[Map of lots from 138th to 142nd Street, between 6th Avenue and the Harlem River]
Compiled Octbr 9th 1835 by Joseph F. Bridges City Surveyor | Copied by A. M. Sampson | Deed Liber of[...]...
American Superiority at the World's Great Fair
Designed and drawn on Stone by Thurwanger Brothers. Lithogra. by A. Brett & Co. Goldsmith's Hall, Library...
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!!!!
Map of First Subdivision of Grand Park, Westchester Co. New York. Property of Andrew Wilson Jr.
Or Virginia Partridge.
The Magnificent Steamship "City of New York" of the Inman Line.
Length Over All 580 Feet - Depth From Upper Deck Cabins to Keel 59 1/4 Ft. - Breadth 63 1/4 Feet Tonnage...
New York Ferry Boat.
Map of the City of New-York, Drawn by D.H. Burr, expressly for "New York as it is in 1833"
[Map of Brooklyn.]
Possibly showing railroad lines or depots.
City of New York
Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year 1835 by Henry S. Tanner in the Clerks Office of...
[First elevated railroad.]
[Group portrait of the Volunteer Firemen's Association.]
N.C. 4, after Flying to Europe, Central Park, 1919.
[Seabend Crook Home.]
[Captain Cornelius Vanderveer House.]
[Henry S. Ditmas Homestead.]
[House on Kouwenhoven Place.]
Kouwenhoven Place is now called Kings Highway.
Map of the City of New York, showing original high water line and the location of different Farms and Estates.
Lith. by Geo. Hayward, 120 Water Str. N. York, for D. T. Valentine Manual, 1852.
A Map of the Common Lands between the three and six mile stones, belonging to the Corporation of the City of New York.
Lith. for D. T. Valentine's Manual, 1861, by Geo. Hayward, 171 Pearl St. New York. This Map Copied on...
Length 317 Feet. _ Burthen 3014 Tons. _ Horse power 1250.
The Yacht "Fleetwing" of N.Y. 212 Tons.
Owned by Messrs. Osgood. Competitor in the Great Ocean Yacht race, from New York to Cowes, December 1866....
The Yacht "Vesta" of N.Y. 201 Tons.
Owned by Mr. Lorillard. Competitor in the Great Ocean Yacht race from New York to Cowes, December 1866....
Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americae implantata Anglorumque coloniis florentissima Geographice exhibita â Ioh. Baptista Homann, Sac. Caes. Maj. Geographo.
The American Clipper Ship, "Brewer" 4th Ship
Of the American Packet Line for Australia, J. C. Erler Agent.
A Baltimore Clipper.
U. S. Ship of the Line in a Gale.
U. S. Sloop of War Albany, 22 Guns.
The Chinese Junk "Keying"
Capt. Kellett. As she appeared in New York harbor July 13th 1847. 212 days from Canton. _ 720 tons burthen....
Clipper Ship "Great Republic."
Length on Deck 325 Feet. - Breadth of Beam 53 Feet. - Depth of Hold 39 Feet. - Tonnage per Register 4500....
Length on Deck 325 Feet. Breadth of Beam 53 f. Depth of Hold 39 feet. Tonnage per Register 4500.
Yacht "Meteor" of N. Y. 293 Tons.
Owned by G. L. Lorillard Esq. of the N. Y. Yacht Club.
Pilot Boat Wm. J. Romer, Capt. McGuire.
1st Mate John R. Wilkie. 2nd " James Conner. Extraordinary Express Across the Atlantic. Leaving for England...
Steam - Boat Empire.
Built for Troy & New-York, Steam-Boat Co.
Builders: Hull by Westervelt & Mackay; Engines by Stillman, Allen & Co. 1850 Tons.
The Iron Steam Ship Great Britain.
The Largest in the World. Off Sandy Hook August 10th 1845.
Off Sandy Hook May 14th 1852.
The "Great Eastern."
22 500 Tons 3000 Horse Power (Nominal) Constructed under the direction of I. K. Brunel, F. B. S. _ D....
The Steam Ship President, Lieut. Roberts R. N. Commander.
The Largest in the World. Supposed to have struck an ICEBERG on her voyage from New York to Liverpool...
Pheasant or Partridge.
More Frightened Than Hurt.
Attacking the Badger.
A Well - Bred Setter.
A Stanch Pointer.
Sancho, a Celebrated Pointer.
Juno, a Celebrated Setter.