Washington and Johnson Avenues. Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Thirteenth Regiment Armory on Sumner, Jefferson and Putnam Avs.
Ferry House, Foot of Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, in 1850.
Old 13th Regiment Armory, Razed to Make Way for the L. I. R. R. Station.
Brooklyn City Hall, from an Old Print.
Fountain in the Old City Hall Park.
Busy Corner, Broadway and Flushing Avenue
Brooklyn Club, Clinton and Pierrepont Streets.
Packer Collegiate Institute, Joralemon St., Near Clinton.
Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn's Show Street.
Entrance to Dreamland, Coney Island.
The Brooklyn Eagle Building, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The Williamsburgh Bridge, from Broadway, Brooklyn, to Delancey St., Manhattan.
Series I, No. 4.
Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Sixth St., from Seventh to Eighth Ave.
Series 25, No. 149.
Public School No. 1, Concord and Adams Streets.
Series 25, No. 150.
Public School No. 3, Hancock St., Near Bedford Ave.
Series 19, No. 113.
Boys' High School. Marcy and Putnam Avenues.
Series 4, No. 23.
Market Places on Moore Street.
Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange, Montague Street.
Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Eastern Parkway. (Under Construction)
Public School No. 119, Avenue K and East Thirty-Eighth Street.
Simpson M. E. Church, Willoughby and Clermont Aves. Rev. Wm. J. Thompson, Pastor.
Church of Our Lady of Mercy, Debevoise Place, near Dekalb Avenue.
Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse.
Series 40, No. 235.
"Amerika," Hamburg American Line
Series 48, No. 286.
New Giant Twin-Screw S.S. Amerika of the Hamburg-American Line.
Series 2, No. 11.
SS. "Republic," White Star Line
Series 42, No. 249.
"Tunisian," of the Allan State Line.
Series 70, No. 419.
The "Carmania," of the Cunard Line, Largest Turbine Steamship Afloat.
Series 45, No. 270.
Ocean Flyer "Baltic" of the White Star Line.
Series 33, No. 196.
SS. "Moltke" - Hamburg American Line.
Series 44, No. 264.
Steamship "Hamburg," Hamburg-American Line.
Series 77, No. 458.
The "Caronia" of the Cunard Line, One of the Largest Ocean Liners in the World.
Series 15, No. 90.
The East River. Showing Brooklyn and Williamsburgh Bridges.
First Reformed Church of Brooklyn on Livingston Street in 1835.
Series 61, No. 362.
Old Brooklyn Tabernacle.
Series 26, No. 152.
First Presbyterian Church, Henry St., Near Clark.
Series 49, No. 292.
Church of the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian), Monroe Place and Clark Street.
Series 11, No. 63.
Owl's Head, on the Shore Road.
Crescent Club Boat House, on the Shore Road.
Shore Drive Looking North from Ninety-Second Street.
Kings Count Jail, Raymond Street.
Raymond Street was renamed Ashland Place.
County Jail, Raymond Street.
Friends' Burying Ground -- Prospect Park
Farm House, Prospect Park.
Winter Scene in Prospect Park.
"Taking a Hurdle," Prospect Park.
Prospect Park, Battle Pass -- 1776.
Abraham & Straus' Department Store on Fulton Street.
Ansonia Clock Company, 7th and 8th Aves. and 12th and 13th Sts., Largest Clock Factory in the World.
American Sugar Refining Company, East River, Kent Avenue, Between South First and South Second Streets. The Largest in the World.
The Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg.
Toll House, Flatbush, 1877.
The Vechte-Cortelyou House at Gowanus in 1699.
View of the Heights from the Eagle Tower.
Brooklyn Heights and New York Harbor.
The Old Hicks Residence on Hicks Street, One of the Landmarks on the Heights.
Wireless Station at Sea Gate
Montague Street Hill in 1850.