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List of John De Lancey's expenses

List of John De Lancey's expenses

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Stanton Street and Columbia Street [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]

Stanton Street and Columbia Street [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]

A famous New York inn, the Columbia House, which in 1861 stood on Stanton Street | J. Clarence Davies...

[McGown's Pass Tavern, Central Park.]

[McGown's Pass Tavern, Central Park.]


[McGowns Pass Tavern.]

[McGowns Pass Tavern.]


[Fraunces Tavern, corner of Pearl & Broad.]

[Fraunces Tavern, corner of Pearl & Broad.]


[Fraunces Tavern.]

[Fraunces Tavern.]


[Faunce's Tavern is much the same outwardly as it was when built in 1700.]

[Faunce's Tavern is much the same outwardly as it was when built in 1700.]


Tabard Inn

Tabard Inn

Cigar box label.

Fraunces Tavern, New York.

Fraunces Tavern, New York.


[Cross Keys Tavern]

[Cross Keys Tavern]


[Black Horse Tavern - Tubby Hook]

[Black Horse Tavern - Tubby Hook]


Fraunces Tavern, N. Y. City

Fraunces Tavern, N. Y. City


Central Park: McGown's Pass Tavern.

Central Park: McGown's Pass Tavern.


The Russian Tavern of Romany Marie

The Russian Tavern of Romany Marie

Interior view of the Russian Tavern.

Tripe Supper

Tripe Supper

October 2, 1837 at the Original Blue Bonnet House, No. 10 Frankfort Street.

Broad St. cor. Pearl [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Broad St. cor. Pearl [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Fraunces' Tavern | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.

Broad St. cor. Pearl St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Broad St. cor. Pearl St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Fraunces' Tavern | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.

Broad St. cor. Pearl St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Broad St. cor. Pearl St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Fraunces' Tavern | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.

Broad Street cor. Pearl Street [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Broad Street cor. Pearl Street [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]

Fraunces' Tavern | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.

Nassau Street and Spruce Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]

Nassau Street and Spruce Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]

Martling's Tavern 1798. Southeast corner of Nassau & Spruce Sts. ; First Tammany Wigwam cor. Nassau &...

William Street [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]

William Street [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]

Golden Hill Inn. No. 24 William, near John. Constructed in 1756. The bricks used in it were brought from...

Fulton Street & Nassau Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]

Fulton Street & Nassau Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]

Shakespeare Tavern. 136 Fulton Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook

Broadway [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]

Broadway [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]

Old Tavern in Broadway, near Houston Street, 1861. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.

The Subway Tavern with Subway Stations, corner Bleecker and Elm Streets, New York.

The Subway Tavern with Subway Stations, corner Bleecker and Elm Streets, New York.


Greenwich Village Inn

Greenwich Village Inn

Published by Zinna the Nut.

[Old Willow Tree Cottage.]

[Old Willow Tree Cottage.]


[Tyson Meat Market.]

[Tyson Meat Market.]


[South east corner of 5th Avenue and 44th Street.]

[South east corner of 5th Avenue and 44th Street.]


[Old house used as a tavern.]

[Old house used as a tavern.]


[Old Beekman Tavern, 64 Beekman Street at north east corner of Gold Street.]

[Old Beekman Tavern, 64 Beekman Street at north east corner of Gold Street.]


[Beekman and Gold Streets.]

[Beekman and Gold Streets.]


[64 Beekman Street at the corner of Gold.]

[64 Beekman Street at the corner of Gold.]


[Fraunces Tavern, Broad and Pearl Streets.]

[Fraunces Tavern, Broad and Pearl Streets.]


[Fraunces Tavern, where George Washington took leave of his officers, December 4, 1783.]

[Fraunces Tavern, where George Washington took leave of his officers, December 4, 1783.]


[Fraunces Tavern.]

[Fraunces Tavern.]


[Fraunces Tavern.]

[Fraunces Tavern.]


[Fraunce's Tavern, Washington's headquarters.]

[Fraunce's Tavern, Washington's headquarters.]


[McGown's Pass Tavern.]

[McGown's Pass Tavern.]


[Broad Street, Fraunces Tavern.]

[Broad Street, Fraunces Tavern.]


Here's Luck!

Here's Luck!

A [...] place on the Road. | Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.

Fraunce's Tavern.  New York.

Fraunce's Tavern. New York.


Eventide - October.

Eventide - October.

The village inn. | Painted by B. Hess.

Cross Keys Tavern Bloomingdale on the Kingsbridge Road

Cross Keys Tavern Bloomingdale on the Kingsbridge Road


'Old tom's thames st.' 1875 - eliza greatorex.

'Old tom's thames st.' 1875 - eliza greatorex.

TAVERNS - PEN & INK DRAWING

Oakley Tavern, Bloomindale

Oakley Tavern, Bloomindale


[Evolution of the Speakeasy, Early Speakeasy]

[Evolution of the Speakeasy, Early Speakeasy]


The Peweter Mug Tavern, 1860

The Peweter Mug Tavern, 1860

Col. Burr lived in the second floor of this building.

[Evolution of the Speakeasy, Barney Gallant's "Speako de Luxe"]

[Evolution of the Speakeasy, Barney Gallant's "Speako de Luxe"]


View of the Tavern on the Road to King's Bridge Near Fort Washington

View of the Tavern on the Road to King's Bridge Near Fort Washington


Rauscher's "Ideal" Road House. Park Circle. B'klyn, N. Y.

Rauscher's "Ideal" Road House. Park Circle. B'klyn, N. Y.


Abbey Inn and Fort Tryon, New York.

Abbey Inn and Fort Tryon, New York.


Old Country Inn (Croton Cottage) Cor. 5th Av. & 40th St. 1861.

Old Country Inn (Croton Cottage) Cor. 5th Av. & 40th St. 1861.

F. von Bardeleben, New York & Germany.

Fraunces Tavern, New York.

Fraunces Tavern, New York.


Old Country Inn (Croton Cottage) Cor. 5th Av. & 40th St. 1861.

Old Country Inn (Croton Cottage) Cor. 5th Av. & 40th St. 1861.

F. von Bardeleben.

Original Room at Fraunces' Tavern, Cor. Broad and Pearl Streets, New York, where General Washington Bid Farewell to His Officers on the 4th of December, 1783.

Original Room at Fraunces' Tavern, Cor. Broad and Pearl Streets, New York, where General Washington Bid Farewell to His Officers on the 4th of December, 1783.


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