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"Jones of Pittsburgh," undated (ca. 1911-1921).
"Jones of Pittsburgh," undated (ca. 1911-1921).
"Keep off the grass" sign in Central Park near the Reservoir, New York City, March 5, 1891.
"Prinzessin Victoria Louise," undated. 'Montclair ' in background.
"The Heart of the Horseshoe," Horseshoe Falls, Niagara Falls, undated.
"Viking ship," undated.
#92 cluster socket, November 14, 1916. Photographed for the Benjamin Electric Company, 114 Liberty Street.
'Dr. Tanner's Well' [Tanner's Spring], Central Park, in line with W. 82nd Street, New York City, August 25, 1899
'Dr. Tanner's Well' [Tanner's Spring], Central Park, in line with W. 82nd Street, New York City, September 28, 1897
'Drugs / Soda' sign for Alhambra Pharmacy, 2100 Seventh Avenue, New York City, January 31, 1917. Photographed for Lawrence L. Strauss
'Fat women's race', Isham Park 4th of July ceremonies, Inwood, New York City, July 5, 1915
'Filling' [i.e. coating] the body of a wooden casket, Oneida, N.Y., April 3, 1916. Photographed for the National Casket Company (Oneida, N.Y.)
'Filling' the top and ogee of a wooden casket, Oneida, N.Y., April 3, 1916. Photographed for the National Casket Company (Oneida, N.Y.)
'Flowing' the wooden caskets in an air-tight room, Oneida, N.Y., April 3, 1916. Photographed for the National Casket Company (Oneida, N.Y.)
'Hoopla Group' portrait, Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, Kingsbridge, Bronx, undated (ca. 1912)
'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
'Midget City,' Chicago World's Fair, undated (ca. 1933-1934). Broken negative
'Mother Goose' party group portrait, Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, Kingsbridge, Bronx, undated (ca. 1912)
'Oldest House in the United States.' St. Augustine, Florida, undated (ca. 1917-1919)
'Our car' (probably the Bjorkman family automobile) in the Painted Desert, Adamana, Arizona, September 20, 1915
'Sis' house,' Garrison, N.Y., 1901
'Smith's Folly,' E. 60th Street and 1st Avenue, New York City,  March 4, 1917
'Smith's Folly,' E. 60th Street and 1st Avenue, New York City,  March 4, 1917
'Street' spring on E. 176th Street, 150 feet east of Jerome Avenue, Bronx, New York City, October 10, 1897. View looking east
'Street' spring on E. 176th Street, 150 feet east of Jerome Avenue, Bronx, New York City, October 10, 1897. View looking east
'Tent city' cabanas and Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado Beach, California, September 10, 1915
'The boys are coming home today': a welcome home dinner, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1905-1910?]
'The boys are coming home today': coming down the street, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1905-1910?]
'The boys are coming home today': coming down the street, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1905-1910?]
'The boys are coming home today': standing at the gate, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1905-1910?]
'U.S. Marine Corps 2' car driving in a victory parade, Washington D.C., undated (1918)
'U.S. Marine Corps 2' car driving in a victory parade, Washington D.C., undated (1918).
'Weller boy' in an Indian costume, undated (ca. 1912)
'William's first Xmas tree,' New York City, December 1906.
'Youngest child' in the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, Kingsbridge, Bronx, undated (ca. 1912).
100-year-old house on Stillwater Road, Stamford, Conn., May 25, 1914. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
1001 to 1009 Madison Avenue at East 78th Street, New York City, [June 6, 1914]. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
1043 to 1047 Teller Avenue, Bronx, undated [ca. December 1915-January 1916].
1044 to 1080 Findlay Avenue, Bronx, undated [ca. December 1915-January 1916].
1045 Fox Street, [Bronx], August 18, 1915. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
1049 Faile Street, Bronx, undated [ca. December 1915-January 1916].
106 W. 30th Street, New York City, December 9, 1914. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
1060 Jackson Avenue, Queens [or Bronx?], September 22, 1914. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
1077 to 1081 Teller Avenue, Bronx, undated [ca. December 1915-January 1916].
108 Fourth Avenue, New York City, October 28, 1914. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
108 Warburton Avenue, (Yonkers?), April 10, 1917.
108 to 118 Waverly Place, New York City, undated. [Photographed for?] R.H. Davies, Bayard, Taylor & R. Henry Stoddard.
109 W. 130th Street, New York City, May 13, 1915. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
109 Wall Street, New York City, undated (ca. October 1917). Photographed for the Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company.
109 Wall Street, New York City, undated (ca. October 1917). Photographed for the Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company.

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