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1 framed oil painting, Jan. 3, 1930
2 flower oils, framed, March 4, 1930
2 framed w/c, Jan. 9, 1930
2 water colors, Jan. 7, 1930
20 drawings, portraits & nudes, March 13, '30
4 Lithographs, Jan 8, 1930
5 odd lithographs, Jan 15, 1930
6 framed water colors, Jan 15, 1930
6 lithographs, from set, Jan. 17, 1930
Al Surya Peterson Jr. as a toddler
Al Surya Peterson Jr. as a toddler with another baby
Alexander Z. Kruse, Jan. 4, 1930
Alfred Peterson wearing boxing gloves
All Hallows H.S.
Allen Street south from Delancey Street, New York City, 1930.
Art Exhibition Brochure for Mechanics' Institute Student Edward Gustave Jacobsson
Bought by Mrs. H.P. Whitney, Jan. 17, 1930
Brass Chanticles, Feb 3, 1930
Bronx: Old school house on the old Albany Post Road, village of Mosholu, near 246th Street line, 1930. Destroyed around 1931.
Calvin Coolidge letter
Caroline Speer [sic] Rohland, Jan 21, 1930
Children's Court
City Hall Park, New York City, circa 1930.
Coenties Slip 15/50, Jan 31, 1930
Demolition of the Sixth Avenue "L" a Public Calamity
Empire State Building, 5th Ave. & 34th St. N.Y.
Evander Childs H.S.
File under Frank Moffatt, Jan 16, 1930
Flanagan [sic], 3 pieces of statuary, April 3, 1930
For Arnold Blanch, Jan 25, 1930
For Ward Lockwood to be sent express collect to Memorial Art Gallery Rochester, N.Y., Jan. 27, 1930
George Bahr, Inc., Truckmen & Riggers
George William Eggers to museum and individuals lending pictures to the exhibition of American Art for Sweden
George and Margaret Peterson
George and Margaret Peterson sitting on a chair together
George and Margaret Peterson with Josephine Baker
George and Margaret Peterson with their cousin during Winter
George and Margaret Peterson with their grandfather, Eugene Peterson
Glenn O. Coleman, Feb 5, 1930
Grant Wood to Mrs. Juliana R Force, December 30th - 1930
Group photograph of domestic workers
H. Hammer, 19 Allen Street, New York City, 1930.
Harry Flatow to Mrs. Force, March 12th, 1930
Herbert A. Morgan, March 20, 1930
Hotel McAlpin Broadway and 34th Street. One of New York’s most prominent hotels. In the heart of the shopping and midtown business districts and convenient to all amusements.
Hotel McAlpin, Broadway and 34th Street. One of New York's most prominent hotels. In the heart of the shopping and midtown business districts and convenient to all amusements.
Hotel Pennsylvania, 33rd Street, opposite Pennsylvania Railroad depot.
Jacob and Emil Leitner Inc.

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