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Description: Stereograph of Union infantry standing in front of a slave dealer's shop.
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of the library at the Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's. The view includes a table and chairs with a fireplace and...
Description: View of the wharf, an area crowded with boathouses, fishermen, and barrels of goods. The city's skyscrapers rise in the background.
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Exterior view of the J.N. Hegeman Drugstore at 60 Fulton Avenue. Left to right: a clerk, J.W. Ferris, an errand boy, William O'Bry, and a porter.
Description: Two men stand near a truck in the receiving room of International Harvester's Manhattan truck branch. The truck bears the text "Bickfords" and is parked ne...
Date: 1969 ca.
Description: The Harlem River, East 206th Street.
Description: Large group of people leaving a steam ship, some transporting large chests of their belongings.
Description: Manny bartending at The Strollers.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Volunteers signing up at the Red Cross office in New York to do hospital or other volunteer work. The woman in the white smock and dark hat is Mrs. Belmont...
Description: An open air market in the streets of New York. Barrels of goods line the sidewalk and behind them fire-escapes can be seen going up the sides of brick tene...
Date: 1968 ca.
Description: Close-up of a metal doorway in the East Village with multiple handmade posters and graffiti proclaiming a strike.
Description: Vignetted carte-de-visite portrait of Confederate Lieutenant General Wade Hampton III. Prior to the of the war, he was one of the largest slave owners in t...
Description: A view of the altar and seating areas, taken from the center aisle. The altar is covered with an ornamented textile and is contained in an apse with a poi...
Description: John bartending at the Columbus Circle Club.
Description: Interior of the Brau Haus, a German-American Rathskeller. A German band wearing costumes stands on the small stage at the restaurant, some holding musical...
Description: African American workman filling an International Model "63" coal and ice truck. The truck was owned by George Jaekel & Son Coal and Ice Company based in...
Description: Full-length carte-de-visite of Major General Abner Doubleday in uniform, sitting, and his wife Mary, standing, wearing a cape over her dress.
Description: A man descends the stairs to a subway station near the construction of the World Trade Center.
Description: Elevated view of the Statue of Liberty and surrounding buildings on Liberty Island. A large ship is docked at the island and the waters of the New York Upp...
Description: Construction worker standing near a safety sign at the World Trade Center construction site.
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