Worth Street - Five Points [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]
The Old Brewery, New York. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
The Falls of Niagara.
"From the Canada side." | Painted by B. Hess.
Twenty First Annual Fair. Castle Garden
New York. October 1848. Sketched by C. Parsons. Printed and Published at the Fair by WM Endicott & Co....
The Great Ocean Yacht Race.
Between the Henrietta, Fleetwing & Vesta. The "good bye" to the yacht club steamer "River Queen," 4 miles...
The skating pond.
Clipper Ship Dreadnought Off Tuskar Light
D. McFarlane Pinxt.
"Hove To" For a Pilot.
Sketched by J. Smith & Son, Brooklyn, L.I.
Clipper Ship "Racer."
Clipper Ship "Dreadnought."
Off Sandy Hook February 23d. 1854. Nineteen days from Liverpool.
The Rail Road Suspension Bridge. Near Niagara Falls
John A. Roebling, Esq., Engineer. C. Pasons, Del. ;
The Life of a Fireman.
The new era. Steam and Muscle.
The Express Train.
American Field Sports.
Howard Hotel, Broadway, New York
Corner of Maiden Lane. By Thomas & White.;
"On a Point."
"A chance for both barrels"
Wreck of the U.S.M. Steam Ship "Arctic."
Off Cape Race Wednesday September 27th 1854. | From a sketch by James Smith of Jackson, Miss. A passenger...
Brook Trout Fishing.
"An Anxious Moment"
The Iron Steam Ship "Great Eastern" 22,500 Tons.
Constructed under the direction of I. K. Brunel, F.R.S. - D.C.L.
American Winter Sports.
Trout fishing on "Chateaugay Lake" (Franklin Co. N.Y.)
The Skating Pond.
Clipper Ship "Comet" of New York
In a hurricane off Bermuda, on her voyage from New York to San Francisco, Octr. 1852.
Clipper Ship "Ocean Express."
Outward bound, "discharging the pilot." | Sketched by J. Smith & Son, Brooklyn. L.I.
An Interior View of the Crystal Palace.
C. Parsons del. and lith. Printed by Endicott & Co. N.Y. New York, Published by Geo. S. Appleton , 356...
The Home of the Deer.
Morning in the Adirondacks.
The Rail Road Suspension Bridge.
Near Niagara Falls. Length of Bridge 822 feet. Height above Water 240 feet.
Clipper Ship "Nightingale."
Getting under weigh off Battery, New York.