Orchard Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
"There was a carnival aspect about the Old East Side" - Orchard Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views...
Stanton Street and Columbia Street [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]
A famous New York inn, the Columbia House, which in 1861 stood on Stanton Street | J. Clarence Davies...
Ludlow Street Jail, exterior
[New London Northern Railroad Connections.]
[Fire at Pechters Bakery.]
[Fire station for Hose Company 22.]
[Cat on stairs.]
[East from Tribune Building.]
[Lower East Side.]
[44 Pine Street.]
[7 Pine Street.]
[South of Jackson Street.]
Map of Property Belonging to Francis W. Ford and Mary C. Hoffman
New York, February 5th 1881, Surveyed in Posession by Amerman & Ford, City Surveyors, 8 James Street,...
A Map of Three Distinct Prcels of Valuable and Improved Property Situated in the 7th, 11th, and 13th Wards of the City of New York
To be sold at auction at the Merchants Exchange on the 1st day of August next at 12'Clock by W. F. Pell...
View of Baxter (Late Orange St.) Betw. Hester & Grand St.
F. von Bardeleben, New York & Germany.
The Ghetto, New York.
Lower East Side 1, Manhattan
October 30, 2012
Map of the Sixth Ward in the City of New York
Area from Bowery to Broadway between Chatham Street and Walker and Canal Streets, divided into four zones....
This actual map and comparative plans showing 88 years growth of the City of New York is inscribed to the citizens by the proprietor, David Longworth
The Guide through the city of New-York is Longworth's explanatory map and plan. | Includes street index...
Chrystie & Stanton Sts. Feb. 10 1912
[Fire truck in front of East River Fire Company No. 17.]
Wm. H. Rich & Son, Umbrellas.
The corner of Broadway and Franklin Street showing the Wm. H. Rich & Son umbrella store at 362 Broadway....
Pretzel Woman, Hester Street
[Man with pipe]
Orchard Street [with pushcart vendors]
[Street market, Lower East Side]
Push Carts, Hester Street
[Buildings towering over an elevated rail line]
Bread Woman, Hester Street
[Two elderly women]
[Market lined street, Lower East Side]
[Man examining merchandise, street hat vendor]
[Woman in a head scarf at a street vending stall, a sign reads "7 cents"]
[Beverage cart vendor with man filling jugs]
[Elderly woman in shawl and glasses]
[Smiling woman in apron]
[Woman in an apron at a street vending stall]
[Close up view of an elderly woman wearing a scarf]
[Bearded man in cap at street market]
[Close-up of hatless man at street market, side view]
[Hatless man at street market, side view]
Bunks in a Seven-Cent Lodging House, Pell Street
Night in Gotham Court.
Sleeping lodgers or residents on the floor of a Gotham Court tenement.
Upstairs in Blindman's Alley.
Three men and a woman seated in a small room, tea kettle on the stove.
A Mulberry Bend Alley.
Knickerbocker Village, NYC.
Grand Street Settlement House, Learning to be American Citizens.
Pitt Street Tenements, Pitt and Rivington Streets.
Old Italian Napping with His Dogs, Delancey and Allen Streets.
Raising Pigeons on Rooftops, Lower East Side.
Raising Pigeons on Rooftops, Lower East Side, Madison Street Between Jefferson and Rutgers Streets.
Street Playing, Monroe and Pelham Streets.