[Horse and carriage in the snow.]
[Mr. Theodore A. Havemeyer on his way to a picnic at "The Glen" in Newport.]
[Engine 14 in Labor Day Parade.]
[Carriage designed and built for Mrs. J. F. Schenck.]
[Omnibus designed and built for J. F. Schenck, Esq.]
[The first carriage that crossed the East River Suspension Bridge.]
[Winston Churchill walking to a carriage.]
A Fast Team.
"Out On the Loose."
Bowling Green, 1860
Printed by Arthur Jaffé Heliochrome Co., New York City, U.S.A.
Emigrant Landing, New York.
Driving in Central - Park, New York.
Entrance to Central Park, New York City.
The Beekman Family Coach, The New York Historical Society
Chief Lawrence, Driver McKeon
In front of the Headquarters Chief 47th Battalion
Chief Worth 3rd Battalion, N.Y. F.D. 1908
Union Square, New-York.
[Unidentified Street Scene]
Seeing New York Observation Coaches
Cigar box label.
Pierce's Coach Colors
[Unidentified trade card.]
[Carriages at the racetrack.]
[Broadway -- Union Square.]
Possibly Prospect Park.
[Horse and wagon.]
[Admiral Dewey's reception in New York.]
[Horse-drawn carriage in a parade.]
[Police saluting a horse-drawn carriage in a parade.]
[Interior of unidentified fire station.]
[Horse-drawn fire engine.]
In front of the station for Hook and Ladder #2.
[Repairing an early fire engine.]
[Horse-drawn fire engines.]
[Electric Department's horse-drawn carriage.]
[Horse-drawn vehicle of the Fire Department.]
[Man watching a speeding carriage.]
Possibly a Fire Department vehicle.
[Horse-drawn water pump.]
[Horse-drawn fire vehicle.]
[Firemen in horse-drawn carriage.]
[Horse-drawn carriage under the El Train.]
[Firemen in carriage.]