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Brooklyn: 4th Avenue at Flatbush Avenue, 1917.
Manhattan: S.S. Leviathan, Pier 86 NR, 1924.
Newtown: Burroughs family burial place, in the rear of the C. Card House, north side of Corona Avenue opposite Hanover Street, Corona, 1922.
Bayshore, New York: dining room fireplace, Sagtikos Manor House, undated.
Brooklyn: triumphal arch, Grand Army Plaza, viewed from behind a pool or fountain, undated.
Flatlands: Johannes Lott house, built 1775, westerly side of Strom Kill, Avenue Q around E. 30th Street. Taken down ca. 1905.
Newtown: north side of Grand Street, Washington Park buildings in rear, Maspeth, 1923.
Rockaway: Hotel Montauk, northwest corner of Mott Avenue and railroad tracks, Far Rockaway, 1923.
Lower Manhattan: 191-193 Hudson Street, west side between Vestry Street and Debrosses Street, undated.
New York City: 59th Street [Queensboro] Bridge, undated.
Manhattan: the full span of the Brooklyn Bridge, viewed from the south, from the water, 1903.
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.
Lower Manhattan: [Hester Street or Ludlow Street, undated.]
Flushing: St. George's Episcopal Church, west side of Main Street from Church Street (Garden Street) to Locust Street, 1924.
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.
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.
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).
Flushing: Peter Van Bergen House, near the southwest corner of Jamaica Avenue [i.e. Kissena Boulevard] and Franconia [?] Avenue, 1923.
New York City: Trinity Building, 11 Broadway, and Trinity Church graveyard, ca. 1904.
New York City: steamship 'North Land,' undated
Gravesend: former Coney Island House, built 1829, 2866 W. 6 Street between Neptune Avenue and Sheepshead Bay Road, 1923. Second site.
Flatlands: Jacobus Schenck House, near Canarsie Lane and the junction with Rockaway Avenue and Avenue N, Canarsie, 1898. Demolished ca. 1912.
New York City: High Bridge, undated.
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.
Brooklyn: the Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Beach, undated (ca. 1905).
Gravesend: Tappen's Hotel, northwest corner of Emmons Avenue and E. 27 Street, Sheepshead Bay, 1923.
Gravesend: J. Fritz's Hotel (Lewis House, formerly Linderman's Hotel), northeast corner of Emmons Avenue and E. 23 Street, Sheepshead Bay, 1923.
Manhattan: the Vanderbilt [Peacock?] coach (Dobbs Ferry to Hastings) in front of Holland House, Fifth Avenue and 30th Street, undated.
Jamaica: 466 - 478 Jamaica, southwest corner plot on Canal [?] Avenue, 1923. Rear view.
Livingston County: view from Jackson's Hotel and Health Resort, Dansville, July 1925.
Fleischmanns: Lake Switzerland, Catskill Mountains, July 1925.
New York City: welcome parade at Bowling Green, 1926.
Newtown: Bolsen House (florist), 150 Queens Boulevard, southeast corner of Queens Boulevard and Woodhaven Avenue, 1924. Built by Bolsen.
Flatlands: remodelled Elijah H. Kimball House, northwest corner of Avenue U and Lott's Lane, 1922.
Flushing: Walker House, 215 Sanford Avenue, northwest corner of Bowne Avenue, 1924.
Bushwick: Brooklyn City Railroad barn, southeast corner of Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street, 1922.
Manhattan: interior of unidentified gothic-style church, undated.
Manhattan: the Hudson Theatre, 1904.
Williamsburg: former Farmers and Citizens Bank, later Minden's [?] Hotel, 1924.
Manhattan: Grace Church, Broadway and 10th Street, undated.

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