The Celluloid Corset Clasps
Side & dress steels. Warranted not to rust. | Charles Shields Sons, 20-22 Gold Street, N.Y.
F.F. Adams & Co. Limited
Keystone wringer made only for the installment trade.
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey bringing laundry to the laudromat.]
Three Ball Washing Crystal
Manufactured by C.H. Fisher & Co., New York.
[Horse pulling a laundry cart.]
[Old Croton Aqueduct tunnel of (abandoned) Quarry Road.]
[Cat fight in a backyard.]
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
Yard of Tenement, New York.
Smith Brothers Chemically Pure Borax
Chas. S. Higgins' German Laundry Soap
Washerwoman Scrubbing Laundry
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey bringing a laundry to a laudromat.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey in front of a laundromat.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey entering a laundromat.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey outside a laundromat.]
Black Parrot Court, a Quaint Corner in Greenwich Village
11 Christopher St.
A Greenwich Village Alley with Modern Art Lines
Laundry hanging out to dry on Grove Court.
Laundry hanging out to dry on Clinton Court.
Women and children in an alley where laundry is drying.
Three children walking on Patchin's Place.
[Rear of 618-624 West 143rd Street]
[Rear of 14 Downing Street]
Black Parrot Court, A Quaint Corner in Greenwich Village
Gay Street [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Beth Israel Hospital, Stuyvesant Square. Laundry, washing machine battery.
Y.M.C.A. Railroad Branch.
[East 15th Street and Avenue A.]
[West side of Baxter looking north from Worth to Leonard Street.]
Vacant Lot between Buildings at 148th St.
Wash Line between Two Tenements
Backyards with Laundry Lines.
Tenement Courtyard from Roof Looking Down
People on Fire Escapes
Tenement Rear with Man in Doorway
Mother's Friend Laundry.
All White Laundry.
Lower East Side Facade, NYC, 1947
Murphy Door Bed Co., folding ironing board, open
Miss Ellen Terry as "Madame Sans-Gêne"
At the Lyceum Theatre.
Mrs. Partington's Washing Machine.
Cheapest and Best. | Lith. in colors by Chas. Hart, 99 Fulton St., New York
City Lot in Summer
In the Laundry, U.S. Army General Hospital No. 1 Williamsbridge, N.Y.
Laundry in Greenwich Village [People in a laundromat.]
Laundry in Greenwich Village [Man at a counter.]
Laundry in Greenwich Village [Man in front of laundry machines.]