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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].
A large artillery piece mounted on a train car, Baltimore, Maryland, undated (ca. 1919).
American Railway Express Nepperhan Station, Yonkers, New York, September 28, 1919. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
Artillery pieces mounted on a train cars and an Army 'camp' display in a rail yard, Baltimore, Maryland, undated (ca. 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].
Brevoort Hotel, Fifth Avenue and 8th Street, New York City, 1919. (Roege 9339)
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].
Bulkhead construction on Pier 15, Brooklyn, looking south, October 7, 1919.
Bulkhead construction, Piers 15 and 17, Brooklyn, October 7, 1919.
Bulkhead construction, Piers 15 and 17, Brooklyn, October 7, 1919.
Canal boat construction, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal,  Cumberland, Maryland, May 1919.
Chef and family in boat, New Jersey, undated [ca. 1919].
Claridge Hotel, east side of Broadway from 43rd Street to 44th Street, New York City, 1919.  (Boyette 9433)
Copy photo of an Italian soldier, dated November 5, 1918. Photographed for the Evangelistic Committee of New York City.
Copy photo of an unidentified young girl, undated [ca. 1919]. Photographed for Frank Matthews.
Copy photo of an unidentified young soldier, undated [ca. 1919]. Photographed for Mrs. M.J. Kiernan.
Copy photo of two unidentified young men. Photographed April 15, 1919 for the Evangelistic Committee of New York City.
Corner of Fifth Avenue and W. 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919. No billboards visible.
Crowd gathered around a Curtiss NC-4 flying boat in Central Park, New York City, July 13, 1919. Photographed for NCH.
D.F. Atkins, Mr. Mixell, and Mr. Zuppinger, Amcelle, Maryland, May 1919.
Eamon de Valera, President of Ireland, Baltimore, Maryland, August 1919.
Eamon de Valera, President of Ireland, Baltimore, Maryland, August 1919.
Eamon de Valera, President of Ireland, Baltimore, Maryland, August 1919.
Eighth Avenue and 58th Street, New York City, circa 1919: Fred A. Smith Company (automotive), Robert Burns Cigars, Star Tire Company, Goodrich Tires.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Adams Black Jack Gum, Live Leather Belt, Moe Levy & Sons.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway, New York City, circa 1919: Kissel-Silver-Apperson, Strand Theatre / Paramount Pictures, Booth Theatre, Live Leather Belt.
Eldredge France (little boy) with a rabbit, Chance, Maryland, August 1919.
Eldredge France, Captain Clel, and Raymond, Chance, Maryland, August 1919.
Ella Shores, Eldredge France, and Odessa France Bjorkman, Chance, Maryland, August 1919.
Erie Railroad grain elevator, Jersey City, N.J., February 10. 1919. Photographed for Arused [?] C. Hansen.
Erie Railroad grain elevator, Jersey City, N.J., February 10. 1919. Photographed for Arused [?] C. Hansen.
Erie Railroad grain elevator, Jersey City, N.J., February 10. 1919. Photographed for Arused [?] C. Hansen.
Erie Railroad grain elevator, Jersey City, N.J., February 10. 1919. Photographed for Arused [?] C. Hansen.
Federal Building and Post Office, Cleveland, Ohio, undated (ca. 1919).
Ferdinand Foch speaking on a stage with other WWI officials, including John J. Pershing,  seated behind, location unidentified, undated (ca. 1919).
First Hungarian Baptist Church, 225 E. 80th Street, New York City, February 4, 1919. Emulsion damage.

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