Good-Luck, No. 2
The R. & C. Pt'g House
Seasons Cards - 4 Designs
No. 101. 4 Designs
Good-Luck, No. 1
Samuel H. Black, Electrotyper
Metals, cards, &c. to order. 142 Elm Street, New York.
B. W. Raper, Embosser
33 1/2 Ann Street, New York.
H. Kick, Jr., Job Printer
85 Cranberry Street near Fulton Street, Brooklyn.
Peter Maverick's Establishment
Broadway, No. 149, New-York. Engraving, copper-plate printing, lithography, bank notes.
Andrew Maverick, Copper Plate Printer
J'espère d'avoir Succés. 21 Liberty, near William Street, New York.
C. L. Schember
Newspaper printer. 96 Nassau Street, New York. | Farmer, Livermore & Co., Providence, R.I.
Ferdinand Mayer, Practical Lithographer
3 Spruce Street, New York.
Bufford Brothers, Lithography, Engraving, &c.
735 Broadway, New York.
The New England Lithographic and Steam Printing Co. ; Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company ; Benedict & Burham, Manufacturing Company
The New England Lithographic and Steam Printing Co. under the management of John H. Bufford.
Sackett, Wilhelms & Betzig, Lithographers & Printers
45-51 Rose Street, New York.
Maverick, Engraver & Printer
85 Liberty Street. Established 1808.
Valentine Card Engraver & Printer
100 William Street and 50 John Street, New York. Engraving, copper-plate & letter press printing.
The Hatch Lithographic Company
32-34 Vesey Street, New York.
Robert Chapman & Co.
Copper plate printers, 123 Fulton Street, 4th story, New York.
No. 118 Fulton, between Nassau and Dutch Streets.
William R. Jenkins, Stationer and Printer
850 Sixth Avenue, corner 48th Street, New York.
Office, 85 Liberty Street.
Maverick, Bank Note Engraver and Printer
Office, 85 Liberty Street, 3 doors west of Broadway.
Franklin Office. Samuel Maverick, Engraver and Copper-Plate Printer
73 Liberty Street, New York.
Mercantile Printing & Stationery Co.
13 East 14th Street, New York.
Nassau Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
J. W. Orr. Engraver on Wood. 75 Nassau Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Nassau Street and Ann Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
From the New York Mirror, September 4, 1830. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Pearl Street and Pine Street [Park Row to Prince Street]
J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Reade Street [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]
# 108-112 Reade Street ca. 1875. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Spruce Street [Reade Street to Suffolk Street]
#29 Spruce Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Chambers Street [Central Park West to Coenties Slip]
The American News Company. 41 Chambers Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Elm Street [Collect Pond to Fulton Street]
Worral & Co. New York Iron Foundry (The Oldest Establishment of the Kind in the City), Machine Shop,...
Tiffany Street and Lafayette Avenue. American Banknote Company. Interior, auditorium
Tiffany Street and Lafayette Avenue. American Banknote Company. Interior, cafeteria
Francis & Loutrel, Manufacturing Stationers & Printers
No. 45 Maiden Lane, New York.
Joseph Laing & Co. Lithographers, Engravers & Printers and Edward Evans, Wholesale and Retail Clothing Warehouse, 66 Fulton Street.
Ferd. Mayer's Mammoth Lithographic Establishment. 96 & 98 Fulton St., N.Y.
Rhinelander's Sugar House.
At Work on the Linotype Machine, U.S. Army General Hospital No. 1 Williamsbridge, N.Y.
View of a Section of Ann and Nassau Streets - Taken From Around the Corner
Davis D. Anderson Sc.
Christian Herald, Louis Klopsch, Press room.
Christian Herald (Journal) packaging room.
American Type Founders Co., 27 Williams St.
McCalls Magazine, Art Dept. Pattern Dept. Press Room, Offices.
American Type-Founders Co.
A press room at the McCall Publishing Co.; men operating large press machinery.
Buildings, McCall Co., Publishers (designing, pattern, press rooms).
Interior of a press room at the McCall Publishing Co.; men operating large printing machinery.
American Printing Co.
American Type Founders Co.
Cross Paper Feeder Co.
Paper feeder machine/printing press(?) at the Cross Paper Feeder Co., 200 5th Avenue.
Mad. Sq. Garden, May, '06.
Matthews-Northrup Works, printing company booth at the 1906 advertising show at Madison Square Garden....