Opening Day for the Bronx Savings Bank at 1735 University Ave. 7,305 individual accounts totaling $316,000 were deposited this day. Also shown are a 44th police precinct. car, local stores, and a billboard.
Sailors' Snug Harbor photographs, SUNY Maritime College, Staten Island, New York.
Various news clippings from the Staten Island Advance are shown with photo included. Keywords: A. M. Calpini, Staten Island Outdoor Art Show, Auto accident, gate, advance photographer herds stray horses with car, Rev. Wallace Wood, chaplain, Men's...
Image taken from the Northeast side of Fifth Avenue and 34th Street. The buildings on the opposite side of Fifth Avenue looking south are visible, starting with the Empire State Building which dominates the image. The image features crowds on the...
An aerial view of approximately a dozen storefronts in mid Manhattan featuring signage advertising "Jim Corbetts", the services of trained nurses, a doctor's office, soda and ice cream. Elevated subway tracks and a cable car are also visible.
Color postcard depicting Herald Square and the intersection of Broadway and Sixth Avenue. The image also shows the Sixth Avenue El and the 33rd Street train station and car traffic on the streets below.
One-page letter from J. J. Price in Atlanta, Georgia, to E. H. Stokes [of Richmond, Virginia] reporting on expenses of transporting slaves and "whites" in a train car to Petersburg [probably Virginia].
Art, American--20th century--Inventories; Whitney Studio Galleries--Paperwork (Office practice); Art, American--20th Century--Sales; Circus in art;
Sales receipt written by Whitney Studio Galleries and Charles DeMuth, dated April 30 (year not recorded). Sold: "Tatttttooood Man" [sic] by Carl Walters. Exhibited in Circus in Paint. Mr. Locher's address written on verso.