Named by the Indians "Muscoota Creek." At Inwood Park.
[Tulip Tree as it was in 1929-1930]
The oldest living thing on Manhattan Island, the great tulip tree in Inwood Park. 126 feet high, about 260 years old.
The Aquarium. Battery Park. In 1805 it was Ft. Clinton. Immigrant station 1885. Visited yearly by 2 million people.
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north.]
Battery Park & B'way North
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking north.]
[Battery Park facing north.]
View of New York (from Staten Island)
These caves were the homes of the first inhabitants on Manhattan Island. Inwood Park.
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking south.]
[Tulip Tree, Inwood.]
[Dyckman Institute Cottage and Tulip Tree.]
[Emilio Gabriel Diaz by Inwood's tulip tree.]
Broadway Series. View looking north from 215th Street. Garages at left. In the distance is the subway, where it leaves 10th Ave, elevated, and once more meets Broadway, to continue there on to 242nd S
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north up hill from upper road at south end of M.(?) Donald House ]
Battery Park Looking North, New York City.