[ 11 Reade Street between Elm St and Broadway.]
Possibly the location of Aarron Burr's law office.
The Lower Arsenal
Pearl Street and Elm Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
Old Houses Corner Pearl & Elm St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
[Fire engine on Chambers Street, between Elk Street and Broadway.]
[280 Broadway, detail of upper stories on Chambers Street façade.]
Originally A.T. Stewart Dry Goods Store, onetime Sun Building, now NYC Department of Buildings Offices....
[Chambers Street façade of 280 Broadway.]
[Ornamental lampposts, Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers Street.]
Originally the Hall of Records.
31 Chambers Street. New York City Hall of Records. Showing cleaning building by steam
New York Iron Foundry, Printing Press & Saw Manufactory, H. Worrall & Co.
No. 22, 24, 26, & 28 Elm St. between Pearl and Duane.
Court Square Building
[Northern façade of the Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers Street.]
["New York in Revolutionary Times" granite group on façade of Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers Street.]
["New York in Its Infancy" granite group on façade of Surrogate's Court, 31 Chambers Street.]
[Surrogate's Court, originally Hall of Records, 31 Chambers Street.]
[Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank building, 51 Chambers Street.]
The building was purchased by New York City and is now used for government offices.
30 Reade Street. R. G. Dunn Company Annex