[In front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
[Two dogs sparring at Finnegan's corner grocery.]
[Accident in front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
Finnegan's Corner Grocery or Keeping Solid With the Gang.
[Goat drinking baby's bottle in front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
[A man's attempt to become a farmer.]
A Modern Elopement in the Time of the Bicycle
[Man trying to reach for a bottle of Sanford's Ginger.]
A Very Warm Corner.
Fight with the rock boys on the 7th Avenue. 1844 ; Mr. Sands was indignant at being taken for my father
Jim Emmet threw a pack of fire crackers under the dog cart ; Jim's politeness saves me from the wrath of my dad.
A Jolly Jumper
[Man pulling up a rock.]
A trot with modern improvements.
Wanted a vehicle for the obese.
Mr. & Mrs. Tenafly's Tin Wedding
Fifteenth Annual Banquet of New York City Hotel Association. Delmonico's Jan'y 11th 1894.
"That Berhnheim's an anglophile if I ever saw one."
[Cleaning woman surprised by small man leaving computer by a hatch door.]
Return from a gunning tramp. Wet boots had to come off.