[Madison Square Garden]
Why Is a Neighbor's Newspaper Always More Attactive Than Your Own?
Reproduced in Life magazine, December 31, 1908.
In the Same Boat
Published in the April 30, 1904 issue of Collier's.
Returning from an Evening Party in Brooklyn
Two studies on the verso; one depicts a quarreling couple and the other is a portrait of a woman.
At a Comedy
Christmas in the Air
[Plan for the Aviation Building.]
[Nelson Rockefeller as a ship of state.]
Lest We Forget.
A Couple Conversing in a Drawing Room
Dead Rabbit Riot 1857, N. Y. The Bowery Boy
Refers to a city-wide gang war on July 4-5, 1857 between the Dead Rabbits and the Bowery Boys,
Swearing Allegiance to Liberty on Entering the Country.
Bucket Brigade to the Man Higher Up.
The Charge of the Four Hundred!
Stock Exchange 10.29 '29.
Broad St. cor. Pearl St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]
Fraunces' Tavern - 1854 | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Bowling Green [Broadway (General) to Broadway and Exchange Place.]
Kennedy Mansion #1 Broadway. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway [Broadway (General) to Broadway and Exchange Place.]
Broadway ca. 1830 #39-41 Bunker Mansion | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway - City Hall Park - Chambers St. [Broadway & City Hall to Broadway & Mail Street]
New York. North end of the City Hall Park, 1825. Pen-and-ink drawing by Williamson. | J. Clarence Davies...
On marble paper.;
Type Plan of Commerical Tenement Houses
Planned to conform to certain tentative ideas in reference to proposed changes in tenement house laws....
Design for the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
Home of Ernest Keyser, west side of 5th Avenue at 51st Street
[The side-wheel steamer New York of the Hudson River Line.]
Two Studies for a Single Dwelling, Facing East, Central Park, 8th Av.
Site of the Winter Garden, 1868.
On the Hopper Farm, 50th St. and Broadway.
Myrtle Ave & Harman St. Brooklyn N.Y. Myrtle Amusement Co. Managers.
Bowery. Rockaway Beach L.I. N.Y. Patrick H. Morrison Manager.;
Dekalb Avenue near Broadway. Brooklyn N.Y.
Hudson Theatre & Hudson Apartments
So. College near Liberty Sts. Schenectady N.Y.;
Our Home [Plan of Dumas residence.]
105 W. 98th St. bet. Columbus & Amsterdam Ave.;
B. F. Keith's Royal Theatre
Bronx, New York. High Class Vaudeville. B. F. Keith's New York Theatres Co. Owners. Royal Operating Co....
Loew's Hillside Theatre
Sutphin Boulevard & Jamaica Ave. Jamaica L.I. N.Y.;
Mark Strand Theatre
Central & Cornaga Aves. Far Rockaway N.Y. Opened Tues. Oct. 21, 1919 - Capacity 2,000. Mark Realty Corporation...
B. S. Moss Flatbush Theatre
Church Ave. near Flatbush. Brooklyn N.Y. Operated by the Greater New York Vaudeville Theatres Corp. B....
Loew's Premier Theatre
Premier Palace Ballroom. Sutter Ave. & Hinsdale St. Brooklyn N.Y. Brownsville Section.
West 52nd St. bet. Broadway & 8th Ave. New York N.Y. The O'Day Construction Co. Builder. Herbert J. Krapp...
Jolson's 59th Street Theatre
7th Ave. & 59th [58th] St. New York N.Y. Trebuhs Realty Co. Inc. Owners. Winter Garden Co. Lessees &...
Formerly Standard Theatre. Opened Sept. 7 1914. Broadway & W. 90th St. New York N.Y.;
Annex Theatre and Odeon Theatre
145th St. East of 8th Ave. New York. The Odeon Theatre Co. Lessees. The 145th St. Theatre Co. Owners.;...
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....
W. 35th St. bet. 6th & 5th Ave. New York N.Y. Opened Dec. 29, 1890 - Harrigan's Theatre. Garrick Theatre....
Hammerstein's Victoria Theatre
Paradise Roof Garden. 42nd St. - Broadway & 7th Ave. New York. Capacity 950 - Opened March 2, 1899 -...
The Town Hall
W. 43rd St. near 6th Ave. New York N.Y. Opened Dec. 1920.;
Royale Theatre and Theatre Masque
W. 45th St. near Broadway. New York N.Y. H. Krapp Architect.;
"Home of Burlesque De Luxe." N.Y. Times. 7th Ave. - Broadway & 47th St. New York. Wm. H. McElfatrick...
49th St. Theatre
Opened Mon. Dec. 26, 1921. W. 49th St. Bet. Broadway & 8th Ave. New York N.Y. Lee & J. J. Shubert Lessee...
The Neighborhood Playhouse
466 Grand St. near Pitt St., New York N.Y.;
Fox Dewey Theatre
Formerly a church - opened as a theatre - Sept. 9, 1898. Torn down 1915. William Fox First Theatre. New...
Little Playhouse, Westchester Biltmore Theatre and Bramhall Playhouse/Davenport Theatre
Formerly City Opera House, Proctor's Bijou Dream, Proctor's Theatre. S. 4th Ave. & W. First St. Mt. Vernon...
Myrtle Ave. near Madison. Ridgewood - Brooklyn N.Y.;
Brooklyn Paramount Theatre
Flatbush Ave. Ext. & Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn N.Y. Publix Theatres Corp.
New Clinton Theatre
Capacity 1600. Opened Fri. Jan. 31, 1919. Clinton St., bet. Delancy & Rivington Sts. New York.
Loew's Sheridan Theatre
W. 12th St. Greenwich & 7th Aves., New York N.Y. Opened Sat. Sept. 17, 1921. The Sheridan Theatre Co....
Formerly Watson's Cozy Theatre, Nassau Theatre, Family Theatre. Torn down 1925. Willoughby St. near Borough...
Loew's Melba Theatre and Halsey Theatre
Formerly Keeney's. Livingston St. opp. Hanover Place. Brooklyn N.Y. | Halsey St. near Broadway.;
Loew's Pitkin Theatre
Pitkin & Saratoga Aves. Brooklyn N.Y. Opened Sat. Nov. 23 1929.