Lower East River Front, N.Y.
Copyright 1907 by T.M. & Co. N.Y.
[Children surrounding a cart.]
[Loading carts for shipping.]
[Horse and cart at an unidentified market.]
[City Services Hose Wagon.]
Litho. of Endicott, New York.
Pierce's Coach Colors
Morningside Heights [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Scene of Morningside Heights | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Don Freeman's Newsstand
A Journal of One Man's Manhattan. Spring, 1941.
[Horse pulling a laundry cart.]
[Along the docks.]
[Under the Brooklyn Bridge.]
[Loading wood onto a cart.]
[92nd Street and Astoria ferryboats.]
[Best & Company delivery wagons.]
[Golden Jubilee Parade.]
[Police officers in a parade.]
[Firemen riding in a horse-drawn fire cart.]
[F.D.N.Y. fire wagon.]
[Delivery wagon, Seeman Bros., Inc.]
[Truck with building supplies for a bridge.]
[Unidentified building being demolished. ]
[Corner of Westchester Avenue and Evergreen Avenue.]
[Union Square with many horse and carts.]
[Hudson Street-getting ready for Christmas.]
Horse and Wagon
Children Playing in Broken Wagon
Empty Push Carts
Angels Voices Sweetly Calling
[Trotting on the Road.]
Original drawing for a print by Currier & Ives.
Telling tales on the old man
[Cigar box label.]
Litho. Witsch & Schmitt, N.Y.
[M. & H. Schrenkeisen's Parlor Furniture Factory.]
A. Will N. Y. Del.
Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
Bedford Corners, 1777.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Woolf, on Their Walk from Kansas City to New York City. Started Monday, May 2nd, 1910. The Dog Accompanied them Last Season Through the Ozarks.
20 Truck N.Y. 08
The New Fulton Fish Market, New York City.
Compliments of Warner & Prankard, 29 Fulton Fish Market, N.Y.
Photograph of a circus wagon. Date of assignment July 28, 1942. Photographer unknown; copy negative....
Five Points House of Industry
Designed & on stone by James A. Shearman. N.Y.
Turn Out Of The Employees Of The American Express Company
Cor: Hudson, Jay & Staple Streets New York City June 21 1858
Traveling Tin Shop
The location of the photograph is unknown but the neighborhood resembles Talman and Jay Streets in the...
Orchard Street [with pushcart vendors]
Push Carts, Hester Street
[Beverage cart vendor with man filling jugs]