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American Railway Express Nepperhan Station, Yonkers, New York, September 28, 1919. Photographed for Joseph P. Day.
Andrew O'Connor to Mrs. Whitney, January 27, 1919
Brevoort Hotel, Fifth Avenue and 8th Street, New York City, 1919. (Roege 9339)
Broadway and Seventh Avenue at 47th Street [i.e. 46th Street?], New York City, circa 1919. Empty billboards above the Gaiety Theatre.
Broadway and West 58th Street [i.e. West 57th Street?], New York City, circa 1919: Star Tire Company, Fred A. Smith Co., N.Y. School of Automobile Engineers, Fry Plugs.
Claridge Hotel, east side of Broadway from 43rd Street to 44th Street, New York City, 1919.  (Boyette 9433)
Corner of Fifth Avenue and W. 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919. No billboards visible.
Eighth Avenue and 58th Street, New York City, circa 1919: Fred A. Smith Company (automotive), Robert Burns Cigars, Star Tire Company, Goodrich Tires.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Adams Black Jack Gum, Live Leather Belt, Moe Levy & Sons.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway, New York City, circa 1919: Kissel-Silver-Apperson, Strand Theatre / Paramount Pictures, Booth Theatre, Live Leather Belt.
Mabel Hampton Collection
Mabel Hampton Collection
Madison Avenue and East 59th Street [i.e. between 59th Street and 60th Street], New York City, circa 1919: American Music Hall, Plaza Music Hall, New York Hippodrome.
Sailors' Snug Harbor Photographs
Sailors' Snug Harbor Photographs
Sailors' Snug Harbor Photographs
Streetcar interior advertisement for the September 23, 1919 auction of properties in the Claflin Estate in University Heights, Bronx, undated [1919].
Third Avenue and East 166th Street, Bronx, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Live Leather Belt. Also L. Oppenheimer (grocer) storefront.
Third Avenue and East 166th Street, Bronx, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Live Leather Belt. Also L. Oppenheimer (grocer) storefront.
Third Avenue and East 166th Street, Bronx, New York City, circa 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Live Leather Belt. Also L. Oppenheimer (grocer) storefront.
West 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, New York City, circa 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Brill Brothers. Storefronts for Alva Photo Shop and Leight Bros. Outfitting Co.
West side of Broadway from Franklin Street to Leonard Street, New York City, 1919. (Roege 9323)
Willis Avenue near 148th Street, Bronx, New York City, circa 1919: Brooklyn Shoe, Fashionette Invisible Hair Nets, Klein's Klassy Klothes (Joseph M. Klein), Loft Candy.
Willis Avenue near 148th Street, Bronx, New York City, circa 1919: Brooklyn Shoe, Hudson Fur Manufacturing Company, Klein's Klassy Klothes (Joseph M. Klein), Loft Candy.