[Inwood Hill Park-Indian Cave Dwelling.]
The oldest living thing on Manhattan Island, the great tulip tree in Inwood Park. 126 feet high, about 260 years old.
Named by the Indians "Muscoota Creek." At Inwood Park.
"Manhattan Island North." Northern tip of New York City. Still in its primitive state. Contrast this view with the Battery.
[View from the roof of George Ehret's home at Park Avenue and 94th Street.] Looking east by south. Looking east on 94th Street showing 2nd and 3rd Avenue Els. Also Hell Rock. On the right Ehret's brew
Central Park [A. Central Park ; B. Cave in Central Park ; C. Rock Bank Bay.]
[Split Rock, City Island.]
Bronx Park, on Rocking Stone
On the terrace, West Bath Home, Jones Beach.
[Inwood Hill Park, from upper road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north.]
[People riding on indoor slide at Coney Island amusement park.]
[Inwood Hill Park landscape.]