Broadway, New-York, 1836
Broadway, New-York. Showing each Building from the Hygeian Depot corner of Canal Street, to beyond Niblo's Garden.
St. Thomas' Church, Broadway.
Broadway and Canal Street [Broadway & Murray to Broadway & Canal Street]
Tonight and every night, will be presented the grand, spectacular drama by Dion Boucicault and E. H. House, Esq., "Arrah-Na-Pogue"
Last nights of the grand spectacular drama by Dion Boucicault and E. H. House, Esq., "Arrah-Na-Pogue"
St. Thomas' Church, Broadway
Broadway and Broome Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street.]
Broadway and Spring Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street.]
Grand Street and Broadway [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
The Pyne and Harrison Company in "Maritana", Friday, June 8, 1855
Thursday, October 11, 1855, readings by Mlle. Rachel and members of her company
Broadway and Prince Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street.]
S. Thalberg's third concert, Thursday, November 13, 1856, at Niblo's Saloon
[Spring Street and Broadway.]
Broadway, at Canal Street, about 1834. (Niblo's Garden in the Distance.)
75 Varick Street. Holland Plaza Building
Friday evening, August 29, 1862, will be presented the laughable pantomime of "The Magic Trumpet" with new tricks, scenery, transformations and fireworks
Mr. J. H. Wallack's original American equestrian drama in six acts and eight tableaux, entitled "The Bandit King"