[Dinner with Mr. D. S. Jones.]
No. 2 Bond Street.
Inauguration of the recently elected Professors of Columbia College
February 3, 4, 9 and 11, 1858 at Mozart Hall, Broadway.
Seventh Annual Invitation Ball of the Atlantic Volunteers
Mozart Hall, 663 Broadway, October 2, 1860.
Willcox & Gibbs Is the Only Automatic Sewing Machine
658 Broadway, New York.
Henry Wheeler, Proprietor. Menu for February 1.
Bond St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]
Bond Street Homeopathic Dispensary, No. 59 Bond Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Bond Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]
Broadway. North from Bond Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
View on Broadway opposite Bond Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Looking north on Broadway from Bond St., 1909. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Naumberg, Kraus, Lauer, and Co.'s Columbian Decorations, Oct. 12, 1892.
[Grand Central Hotel.]
Hair dye, wig and toupee factory, No. 16 Bond Street, New York. Established 1832.
The Ward Mansion
North East Corner Broadway & Bond St. Now Occupied by Brooks Clothing Store.
Building, S.E. Corner of Bond St., 658-656-654 Broadway.
Taken from a rooftop across the street of the building at the south-east corner of Broadway (#s 654-658)...
Broadway, South from Bond Street.
New play. Thrilling story. First night of the great drama, “The Courier of Lyons”, Thursday, October 19. Mr. E. Eddy in two characters
Three acts and ten tableaux. Dance by Mlle. Adeline. To conclude with “The Maniac Lover” with Mr. W....
Isidora Clark, in selections from "La Favorita", "Ernani", "I Puritani", "Nabucodonosor" and "Lucia di Lammermoor", Tuesday evening, June 12
Isidora Clark, the American prima donna, will give her third and last grand concert, which will be her...
Broadway [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]
Oration at Metropolitan Hall. Tripler's Metropolitan Hall 1853. 667-677 Broadway Note: This hall which...
[1-5 Bond Street.]
Originally Robbins & Appleton Building.
[Broadway and Bond Street.]
[Lower section of 35 Wall Street.]
[S.E. Corner of Broadway & Bond St.]
The buildings at 642-658 Broadway between Bond (to the left) and Bleecker Sts. At the corner is 658...
Saturday evening, November 18, twelfth night of the great American actress, Miss Julia Dean, on which occasion she will appear for the last time as Isabella Falcone in “Tortesa the Usurer”
Overture by the orchestra. To conclude with the great drama of “The Courier of Lyons” – three acts and...
"The Merry Wives of Windsor; or, Falstaff Outwitted", Monday evening, May 14, 1855
This beautiful theater will be re-opened for a short season, upon which occasion Mr. Hackett, Mr. Morris...
Mr. Hackett as Falstaff and Miss Fanny Morant as Mrs. Ford in "The Merry Wives of Windsor", Wednesday, August 29
Farewell nights and last night but two of Mr. Hackett prior to his departure again for Europe. After...
Broadway from Bond to 8th Streets [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]
East side of Broadway from Bond to 8th Streets, 1865. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
[Bond Street Savings Bank building, 330 Bowery.]
[33 Bond Street for sale.]
Rented at $1,300 per annum to May 1st, 1886; payable quarterly. | New York: John Medole & Son, Steam...
39 Bond Street. Interior, detail of steam elevator safety device
39 Bond Street. Interior, detail of steam elevator, top of cab
39 Bond Street. Interior, detail of steam elevator, engine hoist
39 Bond Street. Exterior
Charles Leighton ; James B. Cook ; O'Connor & Collender
Charles Leighton, first premium shirt manufacturer, 106 Grand Street. James B. Cook, manufacturer and...