The New York Times
The New York Weekly
The best story and sketch paper published. F. S. Street and F. S. Smith, proprietors. | Phair & Co.,...
[The Examiner and Chronicle.]
[Newspaper article about steam boats.]
Canal Street [Broome Street through Central Park]
"New York Herald" article from May 26, 1907 describing old prints of New York. | J. Clarence Davies Street...
[Man reading the New York Recorder.]
Boy Seated with a Paper.
Peter Arno [Arno, in bed, looking through newspapers.]
Naked City [Man reading a newspaper in an office.]
People Mugging [Man reading a newspaper.]
Victory Garden, Rockefeller Center
Untitled [Men at Newsstand, nighttime (duplicate)]
Night view of a group of men at a sidewalk newspaper/magazine stand.
Untitled [Men at Newsstand, nighttime]
Untitled [Couple by magazine stand, with cab in background, Union Square]
View of a man (reading a newspaper) and a woman (with a scarf around her neck) by a magazine stand. A...
Untitled [Men at left-wing political discussions, Union Square]
View of a fenced area in Union Square with a large group of men engaged in a political discussion in...
Untitled [Men and woman on park bench, Union Square]
View of a three men and a heavy-set woman on a park bench. The woman is reading a newspaper.
Untitled [Men on park bench, Union Square]
View of a group of men crowded onto a park bench in Union Square. A man in the center is leaning on his...
Untitled [Crowded park benches in Union Square]
View of a group of people crowded onto a park bench, including a heavy-set woman (far left) and a man...
Priest Reading Newspaper
Why Is a Neighbor's Newspaper Always More Attactive Than Your Own?
Reproduced in Life magazine, December 31, 1908.
View of three Asian men in front of shop. The man in the center is seated behind a small folding table...
Newspaper Row, Camp Black 1898.
Tents set up at Camp Black in Hempstead Plains, L.I.
Viewing the Evening telegram Bicycle Parade. Riverside Drive. 1896.
Young spectators sitting in a tree, one reading a newspaper, at the Evening Telegram Cycle Parade, Riverside...
View of a crowd gathered around news bulletins in Chinese posted on a wall in Chinatown.
[James T. Powers as Jasper Phipps in "Walker, London".]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Cat on a stack of newspapers.]
The Examiner and Chronicle
Is the leading, and the most widely circulated Baptist newspaper in America. Edward Bright & Co., publishers,...
Broadway and 34th to 35th Streets [Broadway & 26th Street to Broadway & 42nd Street]
Broadway. West side, above 34th St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
[Grace Daniels as Maria and Peggy Wood as Ottillie in "Maytime".]
[James T. Powers as Arthur Jones in "A Mad Bargain".]
[A chihuahua standing on a stack of newspapers.]
Woman reading the newspaper on fountain steps, Washington Square Park
Charles E. Strong of Strong & Cadwalader.
News from Home - a Ray of Sunshine. [Soldier at a newspaper stand.]
Straining For News. [Man with newspaper near Times Square.]
Couple Living in One Room
Man and Woman in Kitchen
Elderly Woman with Newspaper.
Gifts for All.
Man Reading near Pot-bellied Stove
A Dog's Life in the Big City [Men sitting in front of a French bakery with a newspaper and a dog.]
Aqueduct Race Track [Man reading a newspaper at the racetrack.]
Story features images of both the Aqueduct Racetrack in Ozone Park, Queens and the Santa Anita Park Racetrack...
[Leonard Sillman with Jean Outland Chrysler and Sidney Bodne.]
Jean Outland Chrysler was the wife of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., a patron of the theater.
[Cast party for "Leonard Sillman's New Faces of 1952".]
Man with Newspaper, NYC, 1950s
Date of assignment August-September 1950.
Brooklyn Nobody Knows [Editor of the Brooklyn Record.]
Date of assignment September 21, 1948.
[Dr. Rodrigo Sarmiento reading the account of his surrender while in the Brooklyn Avenue police station.]
Album compiled for the 1959 Pulitzer Prize for outstanding examples of news photography. | Photograph...
[Sunday, Central Park]