Homestead of Abraham Van Nest
The Van Nest House in Greenwich Village
Oldest and largest Elm tree on Manhattan. 29 Washington Square West, in background , - former home Mrs. F.D.R. Sept 1, 1947.
[House surrounded by trees]
Home of John Barrymore 132 West 4th St. 1950.
[House on Charles Street]
Turnbull's House "Greenwich"
The Last of Greenwich Village
Felix Chandelette's Smithy, Bloomingdale
#3 Washington Square North, Aug 28, 1947.
Gay Street, Greenwich Village
Tom Paine lived in this house
House of Charles Blair Macdonald.
Patchin Place. One time home of John Masefield and Theodore Dreiser.
Grove Court - scene of O. Henry's story "The Last Leaf."
"House of Genuis" 61 Washington Square South. June 26, 1948.