Arrival in New York Bay of the first Canal fleet from Buffalo, October 1825, at the opening of the Erie Canal.
Gov. Clinton pouring into the Bay water drawn from Lake Erie, in token of the Wedding of the Great Lakes...
East Houston Street [Gansevoort Street to Irving Place]
New Home of the Russian Church | Interior of Russian Orthodox Cathedral on East Houston Street. Showing...
Room with murals.
Gov. Clinton and his wife on a canal boat en route to New York from Buffalo, on the occasion of the opening of Erie Canal, October, 1825
Mural Painting by C.V. Hunter. Photo - Gelantine Printing Co. N.Y.
W 42nd St.
View of a portion of Alex Katz's Times Square mural of women's profiles.
N.Y. Custom House Ceiling Designs by Reginald Marsh. [Sketch of the layout of the Custom House murals]
Sketches by Reginald Marsh for the murals in the Rotunda of the United States Custom House, Broadway...
Children's Aid Society, Converted Lot (Formerly Demolished Slum Houses) Outdoor Playground with Supervised Control, Upper West Side.
Real estate office in Spanish Harlem
New Bronx Theatre.
The frieze and mural above the stage at the Bronx Theatre on Melrose Avenue.
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Mural on a ferry.]
[New York World's Fair. Science and Education Building, mural at entrance.]
[Detail of the Venezuelan pavilion, New York World's Fair.]
Ben Zuckerman [residence], 3 East 65th Street.
Walk-Over Shoes, 548 Fifth Avenue.
Residence of William Burden Jr., 10 Gracie Square.
Steinberg's Restaurant, 2270 Broadway.
Theodore C. Wiehe [residence], 145 Central Park West.
Schrafft's, 61 Fifth Avenue.
S. C. Millett Residence, Irvington, N.Y. Entrance hall
Unbound photograph album created circa 1915-1930.
"Castlegould" Port Washington. L.I. Dining room
The Cornell Club, New York N.Y. Club dining room
Possibly at the Madison Avenue and 38th Street site. | Unbound photograph album created circa 1915-1930....
Arthur Curtiss James, Newport R.I.
[Interior, dining room.]
[Interior, an escalator.]
[Church. Interior, rear towards balcony.]
[Theater. Interior, view of stage from balcony.]
[Interior, board room.]
[Interior, possibly a salon.]
[Residence. Interior, parlor.]
Coq Rouge, 65 East 56th Street. Detail of cafe murals.
M.E. Zipser [residence]. Dining room.
Located at 91 Central Park West, NYC.
Parlor in unidentified building.
[Wright Brothers School.]
[The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Harkness.]
[Main mural of Plaza's Oak Bar.]
Mural of the Pulitzer fountain and Grand Army Plaza with rows of alcohol and a cash register in the foreground....