Window in Lott House. (1800).
Example of the Beauty of Foreign Graphic Symbols
926 5th Avenue. John W. Simpson Residence, view of rear area.
Palm Sunday [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Two women sitting under hair dryers.]
[Residence. Detail of window.]
William Collins Whitney house, 972 Fifth Avenue. Stained glass window.
[Window detail at elevated railroad station.]
Lunch Room: R & L Lunch.
Store for Rent
Family Looking out of Window
Boy on the Fire Escape
A Cat in the Window
Windows in Courtyard
Side of Dilapidated House
[Interior design for a bay window.]
Part of a series of proposed New York interiors by Lenygon and Morant.
Recessed Windows. Mrs. Burke's Bedroom
Part of a series of proposed interiors by Lenygon and Morant.
The Young Housekeepers.
The Day After Marriage. Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier, 152 Nassau St. Cor. of Spruce N.Y. Entered according...
A Year After Marriage. Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier, 152 Nassau St. Cor. of Spruce N.Y. Entered according...
Children's Book Tryouts [Girl looking through a window in a door.]
portrait of Moses Levy sitting in front of a window with a dog in his lap and a ship visible outside...
[Couple at Jewelry Store Window]
Viewing of facade, tearing down the Armory, Madison Avenue between 94th and 95th Sts.
Mr. Fox's apartment. Window detail 1.
Mr. Fox's apartment. Window detail 2.
Mrs. Frederick Havermeyer [residence]. Dining room window.
Located at 16 Sutton Square, NYC.
Street Scenes, 1898. Fifth Ave., S.W. Cor. 56th St.
A building on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West 56th Street (718 5th Avenue). The entrances/front...
[Interior of unidentified bank]
Anne Murdock at Home.
National City Bank. Officers' platform.
2 East 44th Street. Wetzel Building, detail of second floor windows.
42nd Street at the S.E. corner of 5th Avenue. Detail of the first story of the Astor Trust Building.
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Waiting room.]
Most likely the Weehawken Ferry Terminal.
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Sign for the 42nd Street Boat.]