United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Dance music;Piano music;Popular music--1911-1920
Pale green background featuring an illustration of a chateau enveloped by clouds and a copy of a letter from William Pitt Rivers complimenting Will Donaldson on his three step composition. Stylized text, "with complete instructions for dancing."
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Advertising;Sheet music
Back cover of Original Chateau Three Step advertising the song, "When the Twilight Comes to Kiss the Rose 'Good-Night.'" Includes cover art and sample bars from sheet music. Also, features listing of various song titles available from publisher's...
Located at Kingsbridge Ave. & W. 230th St., Automobile Warehouses, Inc. serviced up to 4,000 new cars which came in monthly before being sent to dealers and customers. The boundary line of the Bronx and Manhattan ran through the parking lot in...
Aerial view of Liebmann Breweries, Inc. that was purchased from John Eichler Breweries, Inc. in May, 1947. This Bronx auxiliary plant of Liebmann was at 169th St. & Third Ave. The Third Ave. El can be seen in the middle of the plant site.
April 11th 1918.
Mr. Edwin Markham
92 Waters Ave.
West New Brighton, N.Y.
As you will see from the enclosed announcement I have recently secured the controlling interest in the “International Monthly, Inc.” and shall henceforth,...
The main plant of R. Hoe & Co., Inc., known for its rotary printing equipment, presses and saws, located on the East River at 138th St. The company took over the site in the 1920s, with buildings from an ice box company. Hoe added buildings and...
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano;Songs with piano;Popular music--1911-1920
Blue and orange illustrations of the Hotel Shelburne, Reisenweber's and a woman in the ocean wearing a swimsuit and cap. Stylized text, "from Reisenweber's Summer Revue, 'Splash Me, 1916.' Produced at the Hotel Shelburne."
Clothing and dress;Stores, Retail;Coats of arms;Hats;Millinery;Hat trade;
Illustration of small coat of arms in upper left corner. Text,"Cumberland 6-8110" and name and address of company and name of manager. Verso side: Annotation in ink of payment received for one hat and signature of Jack Blume.
Conference chairperson Betty Powell, Charlotte Bunch, an editor of Quest: a Feminist Quarterly; Barbara Gittings, long time gay activist; Julia P. Stanley, writer and feminist separatist. Partially visible: Bert Hansen.