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Date: 1861-04-20 ca.
Description: Elevated stereograph view of the Great Union Meeting at the New York City Union Square.
Description: Color advertising poster for International industrial power equipment showing a crawler tractor (TracTracTor) excavating the site of the World's Fair. Inc...
Description: S-speed truck owned by House of A. Silz and parked on the street in front of Silz Garage. The side panel of the truck includes an advertisement for "Fancy...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, also known as Washington's Headquarter's, built in 1765 by Colonel Roger Morriw and Mary Philipse. View includes can...
Description: Composite of engraved images of men involved in various athletic activities: fencing, weightlifting, juggling with clubs and cannon balls, wrestling, and b...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: Side of a truck with the word "Navajo" printed on the side.
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Two workmen in overalls and hardhats stand on a wooden walkway in the East River. The slick water-level walkway leads into a group of pilings and the back...
Description: A view down a wide corridor of Washington Irving High School, designed by the architect C.B.J. Snyder (1860-1945) and built in 1913.
Description: Construction workers gather to meet near the office for the Sand Chapter of Mechanical Contractors before beginning work during the construction of the Wor...
Description: A member of the U.S. Coast Guard Hospital Corps School uses the traditional pharmacist's tool of a mortar & pestle to grind medicinal ingredients for a pre...
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. At the start of the war Forrest enlisted as a private but was quickly pro...
Description: Docked fishing boats of various sizes on the Hudson River. In the foreground, a man sits reading a newspaper on The North Star.
Description: View of the auditorium at the College of Mt. St. Vincent. A central set of steps leads up to the stage through rows of wooden seats. The stage is set wit...
Description: View from below of two boys standing in a doorway opening of an abandoned brick building in the East Village.
Description: The Sidell Sisters, Billie and Pierre, former students of the Kehl School of Dance in Madison, in a posed photograph from Florenz Ziegfeld's production of...
Description: A woman in a thick black coat with a dog on a leash standing on a sidewalk on West 57th Street. The woman is looking into the distance while the dog tugs o...
Description: Manny bartending at The Strollers.
Description: Interior of the bar room at Hotel Astor, built in 1904. Waiters, bartenders, and patrons stand around the bar, decorated in the Old World style.
Description: Letterhead of the American Cranberry Exchange, which had a main office in New York City and a branch office in Chicago, with "Eatmor Cranberries" in a scro...
Description: Portrait of a young Orson Wells wearing a suit, heavily retouched to isolate him from the background.
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