[Unidentified trade card.]
Possibly Magnificent Engraving, 31-32 Carmine Street. | Francis E. Brownell the avenger of Col. Ellsworth....
I am quite well.
Letter follows at first opportunity. Sent from Lawrence H. Boyle on December 1, 1917 to Miss Ruth W....
I Have Arrived Safely Overseas.
From Lawrence H. Boyle to Miss Ruth W. Wardwell.
[Newly commissioned officers at Corps headquarters.]
[Soldiers marching in a parade.]
Coln. Pluck's Toast at Morse's Hotel, New York 1826
Coln. Pluck Mounted on the Ecplise Colt!!! presented to him by Coln. Stone & Mjo: Noah!!!!
Second Red Cross War Fund
The Minute Men of To-Day Are Going to Plattsburgh
Can You Drive a Car? Will You Drive One in France? Immediate Service at the Front!
American Field Service | 40 State Street, Boston
Uz Slovenskovstava Puta Si Strhava
[Slovakia is Rising, Tearing Down Its Fetters]
Remember the Bond
Put Strength in the Final Blow
Buy War Bonds
Buy Victory Bonds
"If ye break faith - we shall not sleep"
The American Ambulance in Russia
This is the Only American Ambulance | Now Saving Lives in Russia
Helft uns fiegen
[Soldiers lined up for a ceremony.]
[Corporal James P. Barber.]
De Dark Town Musketeers
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
New York, 23rd Regt. Band.
Float - Exploit of Marinus Willet
Printed on verso: Exploit of Marinus Willet - When the / British troops withdrew from their barracks...
Photography - Everyone is Taking Pictures [Soldier taking a photograph.]
Photography - Everyone is Taking Pictures [Woman and a soldier having their photograph taken.]
Photography - Everyone is Taking Pictures [Woman posing for a photograph.]
People Mugging [Man walking down the street.]
L'Entré Triumphale de Troupes Royales a Nouvelle Yorck
Collection des Prospects. Gravé par Francois Xav. Habermann.
Palisades Amusement Park [Man and woman in the amusement park.]
Alexander Hamilton as a Soldier
Castle William, Governors Island, N.Y. Entrance detail II.
With four uniformed officers and cannonballs.
Tableau Vivant 1897.
A tableau vivant of a Roman scene.
[Troops in Van Cortlandt Park.]
Troops marching in a field, possibly the Parade Ground, in Van Cortlandt Park. They are in uniform and...
Soldiers in uniform marching behind two soldiers on horseback, probably at the Parade Ground in Van Cortlandt...
[World War I uniforms.]
Two soldiers in uniform standing on a dirt road.
[Statue of William T. Sherman at Grand Army Plaza.]
The Statue of William T. Sherman in Grand Army Plaza at 5th Ave. and 59th St.
West Point, Prince L. of B.
Soldiers lined up for inspection for the visit of Prince Louis of Battenburg.
Boh Do Krivdy Hromom A Junak Gulami
Blood or Bread
Others are giving their blood | You will shorten the war - | save life if you eat only what | you need...
Italy Defending Freedom and Art
How to Help Our Brave Ally: Speak Well of Italy's Great Service in the War | Hang Out the Italian Flag...
The Arch of Freedom
Help Build a Permanent Memorial to Our Boys Who Made the Great Sacrifice
Feed Our Fighters
Buy Liberty Bonds to your Utmost
You Who Are Not Called Upon to Die - Subscribe to the Fourth Liberty Loan
Pvt. Treptow's Pledge. He had almost reached his goal when a machine gun dropped him. In a pocket of...
"Fort Lee for Mine."
William Street [Weehawken Street to Worth Street]
Golden Hill Inn. No. 24 William, near John. Constructed in 1756. The bricks used in it were brought from...
Canal Street [Broome Street through Central Park]
Embarkation of the Fire Zouves on Board the Baltic, April 29th, 1861, Foot of Spring and Canal Streets....
Central Park & McGown's Pass [Central Park]
View from Fort Fish at McGown's Pass. Looking toward Harlem. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook...
Gate at McGowan's Pass, 1814; McGowan's Pass, Harlem Heights | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook...
[John Cockerill with an unidentified man.]
Photograph by Taber 121 Post Street, San Francisco.
[John Daniel Ramey.]
Drawn for the New Yorker.
[Sergeant George J. Hall.]
[Robert D. Maxwell.]
L. P. di Cesnola
Director of the Metropolitan Museum 1879-1904.
L. P. di Cesnola
Steven Van Rensselaer
Entered according to act of Congress in the Year 1855 by James Herring in the Clerks Office of the District...
[John Cockerill .]
[John A. Cockerill.]
Photograph by Weismantel Portraits 242 Fourth Avenue.