck's Store. Fulton Street as they appeared on the morning after the accident...
Fulton Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
Old Fulton Market. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Mark di Suvero with skull "Yorick" in his 195 Front Street loft
Printed from a photograph taken in 1967.
Interior of Mark di Suvero's 195 Front Street loft
[Beekman and Front Streets.]
[Trompe l'oeil concealing a Con Ed substation at 237-257 Front Street, and the Jasper Ward house, 45 Peck Slip.]
[Looking north on John Street from Front Street.]
[Strand Book Store, South Street Seaport.]
[Looking at 70 Pine Street from the intersection of Front and Wall Streets.]
[First Precinct Police Station, 100 Old Slip.]
Onetime Landmarks Preservation Commission office, now New York City Police Museum.
[Looking northwest across the rooftops of buildings on Beekman Street.]
[Interior of Sweet's Restaurant, 2 Fulton Street.]
Established in the 1840s by Abraham Sweet; closed after a violent storm in 1992.
[W.E. Savage & Co., 165 John Street, and Baltimore Copper Paint Co., 167-171 John Street.]
[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.]
[Fern growing on façade of 220 Front Street.]
[159-163 John Street and W.E. Savage & Co. at 165 John Street.]
[Cellar door, metal covered steps, and cobblestone paving at 165 John Street.]
[Cobblestone paving and metal steps in front of 165 John Street.]
[Looking north on Front Street from Fulton Street.]
[Looking southeast through a window toward Schermerhorn Row.]
[S & S Fish Co. at 38 Peck Slip and Beekman Fish Co. at 34 Peck Slip.]
[Aerial view of the buildings at 142-144, 146-148 and 150-152 Beekman Street.]
[Looking west from Peck Slip to the twin towers of the World Trade Center.]
[220 Front Street and Milligan & Higgins Corporation at 222 Front Street.]
[Aerial view of the rooftops of Schermerhorn Row.]
Alex, Journeyman, Beekman & Front St., May 1982.
Carmine's Bar, Front Street, April 1982.
Rouse Development Site of Hilton Hotel, Front Street, April 1982.
Burling Slip, between Front and South Streets.
Image from Transit System Survey.
Front Street Scene.
[Corner of Fulton and Front Streets.]