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...
Street Scenes-1909 and 1910 Broadway- No. from 34th St.
Broadway at 34th St.; street is filled with people and there are streetcars, horse-drawn carriages and...
Third Avenue and 13th Street [First Avenue to Third Avenue]
Governor Stuyvesant's Pear Tree | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
A Walking Match Between Two Editors
Murat Halstead. "Watterson! come back, and don't make a fool of yourself."
Bicycling, New York Streets.
Group of bicycle messengers in front of the New York Herald building.
Visit of the Prince of Wales to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum
October 12, 1860
Looking north from the intersection of Broadway and 6th Avenue.
Image from Transit System Survey.
C. G. Gunthers Sons Bldg., 184 5th Ave.
Sports, Coaching, New York Herald City Beautiful Campaign.
Men aboard a coach from the New York Herald City Beautiful Campaign. They are located at 54th Street...
Blizzard/99. [Broadway -- North from Above 35th St.]
A group of men in coats and hats carrying shovels walking along the sidewalk on Broadway from above 35th...
Snow Scenes, Blizzard, Street Scenes in New York City.
Workers carting snow in front of the Herald Building.
Woman on End of Transcontinental Auto Tour, 1899.
Crowd gathered in front of the New York Herald building, Herald Square, at the finish of a woman's transcontinental...
Herald Conversation, Waldorf-Astoria.
The Morning Papers
John S. Hulin, Stationers 411 Broadway, N.Y.
Herald Square. 34th Street - 6th Avenue. The noisiest and most busiest spot in the city, where thousands of shoppers pass daily.
Broadway Series. View looking north from "El" station at 33rd Street and 6th Ave, showing Herald Square. Saks is seen at extreme left on 34th Street - then Macy's. "N.Y. Herald Building" in middle dis