"Manhattan Island North." Northern tip of New York City. Still in its primitive state. Contrast this view with the Battery.
[Tulip Tree as it was in 1929-1930]
I am seeing great things
Named by the Indians "Muscoota Creek." At Inwood Park.
These caves were the homes of the first inhabitants on Manhattan Island. Inwood Park.
[Dyckman Institute Cottage and Tulip Tree.]
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking south.]
[Tulip Tree, Inwood.]
[Emilio Gabriel Diaz by Inwood's tulip tree.]
St. Mark's Church. 2nd Avenue, 10th Street. Erected in 1795, it is the second oldest church building in Manhattan.
Hospital, Bellevue, Blackwell's Island (Welfare) Old & New Bldgs.
[Stable in Inwood Hill Park.]
Bowling Green. Lower Broadway. Oldest park in the city. Here begins Broadway, longest street in the world.
[Old High Bridge Park.]
Oldest and largest Elm tree on Manhattan. 29 Washington Square West, in background , - former home Mrs. F.D.R. Sept 1, 1947.
[Old trees in Madison Square Park.]
[Tree and fenced area in Isham Park.]
[Inwood Hill Park, from upper road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north.]