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National Cash Register Company, Associated Press Building, Rockefeller Center.
Frank Shattuck and Company (Schraffts), 15 West 34th Street.
Midtown Through Mist from Queensboro Bridge
[Mounted photograph for signs]
New York Botanical Garden in daffodil time
Pan American World Airways' plane on runway bridge over the automobile road at Idlewild, the New York International Airport
United Nations Building
New York skyline
Civil Aeronautics Building, Idlewild Airport
Scene on Ninth Avenue.
Scene at Washington Market.
[Photograph of the Museum of the City of New York]
From Empire State To Chrysler Building & Queensboro Bridge with shadow of Empire State
Looking towards Empire State from 41st Story - Continental Building
From foot of 32nd Street, East River, to Chrysler -- Barge in foreground
[Midtown skyline from Brooklyn]
Looking Down Sutton Place to Queensboro Bridge
Empire State from MacDougal Street
Fifth Avenue Buildings and Lake, Central Park
Central Park West Building between two trees
59th Street Buildings over Lake
Financial District from Pier 6 East River
Financial District over Barges at Pier 6 - East River
Barges at Pier 6 East River
From Chrysler Building looking North
From the Chrysler Building looking Northeast
From Chrysler Building looking South
From Chrysler Building Daily News Building East River
42nd Street from Tudor City
Financial District from Pier 11
Looking Down 5th Avenue at 63rd Street
Sherman Statue & Plaza
Bolivar Statue & Central Park West
Lower Manhattan from Governors Island
Vista under elevated railroad at Coenties Slip
View looking S.W. from out on Pier 11
Cities Service Building from Seamen's Church Institute
West Wall South
59th Street Buildings over Fountain in Central Park
[Facing west towards Central Park West and 72nd Street]
[Central Park Lake to Central Park West]
[Facing south over the Central Park Lake to Midtown Manhattan]
Buildings over Parking Space on West Sts.
The Old and the new from Battery Park