[1480 Bergen Avenue.]
[149 Bergen Avenue.]
[Bergen Avenue and 148th Street.]
[Bergen Avenue and 149th Street.]
[Bergen Avenue and 147th Street, construction of El Road.]
[General Franz Sigel's funeral in the Bronx.]
[Funeral of General Franz Sigel.]
View from South Melrose.
Looking South, Mott Haven, Harlem, Mount Morris & Yorkville in the distance. J. L. Magee, 34, Mott St....
East 148th Street and Courtlandt Avenue. Provident Loan Society of New York.
[Report of Sylvan Katz.]
Issued by Public School No. 25 in the Bronx in September 1907.
New York Public Library.
Woodstock Library. 761 East 160th Street.
[View of Melrose from Westchester Avenue and Cauldwell Avenue.]
[Bergen Avenue and 148th Street, looking south to Willis Avenue.]
[Forest Avenue and 153rd Street.]
[Forest Avenue and 151st Street.]
[Forest Avenue north of 153rd Street.]
[East 157th Street near Forest Avenue.]
[East 158th Street and Forest Avenue.]
[East 151st Street near Forest Avenue.]
[East 157th Street to Forest Avenue.]
[East 152nd Street to Forest Avenue.]
[East 152nd Steret to Forest Avenue.]
[East 151st Street from Forest Avenue.]
With a sign for Matthew's Model Homes.
United War Work Campaign
November 21, 1918
United War Work Campaign, Inc.
Bronx Division. Organization as of November 6, 1918
View of Melrose and Surroundings, taken from Ursuline Convent, Westchester Co., N.Y., 1868.
The smallest building in N.Y. City in the Bronx, 3 feet wide and 17 feet long, erected in 1897. The hospital is beneath the sidewalk. Situated 161st Street - Melrose Avenue.
Melrose Station, N.Y. Central R.R. 3085904.
Melrose Station, N.Y. Central R.R. 3085903.
149th Street and Morris Avenue.
Image from Transit System Survey.
New Bronx Theatre.
The frieze and mural above the stage at the Bronx Theatre on Melrose Avenue.
Park Avenue and 159th Street. Engine House Number 71.
[Testimonial to punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]
Awarded to C. W. Stoughton by Grammar School No. 62 on November 19, 1875. William B. Silber, Principal....
Record of Stoughton, Wm. [William Stoughton], a pupil of Class B, Grade 4th
Issued by Grammar School No. 62, Grammar Department, for the month of March, 1874. William B. Silber,...
The Bronx Board of Trade. Welcome Home to Maj.-Gen. John F. O'Ryan 27th Division, U.S.A.
March 27, 1919. At Ebling's Casino
162nd Street and Morris Avenue. Branch Library
Front Elevation of the Bronx Borough Courthouse
9285401. 3rd Ave. "L" S.W. from 161st. Station.
Bird's Eye View of that Portion of the 23rd and 24th Wards of the City of New York, lying west of the N.Y. and Harlem Railroad, and of the Grand Boulevard & Concourse, 1897
Connects Manhattan with the park system north of Harlem.
3rd Avenue and 150th Street. McCrorey Building [McCrorey & Sons 5 and 10-cent Store on the ground floor].
[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and accurate scholarship.]
Awarded to Willie Stoughton by School No. 62 in January. William B. Silber, Principal.
Awarded to William Stoughton by Grammar School No. 62 in March 1874. William B. Silber, Principal.
"Sweet 16" Party, 3rd Ave. and approx. 150th St., South Bronx
B. F. Keith's Royal Theatre
Bronx, New York. High Class Vaudeville. B. F. Keith's New York Theatres Co. Owners. Royal Operating Co....
Prospect Theatre and Loew's Victory Theatre
Prospect & Westchester Aves. New York N.Y. | Miner's in the Bronx. Formerly Miner's. 3rd Ave. near E....
Formerly New Bronx Theatre. Opened Nov. 1, 1909. Melrose Ave. & E. 150th St. New York N.Y.;
East 156th Street and Brook Avenue. Kingan Provision Company. Interior, refrigerator room
Brook Avenue and Third Avenue. Magistrates court, 6th District