[Certificate of ownership of pew number 28 in the Presbyterian Church on University Place.]
Laight Street [Jackson Street to Ludlow Street]
Richard Varick has been duly elected and admitted a Member of the Society of the New-York Hospital
[Intersection of Varick Street, Laight Street, and Beach Street.]
46 Varick Street from the corner of Laight Street. St. John's Protestant Episcopal Chapel, showing neighborhood.
Lease for pew #24 in Trinity Church, from William E. Dunscomb to Edward Floyd De Lancey, January 18, 1865
[Deed to Charles Stewart for pew number 59 of St. Paul's Chapel.]
Varick Street, north from Beach Street to Laight Street.
Varick Street and Laight Street [Temple Street to Wall Street]
Monday evening, June 24, 1839, will be acted the highly popular play, founded in fact, written by Miss Charlotte Barnes, entitled "Octavia Brigaldi; or, The Confession"
[Rental of pew number 85 for one year in St. Bartholomew's Church.]
Hudson Street between Beach and Laight Streets [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
The First Patriotic Election in The Beach Street Industrial School - parlor in John Ericsson's old house.
Saturday evening, August 24, will be presented Shakespeare's tragedy of "Othello"
Silas C. Herring & Co. ; P. Trainor
[Rental of pew number 88 for six months in St. Bartholomew's Church.]
[Hudson Street and Laight Street, looking south.]