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William Gray Hassler sitting on a rock ledge, New York City (?), 1909.
Piers 56, 57, and 58, North River, New York City, viewed from the Hudson River, March 22, 1909.
Monument with a bust of Edgar Allan Poe, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1909].
Monument with a bust of Edgar Allan Poe, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1909].
Monument with a bust of Edgar Allan Poe, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1909].
Monument with a bust of Edgar Allan Poe, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1909].
Presbyterian Hospital, Madison Avenue and East 70th Street, New York City, 1909. View west on 70th Street from Park Avenue.
Cooper Union, Astor Place between Fourth Avenue and Bowery, New York City, [1909?]. Built 1859; Frederick Peterson, architect.
Church of the Transfiguration (The Little Church Around the Corner), East 29th Street, New York City, 1909.
Queensboro Bridge, stretching from Queens Plaza to 59th Street; Gustav Lindenthal, engineer; Palmer & Hornbostel, architects; [1909?].
Queensboro Bridge, stretching from Queens Plaza to 59th Street, New York City; Gustav Lindenthal, engineer; Palmer & Hornbostel, architects; 1909.
Plaza Hotel, Fifth Avenue at 58th - 59th Streets, New York City, Henry Hardenbergh, architect, built 1907. Night view illuminated for the Hudson-Fulton celebration, 1909.
Wall Street, New York City, looking west from Nassau Street toward Trinity Church, [1909?]. Several buildings, including the Manhattan Trust Company, draped with flags.
The New Theatre, later called the Century Theatre, Central Park West and 62nd Street, New York City, Carrere & Hastings, architects, [1909?].
Hudson-Fulton celebration, Court of Honor, New York City, night illuminations,  September 26, 1909.
Boston, Massachusetts: Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury Street, July 28, 1909. Funeral of Dr. William R. Huntington.
East 30th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, New York City, 1909.
High angle of Madison Square Park and Flatiron Building on 23rd Street, viewed from the north, 1909; copy negative after an original photograph.
Boston, Massachusetts: Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury Street, July 28, 1909. Funeral of Dr. William R. Huntington.
Wall Street, New York City, looking west toward Trinity Church, 1909.
Custom House, Bowling Green, New York City, 1909.
Federal Hall (formerly the Sub treasury Building and Custom House), 28 Wall Street, corner of Nassau Street, New York City, 1909.
Manhattan: Fifth Avenue Building, Fifth Avenue and 23rd Street, 1909.
Manhattan: the S.S. Lusitania in New York Harbor against the lower Manhattan skyline, 1909. Broken neg.
Queensboro Bridge, stretching from Queens Plaza to 59th Street, New York City; Gustav Lindenthal, engineer; Palmer & Hornbostel, architects; 1909. Closer view of roadway.
View of Madison Square Park showing Madison Square Garden, New York City, [1909?].
Queensboro Bridge, from Queen's Plaza to 59th Street, seen from the Queens side, undated. Gustav Lindenthal, engineer; Palmer & Hornbostel, architects, 1909.
Manhattan: Herald Square, 1909. Elevated train line visible.
Old Shot Tower, Worth Street, New York City, 1909.
Manhattan: Cooper Square, 1909. View looking north. Cooper Union and elevated train tracks visible. Broken negative.
Morgan Building, corner of Wall Street and Nassau Street, New York City, decorated with flags, [1909?].
View along the Hudson River, looking north from 78th Street, New York City, 1909.
Boston, Massachusetts: Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury Street, July 28, 1909. Funeral of Dr. William R. Huntington.
Wall Street, New York City, looking west toward Trinity Church, [1909?].
Presbyterian Hospital, Madison Avenue and 70th Street, New York City, 1909.
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, 1909.
New York City Hall, City Hall Park, McComb & Mangin, architects, built 1802-1811. Night view illuminated for the Hudson-Fulton celebration, 1909.
Washington Arch, designed by McKim, Mead & White, 1892, Washington Square, New York City. View of night illuminations for the Hudson-Fulton celebrations, 1909.
Interior view of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church showing the church organ, Fifth Avenue and 55th Street, New York City, [1909?].
Westminster Hotel, Irving Place and West 18th Street, New York City, 1909.
Federal Hall (formerly the Subtreasury Building and Custom House), 28 Wall Street, corner of Nassau Street, New York City, [1909?].
Manhattan: Bellevue Hospital, 1909.
Queensboro Bridge, from Queen's Plaza to 59th Street, seen from the Queens side, undated. Gustav Lindenthal, engineer; Palmer & Hornbostel, architects, 1909.
Manhattan: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1909.