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Map showing the original Topography of the site of Central Park with a Diagram of Roads and Walks now under construction.
[Henry Hudson Bridge.]
[High Bridge, view from Washington Bridge.]
John B. Stetson Company, 475 Fifth Avenue.
High Bridge, Rebuilt, Harlem River
Untitled [In front of a home furnishings store]
Oyster Market Near Christopher Street
New York Hotel, Broadway, 1867
Bowling Green and State Street, 1880
Wall Street in 1883
The Tontine Coffee House, Wall & Water Streets, About 1797
La Grange Terrace - La Fayette Place.
[Street scene, with Grace Church.]
[Friends Meeting House]
[Dusk, William Street, New York]
[Manhattan -- The City of Towers]
[Radio City Excavation]
[Tug at Battery]
Broadway from Bowling Green
"The Flat Iron"
Wall Street 1788
South Street 1835
Broadway Bridge 1870
Fort Jay at Governor's Island
Maps -- Shewing the Residence of Thomas Paine before, and at his death - 18th June 1809 - at Greenwich in the City of New York and also the House where he lived and the Site of the Building in which h
[Fall River Line Pier and Lower Manhattan]
[New York Harbor]
The Crystal Palace.
Old New York. The Bouwery.
A Map of Common Lands between the three and six milestones, belonging to the Corporation of the City of New York.
Map of the City of New York showing original high water line and the location of the different Farms and Estates.
Plan of the Central Park, City of New York, 1860.
N. Y. City -- Battery to 69th Street
[Map of the Jumel Estate from 164th Street to High Bridge Park between Edgecomb Road and 10th Avenue]
New - York City, County and Vicinity
Plan of the City of New-York, drawn from actual survey.
Map of the original grants of village lots from the Dutch West India Company to the inhabitants of New-Amsterdam (now New-York) lying below the present line of Wall Street.
Map of the City of New York with the latest Improvments.
A Plan of the City and Environs of New York as they were in the years 1742, 1743 and 1744. Drawn by D.G. in the 76th year of his age who had at this time a perfect & correct recollection of every part
[8th Street and 4th Avenue, showing Bible House]
[3rd Avenue Car Barn]
[Aerial view of Lower Manhattan.]