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East Hampton, Long Island: [unidentified houses along a still, well-manicured waterway or pond, undated.]
Eagle Pencil Company strike, New York City, June-July 1938.
New York City: steamship 'North Land,' undated
Unidentified Masonic building, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1903].
Flatbush: Judge Garret L. Martense House,[ 676 Flatbush Avenue, west side, 1922.]
Unidentified baby in coat, woolly hat and socks, New York City, undated (ca. 1916-1917).
Tietjen and Lang Dry Dock Company sawmill, Weehawken, N.J., December 7, 1916. Photographed for G.E. Tilt & Company.
Gravesend: former Coney Island House, built 1829, 2866 W. 6 Street between Neptune Avenue and Sheepshead Bay Road, 1923. Second site.
Interior view of an unidentified branch of the Queens Borough Public Library, ca. 1910. A group of children sit reading.
Flatlands: Jacobus Schenck House, near Canarsie Lane and the junction with Rockaway Avenue and Avenue N, Canarsie, 1898. Demolished ca. 1912.
Grace in a rocking chair with her mother lying on a loveseat, Bronx, N.Y. [?], undated [c. 1899?].
New York City: High Bridge, undated.
Unidentified large Greek Revival house with columned front, undated.
Jamaica: 127 Hook & Ladder Company (old Atlantic Hook 7 Ladder Company 1), west side of Union Avenue (162nd Street north of Jamaica Avenue, 1922.
Duncan Fergusson Mrs. Force, Jan 10, 31
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Bridge Crush March (Descriptive)
Willie fishing, Garrison, N.Y., 1905.
[Letter] 1939 April 29, Washington, D.C. [to] Edwin Markham
71st Regiment Captain Anthony James Bleecker inspecting the locks, Creedmoor Rifle Range, Queens Village, Queens, N.Y., May 24, 1902.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway [i.e. 110th Street], New York City, February 24, 1927: Camel Cigarettes. Also 2 empty billboards.
Newtown: [side view of unidentified old Dutch farmhouse, undated.]
Eagle Pencil Company strike, 734 East 14th Street (at Avenue B), June-July 1938.
New York City: Miss Juana Engel, seated on bench with balloons, undated.
Flatlands: Captain Jan Martense Schenck House, built about 1656 on Mill Island, 1922. Also called the Crooke-Schenck House, or the Pirate House.
Lower Manhattan: Court House, 1923.
Uriah Pearce, Late of the Little Barefoot Shoe Store, Dealer in Boots and Shoes
Children marching with American flags during the Sunday School May Walk, Bronx, N.Y. [?], 1898. Mrs. George E. Stonebridge in foreground.
Newtown: [unidentified houses, undated.]
Periodicals reading room of the Montague branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, November 17, 1914.
[Letter] 1912 March 9 [to] Mr. Markham
Newtown: [unidentified farm, undated.]
Dr. Mary Halton to Mrs. Force, Oct. 15, 1925
Civil Defense Volunteer Drive (1 of 2)
[Telegram] 1917 May 13, New York [to] Edwin Markham
The College of the City of New York, New York City, August 29, 1909.
William Gray Hassler playing at North Beach, Queens, New York City, July 1910.
Alliance Hall, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1897-1917].
Invitation, Class Day 1938
Firing a First Battery gun, State Camp (Camp Smith), Peekskill, N.Y., June 8, 1901.
Studio portrait of an unidentified man, posed with a pipe, New York City, undated, (ca. 1911-1921).
Eagle Pencil Company strike, East 14th Street, June-July 1938.
Brooklyn: the Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Beach, undated (ca. 1905).
Cow bison, New York Zoological Gardens [the Bronx Zoo], Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1899].
Men firing a cannon, Decoration Day, Bronx, N.Y., 1903 or 1909.
The Bronx Municipal Building (Bronx Borough Hall), side view, Bronx, N.Y., undated.
Jamaica: Seaman House, off south side of Jamaica Avenue, just east of Kissam Place and west of Rockaway Turnpike, 1922. Demolished by 1927.
Flatlands: doors of unidentified barn, unidentified kitchen appliance [pie safe?] in foreground on stump, undated.

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