Astoria Institute for the Education of Young Ladies, Astoria L. I.
A Plan for an Elevated Railway for New York City, from Chambers Street to Kings Bridge
By Samuel W. H. Ward, 387 Broadway N. Y.
Map of a Block of Ground on the Estate of the late Hendrick Rutgers, dec'd
Being a Supplement to Map of the said Estate made by Bridges & Poppleton, City Surveyors, Nov. 15th 1813....
Map of the Sixth Ward in the City of New York
Area from Bowery to Broadway between Chatham Street and Walker and Canal Streets, divided into four zones....
The Murray Hill Estate
Map of area from Lexington Avenue to Madison Avenue between 33rd - 38th Streets; lots are variously colored...
Map of First Subdivision of Grand Park, Westchester Co. New York. Property of Andrew Wilson Jr.
The Burning of the Bowery Theatre on the Evening of the 25th of April, 1845.
Central Park, N. Y.
The Terrace, Central Park.
The residence of the late Washington Irving, near Tarrytown, N. Y.
Or Virginia Partridge.
Hunting in the Northern Woods.
The Life of a Sportsman.
Camping in the Woods.
The Trap Sprung.
The Assassination of President Lincoln
President Lincoln at Home
Reading the Scriptures to his Wife and Son.
Majr. Genl. George G. Meade.
Commander in Chief of the "Army of the Potomac," July 3d. 1863.
The Express Train.
The Young Brood
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...
Looking Down the Yo - Semite.
Burning of the City Hall New York
On the night of the 17th of August 1858.
Burning of the New York Crystal Palace
On Tuesday Oct. 5th 1858.
The Narrows. New York Bay.
From Staten Island.
New York Ferry Boat.
View of the Park Fountain & City Hall, N.Y.
View of the Great Conflagration at New York July 19th 1845.
From the Bowling Green. Nearly 300 Buildings destroyed. Estimated loss of Property $7,000,000.
In the Woods.
The Dairy Farm.
The Brook, Summer.
Life in the Camp.
Preparing for Supper.
Central Park, the Lake.
A Pair of Nutcrackers.
Bethesda Fountain. Central Park, N.Y.
Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant.
General In-Chief of the Armies of the United States.;
From the Canada side.
Nearly 300 Buildings destroyed. Estimated loss of Property $7,000,000.
View of the Terrific Explosion at the Great Fire in New York.
From Broad St. _ July 19th 1845. Engine No. 22 destroyed, and several lives lost. 17 Stores blown up....
Map of the City of New-York, Drawn by D.H. Burr, expressly for "New York as it is in 1833"
Recens Edita Totius Novi Belgii, in America Septentrionali.
delineatio cuma et fumtibus Matthaeli Seutteri, Sac. Caes. Maj. Geographi August Vind. | Includes detail...
Plan of New Amsterdam About 1644
Compiled from the Dutch and English records by J. H. Innes. Includes a list of references.
The Ground Plan of the Eleven Markets in the City of New York, 1827.
Includes Fulton Market, Greenwich Market, Catherine Market, Gouverneur Market, Franklin Market, Duane...
View on the Harlem River, N.Y.
The Highbridge in the Distance.;
North River Drug and Patent Medicine Warehouse, 81 Barclay St.
[133rd Street to 148th Street, 6th Avenue to the Harlem River]
Manuscript map drawn by Robert A. Serrell of 133rd Street to 148th Street, Harlem River, and 5th and...
Sanitary and Social Chart of the Fourth Ward of the City of New York to Accompany the report of the 4th Sanitary Inspection District Made to the Council of Hygiene of the Citizens' Association by E. R
By Samuel W. H. Ward, 387 Broadway N. Y. Lith. D. Weil, Cor. Franklin & Elm Sts., N. Y. ;
Chatham Square, New York.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Two boys holding sticks lean on a fence that reads "Please Keep Off the Grass".
A Tammany-swept East Side Street before Col. Waring's Day.
Hand-colored view of a filthy East 5th Street during the Tammany era.
The Spirit of the Union.
Night by the Camp - Fire.
[Children tending to the garden.]
Staten Island and the Narrows.
From Fort Hamilton.
New York Bay.
From Bay Ridge, L.I.
The Same Street when Colonel Waring wielded the Broom.
From Warren to Reade St. Published by W. Stephenson & Co. 252 Broadway, N.Y.