Possibly training for the Auxiliary Fire Corps.
Possibily training for the Auxiliary Fire Corps.
Park Benches - Love is Everywhere [Couple flirting on a fire escape.]
[Children watering a plant on a fire escape.]
West of the Circle [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Probably training for the volunteer fire fighters.
[Fire fighters on a fire escape.]
Rear of Tenement
Boy on Fire Escape with Mattress
Boy on the Fire Escape
Boy and Mattress on Fire Escape
Boy & Mattress on Fire Escape
Boy on Fire Escape above a Littered Lot
Group of Boys in the Back of a Tenement
[Aftermath of a snowstorm.]
Third Avenue El, Houston Street.
Printed around 2014 from a photograph taken in 1976.
An evening or dusk view of Milligan Place.
The Mott Street Barracks.
Laundry hanging out to dry on Clinton Court.
Women and children in an alley where laundry is drying.
A baby carriage parked on Milligan Place.
Pow-Wow on a Rickety Fence.
Pattern, Windows & Fire Escapes, Garment District, N.Y.
[36-38 Oak Street]
Near James Street.
Washtubs hanging off fire escape, Italian neighborhood, E. 103rd or E. 104th Street
[Oldest house standing in New York in 1890]
[Parade, coal delivery wagons (?)]
Deegan Boulevard Photographs - Boring Contract #4 "Test Pits" [Test Pits #4, #5, #8 and #57[?].]
William and Beekman Streets [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]
William St. 1928. Cor. of Beekman St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Eighth Avenue and 46th Street [Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue]
734-738 Eighth Ave. -1920. Below 46th St. Part of the Astor Estate | J. Clarence Davies Street Views...
The Bowery 1970
Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.
[Consumers Book Cooperative, 27 Coenties Slip.]
[Unidentified four-story brick building dated 1870.]
The number of the building is 434.
[Façade of an unidentified apartment complex.]
Likely in Washington Heights, Inwood, or the Bronx.