Old Bull's Head Tavern on Flatbush Avenue in 1845.
Labon's Inn, 1853. Present Site of Journeay & Burnham on Flatbush Avenue.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Building, Corner Washington and Johnson Streets.
Toll House, Flatbush, 1877.
Junction of Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street.
Flatbush Avenue. Melrose Park on Right.
View of the Heights from the Eagle Tower.
Flatbush Trust Co., Flatbush and Linden Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Wireless Station at Sea Gate
Old Brooklyn Theater, Post Office and Police Station, 1873 -- Present Site of Eagle Building.
Junction, Fulton Street and Dekalb Avenue about 1850.
American Sugar Refining Company, East River, Kent Avenue, Between South First and South Second Streets. The Largest in the World.
First Reformed Church of Brooklyn on Livingston Street in 1835.
Crowd on the Coney Island Bowery.
Old 13th Regiment Armory, Razed to Make Way for the L. I. R. R. Station.
Ansonia Clock Company, 7th and 8th Aves. and 12th and 13th Sts., Largest Clock Factory in the World.
Owl's Head, on the Shore Road.
Crescent Club Boat House, on the Shore Road.