[Post Office on Nassau Street.]
Gillender Building, New York.
Pacent Electric Co., Inc.
Electrical, radio and laboratory equipment. 150 Nassau Street, New York.
J. H. Richardson, Wood Engraver
105 Nassau Street, corner of Ann Street, New York.
B. W. Raper, Embosser
33 1/2 Ann Street, New York.
Wall Street [Wall Street to Waverly Place]
City Hall, site of the present Sub-Treasury Bldg. N.E. corner of Wall & Nassau Sts. | J. Clarence Davies...
[Intersection of Wall, Nassau and Broad Streets.]
[Mutual Life Building.]
[Wall paper panel for sale, New York Post Office.]
[Nassau Street and Wall Street.]
Improvements in Ann and Nassau Streets, New York
Davis D. And.
Produced for the Society of Iconophiles.
North Interior View of the New York Post Office
Printing House Square and New York Times Building.
The New York Times Building and the Tribune Building on Park Row and Nassau Street (known as Printing...
Federal Hall National Memorial.
Formerly the Custom House (1842-1862) then the U.S. Sub-Treasury building (1862-1925), with the statue...
Treasury Building [with carriages in front]
U.S. Treasury Building, Wall and Nassau Streets
International Art Publishing Co. (Sample Room) (1907) 150 Nassau R. 1616 (International Art Pub. Co. (Std) 3 Waverley Pl.
The sample room of International Art Publishing Co. shows a long narrow room with tables in the center...
Wall Street corner Nassau Street. Gillender Building.
Hymns to be sung by the children at the Anniversary of the Sabbath School Union of the Reformed Dutch Church
May, 1832 in the Middle Dutch Church.
To Commemorate the Opening of the Building of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York
New York, November 11, 1902. In honor of the guests who attended the dedicatory ceremonies on the opening...
Memento of Gould Estate Auction
Awarded to Gould Realty Co. for the best new building erected in the Fifth Avenue District in the year...
City Hall, Wall St. N.Y.
Erected in 1700, demolished 1812. A British prison during the Revolution. No. 2, Aug. B. Sage's historical...
First Civic Ball of the Independent Guard
January 14, 1847
New-York, March 12, 1793. Theatre. By the Old American Company, a comedy called "More Ways Than One", Wednesday evening, March 13
To which will be added, a grand pantomimical ballet, (never performed here), in two parts, called "Don...
For the benefit of Mr. Marriott, a tragedy, translated from the German of M. Schiller, "The Robbers", Wednesday evening, May 13
In Act 5th, a representation of a castle besieged. In the course of the evening, the following entertainments,...
New-York, January 25, 1794. Theatre. By the Old American Company, a comedy, "The West Indian", Monday evening, January 27
To which will be added a farce, "Who's the Dupe". Places in boxes may be taken of Mr. Faulkner, at the...
Literary Exercises in Commemoration of the Inauguration of George Washington as the First President of the United States
This ticket entitles Mr. John C. Dalton to a place on the platform at the Sub Treasury Building. April...
Literary Exercises at the Sub-Treasury Building, in commemoration of the Inauguration of George Washington as First President of the United States
April 30, 1889
Fancy & Windsor Chair Manufactory, Wholesale & Retail
Thomas Ash, No. 33 John Street, New York.
C. L. Schember
Newspaper printer. 96 Nassau Street, New York. | Farmer, Livermore & Co., Providence, R.I.
J. B. Porcher
Merchant taylor, has always on hand an assortment of cloths, cassimeres &c. 147 Fulton Street, New York....
Christian G. Gunther, Importer of All Kinds of European Furs
Fancy fur store, No. 46 Maiden Lane, New York.
Printed with Wade's Letter-Press Inks, Manufactured by H.D. Wade & Co.
Office and depot, 50 Ann Street, New York.
Philip Carr, Paper Warehouse
No. 16 Spruce Street, New York.
Importer and manufacturer of gentlemen's fine furnishings. English bicycle hose, dozen, half dozen or...
Read's Grand Duchess Cologne
W. H. Read, 138 Fulton Street, New York.
50 Nassau Street, New York. Dealer in fancy cards.
Wm. J. Suttie, Optician
Manufacturer of eye glasses and spectacles, in gold, silver, steel and shell. Also, fine jewelry, No....
S. Grundy, Seedsman & Florist
Formerly G. C. Thorburn and S. Grundy. 20 Nassau Street, opposite the New-Dutch Church, New York.
Hanover Fire Insurance Co.
No. 40 Nassau Street, New York.
United States Life Insurance Co.
No. 40 Wall Street, New York. | Perris & Browne, Manufacturers, 172 Fulton Street, New York.
Griswold & Shipman
Special messengers between New-York and Philadelphia, leave each city daily, Sundays excepted. Leave...
Benjamin S. Peck, Real Estate and Insurance
132 Nassau Street, Vanderbilt Building, Room 31.
Robert Chapman & Co.
Copper plate printers, 123 Fulton Street, 4th story, New York.
Ira Perego, Importer & Manufacturer of Gentlmens Fine Furnishing Goods
128-130 Fulton Street and 87 Nassau Street, New York.
No. 118 Fulton, between Nassau and Dutch Streets.
M. Howes, Attorney and Counsellor at Law
78 Nassau Street, New York. Notary public.
86 Nassau Street, New York.
Unveiling of the Statue of George Washington
November 26, 1883. Admit Bearer to Sub-Treasury.
Literary Exercises in Commemoration of the Inauguration of George Washington as First President of the United States
This ticket entitles Mr. Edward J. Dunphy to a place on the platform at the Sub-Treasury Building. April...
[Certificate of membership to the New-York Society Library.]
Issued to James H. Roosevelt on August 10, 1830.
This ticket entitles Mr. Hon. Joseph Blumenthal to a place on the platform at the Sub Treasury Building....
Beekman St. [Baxter Street to Broad Street.]
Clinton Hotel. Previously known as Clinton Hall. Beekman St. s.w. cor. Nassau | J. Clarence Davies Street...