Peter Stuyvesant, the fourth and most famous of the Dutch Governor - Generals was appointed in 1647. It was his lot to be obliged to surrender New Netherland to the English in 1664.
[Statue of Petrus Stuyvesant.]
Third Avenue and 13th Street [First Avenue to Third Avenue]
[King's Bridge Tablet.]
Account book of Peter Elting (Petrus Eltinge)
Cherry Street, once a cherry orchard. At right stood the first White House, occupied by Washington for a short time.
Sketches of Peter Stuyvesant and His Clothes
A South Prospect of Ye Flourishing City of New-York in the Province of New York, North America
Ships, Holland America Line, S.S. "New Amsterdam."
Police Work. The drug pusher showed his knife wounds from past battles, "I'm still alive," he said. "You can never have enough fire power," the officer said.; New York City, 1978
Police Work. "We're going to pick up a murder suspect," the officer said as he put on a bulletproof vest.
[Declaration of the West India Company acknowledging the sale of the Company's farm on Manhattan Island to Jan Jansz Damen on behalf of Petrus Stuyvesant.]
"Isn't he cute?" she said. Police Work
Wallack's, corner of Broadway and 13th Street. Opening of the new theater. Tonight, a new comedy by Tom Taylor in three acts, entitled "The New President"
Peter Arno [Arno eating a meal in his kitchen.]