Madison Avenue. Looking north from 36th Street. West side of street as the city was widening the avenue. This block is opposite the J.P. Morgan home. Many prominent New Yorkers lived here in the early
Madison Avenue, south from 36th Street.
Madison Avenue, N.Y. This picture was taken May 25, 1924. It shows the row of "brown-stone-fronts" that stood on the west side of Madison Avenue between 35th and 36th Streets. The old N.Y. families wh
Looking north from corner of 36th Street showing east side of the street. No. 39 on corner at right.
[Unidentified brownstones. Possibly 36th Street and Madison Avenue.]
[Madison Avenue at 36th Street.]
[East Side of Fifth Ave. from 36th to 35th Sts.]
Park Avenue looking south from 36th Street.
Madison Avenue from 35th Street.
[West side of Madison Avenue, looking north from corner of 35th Street.]
Broadway Series. Park Avenue. Looking south from 36th showing west side of street.
[Architectural rendering of 200 Madison Avenue, near 35th Street.]
[5th Avenue between 35th and 36th Streets.]
[West Side of Fifth Ave. from 35th to 36th Sts.]
West 12th Street. N.Y., taken from corner of Greenwich looking east. (north side of street.) (Nos. 229 to 211)
[Madison Avenue and 36th Street.]