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Brooklyn: 4th Avenue at Flatbush Avenue, 1917.
Eland New York Zoological Park
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
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.]
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].
Bushwick: unidentified creek [possibly Maspeth Creek?], undated.
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
1 set lithographs out of Folio D, Mar. 30, 1929
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
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.
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.
West 42nd Street at Sixth Avenue, New York City, June 20, 1934: Union Dime Savings Bank. Also 3 empty billboards.
Hermit crabs
Long Island City: [John Alsop House, on high ground south of Old Bowery Road, north of Wolcott Avenue and east of DeBevoise Avenue (later 2nd Avenue), 1923. 3/4 rear view.]
New York City: Seventh Avenue looking north from 40th Street, showing the New York Times Building, undated. Stereograph.
Italian Garden. New York Zoological Park
Broadway at West 47th Street, New York City, October 30, 1931: Canadian National Exhibition, Bond Bread (partial), Bowery Savings Bank (partial), Union Dime Savings Bank (partial).
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.
Campfest
Lower Manhattan: [Hester Street or Ludlow Street, undated.]
Grace, Daisy, and Willie watching the hay being loaded, Garrison, N.Y., 1901.
Flushing: St. George's Episcopal Church, west side of Main Street from Church Street (Garden Street) to Locust Street, 1924.
Unidentified factory with active smokestack, Bronx, N.Y. [?], undated.
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.

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