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Manhattan: the full span of the Brooklyn Bridge, viewed from the south, from the water, 1903.
Unidentified little girl in a big furry hat, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1897-1910].
Long Island City: [John Alsop House, on high ground south of Old Bowery Road, north of Wolcott Avenue and east of DeBevoise Avenue (later 2nd Avenue), 1923. 3/4 rear view.]
New York City: Seventh Avenue looking north from 40th Street, showing the New York Times Building, undated. Stereograph.
Italian Garden. New York Zoological Park
Broadway at West 47th Street, New York City, October 30, 1931: Canadian National Exhibition, Bond Bread (partial), Bowery Savings Bank (partial), Union Dime Savings Bank (partial).
419 E. 18th Street, New York City, undated. Children on sidewalk and behind windows.
New York City: Tiffany Building, Fifth Avenue and 37th Street, undated.
Gravesend: Captain Charles G. Lutz House, northwest corner of Avenue U and Nostrand Avenue, 1923. Called ""Fort Lutz.""
Bushwick: Bushwick Reformed Dutch Church, viewed from Humboldt Street, 1907.
Jamaica: Decker House, east side of Farmers Avenue opposite the Methodist Episcopal Church of Springfield, 1922.
Wall Street between Nassau and William Street, New York, undated. Copy photograph.
Unidentified 8th Battery private on a horse, Creedmoor Rifle Range, Queens Village, Queens, N.Y., 1903.
Clinton Avenue seen from Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, August 31, 1914. Photographed for the Success Postal Card Company.
Bringing an ambulance up the armory steps, Decoration Day, New York City, 1900.
Campfest
Lower Manhattan: [Hester Street or Ludlow Street, undated.]
Grace, Daisy, and Willie watching the hay being loaded, Garrison, N.Y., 1901.
Flushing: St. George's Episcopal Church, west side of Main Street from Church Street (Garden Street) to Locust Street, 1924.
Front gate, Webb's Academy and Home for Shipbuilders, Bronx, undated (ca. June 1915)
Unidentified factory with active smokestack, Bronx, N.Y. [?], undated.
Gravesend: blacksmith and wheelwright shop, built in 1877 by Augustus F. Friend in the rear of his house on Coney Island Avenue and Neck Road, 1922.
Brooklyn: marker plaque for the Battle of Long Island, Prospect Park, 1922.
Unidentified farm in dry flat fields, undated.
Manhattan: Lower Manhattan skyline, ships the 'Half Moon' and the 'Clermont' visible, 1909. Possibly during the Hudson-Fulton celebrations.
Newtown: two houses moved onto the new line of Queens Boulevard (north side), standing opposite no. 70, 1923.
315 Tenth Avenue, New York City, February 10, 1915. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
Womanbooks
Unidentified Dutch Colonial farmhouse with horse-drawn tractor's / plows parked in foreground, undated.
Park Row, looking north from Frankfort Street, New York City, undated copy of photo by an unknown artist circa 1878-1890.
The Land of Sleepy Hollow
New York City: Maritime Building, 8-10 Bridge Street, undated.
Manhattan: rooftop view of Lower Manhattan from the northeast, including the elevated railroad, undated (ca. 1905).
New Utrecht: Rutgert Joosten Van Brunt House, [1752 84th Street, south side between 18th Avenue and Bay 16th Street, 1922.]
[Letter] 1914 January 20 [to] Sir & Comrade
Frosh Party ASU Front
Interior of Pier 17, Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, March 19, 1917. Photographed for the Robbins-Ripley Company.
Unidentified apartment interior, [New York City?], [ca. June 1915?].
Carte de Visite, Thomas Bryant
The USS New York, Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York City, undated.
untitled
A  Child with a Disability Waits.
Newtown: [unidentified wooden house, undated.]
William Gray Hassler posing in the doorway of a New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway train near Pompton Junction, N.J., June 10, 1917.
Beach Hotel Club
Flushing: Peter Van Bergen House, near the southwest corner of Jamaica Avenue [i.e. Kissena Boulevard] and Franconia [?] Avenue, 1923.
Gravesend: unidentified dirt road with houses on either side, large building in distance, undated.
Sherman Creek power station, W. 201st Street, Inwood, New York City,  undated [ca. June 1916]. United Electric Light & Power Company sign on side.
New York City: Trinity Building, 11 Broadway, and Trinity Church graveyard, ca. 1904.

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