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'Mickey the Cripple,' (a boy missing a foot) throwing a ball, New York City, April 24, 1919. Photographed for the Evangelistic Committee of New York City
137th Street Viaduct, New York City, undated [ca. April-May 1919].
137th Street Viaduct, New York City, undated [ca. April-May 1919].
14 Astor Place, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
14th Street west of Fifth Avenue, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
21-23 Pearl Street, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
22nd Regiment Armory, 1988 Broadway, New York City, undated (ca. 1892-1919).
25 & 27 W. 21st Street, New York City, undated (ca. 1882-1919). Emulsion     damage.
51 and 53-55 John Street, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
51, 53-55, 57, and 59 John Street, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
7th Regiment Memorial, Central Park, New York City, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
A large artillery piece mounted on a train car, Baltimore, Maryland, undated (ca. 1919).
Alexander Hamilton's thirteen trees after the removal of Hamilton Grange, New York City, undated (ca. 1889-1919).
American Railway Express Nepperhan Station, Yonkers, New York, September 28, 1919. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
American Redout Marker, Fort Washington Park, New York City, undated (ca. 1910-1919).
American Redout Marker, Fort Washington Park, New York City, undated (ca. 1910-1919).
An Historical Incident of November, 1764' ('Captive's Choice'), Lincoln Park, Newark, New Jersey, undated (ca. 1895-1919).
An Historical Incident of November, 1764' ('Captive's Choice'), Lincoln Park, Newark, New Jersey, undated (ca. 1895-1919).
Andrew O'Connor to Mrs. Whitney, January 27, 1919
Appellate Division Courthouse, E. 25th Street and Madison Avenue, New York City, undated (ca. 1899-1919). Emulsion damage.
Artillery pieces mounted on a train cars and an Army 'camp' display in a rail yard, Baltimore, Maryland, undated (ca. 1919).
Bar of the Old Point Comfort Hotel, 4018 Boston Road, Eastchester, Bronx, New York City, undated (ca. 1900-1919).
Baskerville Hall and Hamilton Gate, City College of New York, New York City,     undated (ca. 1906-1919).
Battery Park Concert Garden and the Washington Building (Field Building), seen from South Ferry, New York City, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Battery Park seen from a ferry in New York harbor, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1919).
Beach bungalow development, Long Beach, N.Y., August 10, 1919. Sign for agent Thomas J. Walsh, West End Bungalows and the Sunset Bungalow Company.
Beach bungalow development, Long Beach, N.Y., August 10, 1919. Sign for agent Thomas J. Walsh, West End Bungalows and the Sunset Bungalow Company.
Belle Hassler Welty and James Welty in front of a Curtiss NC-4 flying boat, Central Park, New York City, July 13, 1919.
Belle Hassler Welty and two other unidentified women, likely part of the Hassler family, in an unidentified wood, undated [ca. February 1919].
Belle Hassler Welty and two other unidentified women, likely part of the Hassler family, in an unidentified wood, undated [ca. February 1919].
Bergen County interurban trolley car marked Ferry, unidentified location in New Jersey, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Bethesda Fountain in winter, Central Park, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Bethesda Fountain in winter, Central Park, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Boats and sky, location unidentified, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Boats moored in an unidentified  canal basin, New York City (?), undated (ca. 1890-1919).
Boston Post Road milestone, Cambridge, Massachusetts, undated (ca. 1882-1919).
Bow Bridge in Central Park, New York City, undated (ca. 1882-1919). Emulsion damage.
Bowling alleys of the Old Point Comfort Hotel, 4018 Boston Road, Eastchester, Bronx, New York City, undated (ca. 1900-1919).
Brevoort Hotel, Fifth Avenue and 8th Street, New York City, 1919. (Roege 9339)
Broad Street from no. 44 (the Wall Street Journal Building) and no. 58, New York City, undated (ca. 1900-1919).
Broadway and Seventh Avenue at 47th Street [i.e. 46th Street?], New York City, circa 1919. Empty billboards above the Gaiety Theatre.
Broadway and West 58th Street [i.e. West 57th Street?], New York City, circa 1919: Star Tire Company, Fred A. Smith Co., N.Y. School of Automobile Engineers, Fry Plugs.
Broadway looking south from 124th Street, New York City, undated [ca. April-May 1919].
Bronx Church House Camp, the Bronx, New York City, undated (ca. 1910-1919). Emulsion damage.
Bronx Church House Camp, the Bronx, New York City, undated (ca. 1910-1919). Emulsion damage.

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