Union Reformed Church. Two Lectures, Illustrated by Grand Stereoscopical Views.
"Siam and the Siamese" by the Hon. David B. Sickles on May 21, 1891. "London to America" by Rev. Henry...
[The Misses Romanes opened a show room at 691 Broadway.]
With a select assortment of Paris bonnets, head-dresses, ribbons, flowers, feathers, &c. No. 691 Broadway,...
Mr. H. Russell Will Give His Third Grand Concert
Stuyvesant Institute, Tuesday evening, March 30.
The Broadway Central Hotel
The second oldest hotel in New York. 673 Broadway.
West 3d Street [Ninth Avenue to Twelfth Avenue, West 3rd Street to 23rd Street]
The Midnight Mission (Second Site). ca. 1867. No. 23 Amity Street. (Amity Street later became W. 3rd...
St. Clement's Protestant Episcopal Church, 108 W. 3d St. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Broadway and 3rd Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]
Broadway north from 3rd Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
[Church of the Most Holy Redeemer.]
[Bowery and 3rd Street, looking north.]
J.R. Palmenberg's Sons
Established 1852. Manufacturers of display fixtures and forms. Office & works, 89-91 West Third Street....
Broadway Central Hotel
Bill Bertolotti's Restaurant 85 West 3rd St. Greenwich Village. May 12, 1948.
Temperance Banquet Under the Auspices of the N.Y. Vegetarian Society, complimentary to the Whole World's Temperance Convention.
September 3, 1853
Dinner to the American Medical Association, by the Physicians of New York City
May 5, 1853
Broadway from W. Houston to W. 3rd Streets [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street]
West side of Broadway, 1865. From West Houston St. to above West 3rd St. Note: The name of Amity Street...
[Demolition of the Sixth Avenue El.]
[Underneath the Sixth Avenue El.]
[Sixth Avenue El.]
[Looking north on Thompson Street to the Sixth Avenue El, Washington Square Arch and 1 Fifth Avenue.]
[West 3rd Street and West Broadway. Paper supplies being unloaded from delivery truck.]
[Sixth Avenue El, West 3rd Street and West Broadway.]
[West side of Broadway between Bleecker and West 3rd Streets.]
West 3rd Street and Sixth Avenue. Dismantling of the Sixth Avenue elevated train tracks
[First Marble Cemetery.]
Office & works, 89-91 West Third Street. Salesrooms, 713 Broadway.
60 West 3rd Street at the corner of West Broadway.
The 22nd concert since M. Jullien's return to New York will take place Thursday evening, December 29, 1853, being the 72nd concert in New York and the 107th in America
Last night but two prior to the departure of M. Jullien with his orchestra. Grand American night, on...
M. Jullien has the honor to announce that his 20th concert at Metropolitan Hall, and 45th in New York, will take place Tuesday evening, October 18, 1853
Last night but three in New York prior to M. Jullien’s departure for Boston. In consequence of its immense...
Bowery Branch, Y.M.C.A.
A Map of Plot No. 4 of Philip Mintern's farm, belonging to Samuel and Sarah Hallett
The Old Marble Cemetery -- proposed for a play ground, taken in summer 1895.
The open-space of the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd...
Old Marble Cemetery.
A broken memorial urn in the Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street,...
Old Marble Cemetery Wall.
A broken memorial urn at the base of a stone wall in Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound...
The Dead-house in Old Marble Cemetery.
A stone vault in Marble Cemetery in the center of the block bound by 2nd Avenue, 2nd Street, 3rd Street...
[49 West 3rd Street.]
[La Boheme, Anderson Theatre, Metro Cabinet Craft and William Bruder Real Estate & Insurance on Second Avenue.]
[Phebe's and Beston Bar on the Bowery.]
[Entrance to the New York Marble Cemetery between 41 and 43 Second Avenue.]
[Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street.]
[Warren Weaver Hall, NYU, 251 Mercer Street.]
Attributed to Griffith Thomas.