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Brooklyn: 4th Avenue at Flatbush Avenue, 1917.
Eland New York Zoological Park
West 47th Street, looking east from Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1928.
Sixth Avenue and West 44th Street, New York City, 1921: Winter Garden Theatre, empty billboard.
Manhattan: S.S. Leviathan, Pier 86 NR, 1924.
[Letter] 1912 July 31 [to] Comrade Mras
Columns of the court of honor on Fifth Avenue erected for the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, New York City, 1909.
Unionport Bridge
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.
Newtown: [truck hauling a small house / large shed, at the intersection of Jackson Avenue and 24th Street, undated.]
Newtown: [small creek or ditch behind unidentified buildings, winter, undated.]
Boys working near the greenhouse, Hart Island Reformatory for Boys, Hart Island, Bronx, N.Y., July 12, 1913.
Home News sign, W. 125th Street, New York City, undated [ca. July 1916]. Photographed for Lawrence L. Strauss.
1049 Faile Street, Bronx, undated [ca. December 1915-January 1916].
Unidentified woman using electric hairdressing tools, probably L.M. Burt's Vanitie Beauty Shoppe, 2788 Broadway, New York City, April 3, 1917.
Flatlands: unidentified neighborhood with trolley tracks in foreground, undated.
Yacht in the Hudson River off Locust Grove, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., [c. 1898].
Flushing: [C. Backus House, Rocky Hill Road, west side, at Granger Avenue, 1923].
St. Paul's Chapel decorated for Columbus Day, New York City, undated (ca. 1890-1910).
Bushwick: unidentified creek [possibly Maspeth Creek?], undated.
Brooklyn: triumphal arch, Grand Army Plaza, viewed from behind a pool or fountain, undated.
William Gray Hassler walking along a dirt road with fishing rod and net, probably New York City, undated (ca. 1912-1915).
Flatlands: Johannes Lott house, built 1775, westerly side of Strom Kill, Avenue Q around E. 30th Street. Taken down ca. 1905.
Far Rockaway Women's Democratic Club host luncheon
Sailboat, Orchard Beach, Bronx, N.Y., 1910.
1 set lithographs out of Folio D, Mar. 30, 1929
Jefferson Democratic Club, 157th St. Melrose Avenue [formerly the Hoag residence], Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1897-1918].
Newtown: north side of Grand Street, Washington Park buildings in rear, Maspeth, 1923.
Brooklyn: unidentified building [church or meeting hall?], undated.
Schlickerman telegram endorsing John B. Johnston
Steamboat, Oak Point, Port Morris, Bronx, N.Y., undated [c. 1897-1905].
Rockaway: Hotel Montauk, northwest corner of Mott Avenue and railroad tracks, Far Rockaway, 1923.
Bonita and Ira's grandfather
Lower Manhattan: 191-193 Hudson Street, west side between Vestry Street and Debrosses Street, undated.
64- 66 North Moore Street, New York City, March 17, 1916. Photographed for Joseph P. Day. Blurred.
New York City: 59th Street [Queensboro] Bridge, undated.
Flushing: unidentified house, undated.
Mrs. Charles Saus and baby, March 27, 1921.
[Letter] 1917 May 31, Baltimore, Md. [to] Mr. Markham
Rogers for state committeeman
Patchogue / Bell Port / Yaphank / Brookhaven / Middle Island / Selden / Corem: [view down unidentified road, undated. Tall wire fence to right; wood railing to left.]
Mrs. Stonebridge (in hat) and unidentified day trippers, Croton Point, N.Y., July 7, 1903.
Prairie dog [?] in enclosure, New York Zoological Gardens [the Bronx Zoo], Bronx, N.Y., 1899.
West 42nd Street at Sixth Avenue, New York City, June 20, 1934: Union Dime Savings Bank. Also 3 empty billboards.
Hermit crabs

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