[The grave of Joseph Rodman Drake.]
Buy Victory Bonds
"If ye break faith - we shall not sleep"
Gravestone for Fernando Yznaga.
[St. Peter's Church.]
[Grave of Charles W. Kruger.]
[East side tombstone yard.]
[Slave burying ground.]
On Hunts Point Road.
[Daniel Johnson, Lumber Street, New York.]
Possibly a gravestone. Daniel Johnson lived on Lumber Street (later renamed Trinity Place).
Cemeteries, Greenwood Brooklyn, May 30, 1899.
People walking down a wide path in the Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn.
Woodlawn Cemetery, Campbell Monument.
Woodlawn Cemetery. R. Delafield monument.
They Give Their Lives Do You Lend Your Savings?
[Restored gravestone in Trinity Churchyard.]
[The cemetery on 11th Street, east of 6th Avenue.]
[Mr. Stephen Jumel's tomb in old St. Patrick's Churchyard.]
In St. Patrick's Old Cathedral on Mulberry Street.
[First existing Jewish burial gound, New Bowery near Oliver Street.]
[First cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel at New Bowery and Oliver Street.]
[Oldest tombstone in the first existing Jewish cemetery.]
[Gravestone in Jewish burial ground.]
[Jewish burial ground.]
[Tombstone in the Jewish burial ground.]
[Grave in the Jewish cemetery.]
[Graves in the Jewish Cemetery.]
[Jewish cemetery on New Bowery Street.]
[Graves in the Jewish cemetery.]
[Mourners in the Jewish cemetery.]
[Clotheslines in the Jewish cemetery.]
[The Jewish cemeteries.]
[Spanish and Portuguese Jewish cemetery, New Bowery near Chatham Square.]
[Henry Daniel's tombstone in the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish cemetery on New Bowery near Chatham Square.]
[Monument Mendes Seixas, Spanish Portuguese Jewish cemetery, New Bowery near Chatham Square.]
[Grave of Clement C. Moore, Trinity Cemetery.]