U. S. Ship of the Line in a Gale.
U. S. Sloop of War Albany, 22 Guns.
The Heroine of the Lighthouse.
Pilot Boat in a Storm.
An Ocean Steamer in a Heavy Gale.
A Squall Off Cape Horn.
Horses in a Thunderstorm.
Storm at Sunset, East River N. Y.
Hurricane Sandy Flooding Southern Brooklyn, Brooklyn N.Y.
October 29, 2012.
David Young in his 100-year-old barn
High tide from Compo Beach floods the surrounding areas
October 30, 2012. | Instagram photograph.
Removing sand off Compo Beach road and returning it to the beach
Cleanup Crews work overtime to clear debris off Route 33
Laurel Beach at Low Tide
October 29, 2012. | Instagram photograph.
Alberto Losano stands his ground, Brooklyn
Dumbo inundated with flood water, Brooklyn
Residents of Atlantic City, New Jersey
October 30, 2012.
A partially submerged auto dealership in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey
Residents of Union Beach, New Jersey
Residents of the Jersey Shore, Keyport, NJ
Wave over Touring Kayak Club of New York from Cross Street looking south, Bronx.
Washed out road, Mantoloking, NJ
Shore Front Parkway and Beach 105 Street, Rockaway, Queens
[Edgewater Camp during storm.]
Winslow Homer. Northeaster.
Hurricane Sandy, Ocean Grove Pier, New Jersey
Wreck of the Ship John Minturn
(Capt. Stark) on the coast of New Jersey in the terrible gale of Feby. 15th 1846, 3 o'clock A. M. with...
My Child! My Child!
They're Saved! They're Saved!
The Steam Ship President, (the Largest in the World), Lieut. Roberts R. N. Commander on Her Last Voyage from New York to Liverpool.
As last seen from the packet ship Orpheus. Capt. Cole in the terrific gale of March the 12th 1841 at...
The Steam Ship President, (the Largest in the World) Lieut. Roberts R. N. Commander, on Her Last Voyage from New York to Liverpool.
As last seen from the Packet Ship Orpheus, Capt. Cole in the terrific gale of March the 12th 1841at 5...
Storm on the Atlantic
Published by Louis Kaufmann & Sons.
[Lightning storm with Municipal Building under construction.]
Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Lower Manhattan, Manhattan
Temporary debris dump, Jacob Riis Park, Queens, NY
Boat & playground, Staten Island, NY
House in field, Staten Island, NY
Hudson River Waterfront, Jersey City, N.J.
Clipper Ship "Comet" of New York
In a hurricane off Bermuda, on her voyage from New York to San Francisco, Octr. 1852.
View-Manhattan 1913 South from 34th St. & 6th Ave.
Looking south from 34th St.; Met Life Building is at front left, lower Manhattan buildings at back.
Fire destruction in Breezy Point, NY
A Brisk Gale, Bay of New York