Union or "Red" Square from 14th Street. A parade of radicals surrounds the park.
General Washington. Situated in Union Square. Unveiled July 4, 1856. The first equestrian statue to be erected in N.Y. since the destruction of George III, in Bowling Green.
Untitled [Men at political discussion Meeting (Anarchists? Socialists?), Union Square]
Communists in Union Square.
[Scenes of protests and street life around Union Square.]
From the 41st floor of a skyscraper at 41st Street and Madison Avenue. Looking south. Statue of Liberty in distance.
Making a purchase of fish from a[n] East Side pushcart.
The last stand of the antique carriages of the "Golden Nineties", a strange sight among New York's smart motor traffic.
No lecture is complete without at least one view of the photographer. Here he is trying to imitate Ruth St. Denis in the "Dance of Spring." One mis-step and his insurance takes effect.
[USS Recruit in Union Square.]
Sailing time, the whistle blows and the great ship is off for foreign lands.
[George Washington statue in Union Square.]
Night- when tired New Yorkers seek the pleasures of the many theatres, night clubs and restaurants to forget the cares of the day.
And so with this view - we bid good-bye to the world's greatest city.
[Crowd in Union Square.]
Jewish cemetery at Bowery near Chatham Square. First Jewish cemetery in the U.S. 1656.
[Men gathered in Union Square.]