[Tulip Tree as it was in 1929-1930]
[Dyckman Institute Cottage and Tulip Tree.]
[Mr. and Mrs. Harry Voorhees at their Inwood Hill Pottery]
[Mr. and Mrs. Harry Voorhees at the Inwood Hill Pottery.]
Named by the Indians "Muscoota Creek." At Inwood Park.
[Interior of Inwood Hill Pottery Studio.]
[Inwood Hill Park-Indian Cave Dwelling.]
"Manhattan Island North." Northern tip of New York City. Still in its primitive state. Contrast this view with the Battery.
View Feb. 21, 1931 W. from St. Gabriel's Park-1st Ave. & 35th St.
The oldest living thing on Manhattan Island, the great tulip tree in Inwood Park. 126 feet high, about 260 years old.
[Tulip Tree, Inwood.]
[Inwood Hill Park, lower road looking south.]
[Dinah Goldberg at age 8 with Simon Wolf in "Mamma Come Home" directed by Jacobs.]
[Family by a Christmas tree.]
[Inwood Hill Park, looking north.]
[Inwood Hill Park, from upper road looking east.]
[Inwood Hill Park landscape.]