View of New York, 1848 (The Papprill View from St. Paul's Chapel)
Colored aquatint of the Papprill View of St. Paul's Chapel at Broadway and Fulton St. [AHF label: ...
St. Paul's Chapel
This painting depicts St. Paul's Chapel on the right and Barnum's American Museum is seen on the left....
View of Broadway in the City of New York with the proposed Elevated Rail-Way invented by John Randel, Junr. C.E.
Drawn on stone by R. J. Rayner. | Includes a key of references and remarks.
Broad - Way.
New - York. Drawn from nature by Aug. Köllner. New - York & Paris, published by Goupil & Co. Lith. by...
Barnum's American Museum. Thursday, January 31, 1861. Great increase of attractions! Old Adams' California menagerie and others
The most wonderful and extraordinary collection of wild animals from the Rocky Mountains, comprising...
Barnum's Museum. Every day and evening this week, commencing Monday, March 23, 1863, re-engagement for a brief period, of that charming little Minnie Warren
The empress of beauty, sister of the late Miss Lavinia Warren (now Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb), though not half...
"Camille; or, The Fate of a Coquette", Saturday, November 29, 1856, in the afternoon and also in the evening
Benefit of Miss Mestayer on Monday evening.
Barnum's American Museum
Admit until January 1, 1867.
New York [The Papprill View from St. Paul's Chapel.]
With the city of Brooklyn in the distance. From the steeple of St. Paul's Church, looking East, South...
Broadway and Fulton Street [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
St. Paul's Chapel and the Astor House. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Ann Street [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Burning of Barnum's American Museum, corner of Broadway and Ann St., July 18th, 1865. | J. Clarence Davies...
Burning of Barnum's American Museum, July 13, 1865. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Vesey Street [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
Broadway. 1843. Looking south from Vesey Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Park Row [Broadway & John Street to Broadway & Park Row]
Lower Broadway in the 1820's | Looking south from the junction of Park Row and Broadway, 1865 | J. Clarence...
Situated for many years at the corner of Ann Street and Broadway. Variety and circus performances were...
View of St. Paul's Church and the Broadway Stages, N.Y. 1831.
Lith. for D.T. Valentine's Manual for 1861 by Geo. Hayward, 171 Pearl St. , New York.
Ruins of Barnums Museum
Broadway, New York
Broadway New York.
South from the Park. Lith. of E. C. Kellogg, 87 Fulton St. N. York & 73 Main St. Hartford, Conn. Horace...
What Is It? _ Or "Man Monkey".
On Exhibition at Barnum's Museum, New York. Barnum's Gallery of Wonders. No. 26.
An Heir to the Throne, Or the Next Republican Candidate.
South From the Park.
[Various buildings of New York City.]
Folded Souvenir with Views of New York Buildings, 1857.
Volunteer Firemen's Association, of the City of New York in aid of the charity fund
Burning of Barnum's Museum, July 13, 1865. After the orginal painting by C. P. Cranch, by permission...
Vantile Mack, the Infant Lambert, or the Giant Baby!!
7 years old. Weighs 257 pounds! Measures 61 inches around the chest!! 36 inches around the leg!! With...
The Maine Giantess - Miss Silva Hardy - Nearly 8 Feet High.
Barnum's Gallery of Wonders, No. 10. Now Exhibiting at Barnum's American Museum, New York.
Broadway from the Park
Drawn by J.H. Dakin. Engraved by Barnard & Dick.Published by Peabody & Co. London O. Rich. No. 12 Red...
[Broadway South from City Hall -- Barnum's American Museum]
The Wonderful Albino Family.
Rudolph Lucasie, Wife and Child, from Madagascar.
Sleighing in New York
[Barnum's American Museum.]
Cor. Broadway & Ann St. New York. Site of St. Paul Building, 1841.
Rudolph Lucasie, Wife and Children, from Madagascar.
The Swiss Bearded Lady.
The $30,000 Nutt. The Smallest man alive 18 years old, 29 inches high and weighs only 24 pounds.
Broadway, South from the Park.
C. Mayr. E.W. Durand, sc.