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2006.14.58
McCall/Mehiel Button
2006.14.59
Mary Anne Krupsak Button
2006.14.60
I'm for Malcolm Wilson Button
2006.14.61
Rockefeller button
2006.14.62
I'm a democrat from Rocky
2006.14.63
Samuels Button
2006.14.64
Governor Samuels button
2006.14.65
Ed Samuels button
2006.14.66
Elect Carey Governor Button
2006.14.67
Elect Nadjari button
2006.14.68
Conservative Keating Button
2006.14.69
Mario Cuomo Button
2006.14.70
Re-Elect McCall button
2006.14.71
Re-elect Goodman button
2006.14.72
Abrams Attorney General button
2006.14.74
Blumenthal/Clingan button
2006.14.73
Peter Lane pin
2006.14.75
Re-elect Frank Padavan Button
2006.14.76
Yes yes Nanette Dembitz button
2006.14.77
Cliff Wilson Cares Button
2006.14.78
Nolan button
2006.14.79
Susan Alter button
2006.14.80
David Weprin Button
2006.14.81
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2006.14.82
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2006.14.83
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2006.14.84
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2006.14.85
Di Falco button
2006.14.86
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2006.14.87
Re-elect Councilman Clingan
2006.14.88
Elect Robert Sikorski button
2006.14.89
Elect All Stabile Button
2006.14.90
Elect Peter Chanhales
2006.14.91
Folio of mural studies and magazine cover designs
1930s-1940s
2006.18.1-13
Loss of the packet ship Albion
1822
LIB.SY.1822.28
Thoughts on African Colonization
1832
LIB.E448.G24.1832
The Life of Arthur Tappan
1870
LIB.CT.T1746.T3
A word for the African: a sermon, for the benefit of the American colonization society, delivered in the Second Presbyterian church, Newark, July 24, 1825
1825
LIB.E448.H22
Eulogium on the Life and Character of William Wilberforce, Esq.
1833
LIB.HT.1029.W5.H9.1833
A memoir of Granville Sharp : to which is added Sharp's "Law of passive obedience," and an extract from his "Law of retribution"
1836
LIB.HT1162.S85
Minutes of the 4th Annual Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Color
1834
LIB.Y1831-1835.Convent AF-Amer
Declaration of sentiments of the American Anti-Slavery Society : adopted at the formation of said society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th day of December, 1833
Publication: 1848-1855
LIB.E449.A53.1848
The Child's Anti-Slavery Book
1859
LIB.E449.C5372
The Slave's Friend, Vol II
1836
LIB.YC.1836.Slaves Friend Vol
A lecture on the Haytien revolutions: with a sketch of the character of Toussaint L'Ouverture
1841
LIB.CT.Box.T7347.S5
A Dissertation on the Influence of Climate on Longevity
1846
LIB.GF71.S65.1846
Brown Brothers Correspondence Ledger
1825
MSS.BrownBrothers.FirstLedger.
J.W. Pennington
PR.005.1
Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising
1887
LIB.E185.96.S45
Reverend Samuel Cornish
1825
PR.052.1
To The Honorable Cornelius W. Lawrence, Mayor of New York
1834
LIB.SY.1834.25
American Bastille
LIB.E458.8.M36.1870F.XL
Letter, "I estimate that an attack..."
1834
MSS.AHMC.Riots.NYC.1834.Comm.t
Elephant; symbol for Ichabod T. Williams & Sons
c. 1890
2006.16ab
Doll recovered from the World Trade Center Recovery Effort: Little Red
c. 2000
2006.17
The Bombardment of Ft. Sumter, Charleston Harbor
1861
PR.068.9
The Vigilance Committee Appeal
1844
LIB.SY.1844.39
An Address Delivered by James M. Smith Aged 11 Years
1824
MSS.BV.AfricanFreeSchool.Vol4.
Medallion w/ ribbon
1940.288
Washington Centennial Souvenier
1940.294
Pin
INV.6264
Medal: War with Spain
1845.51
Drawing from a bound album
1935.85.1.1-180
Drawing from a bound album
1874-80
1935.85.2.1-308
Sketch from a bound album
1877-98
1935.85.3.1-155
Medal: Washington Hunt to Brig Gen J. Watts de Peyster
3391c.4
Important meeting of the African Civilization Society, at the Cooper Institute, Wednesday evening, March 7th, 1860, at eight o'clock
1860
LIB.SY.1860.48
The Riots in New York: Conflict Between the Military and the Rioters in First Avenue
1863
PR.020.100.2
Broadway, A.T. Stewart Dry Goods Store
1851
PR.020.FF.28
The Riots in New York: Destruction of the Colored Orphan Asylum
1863
PR.020.100.3
We want F.D.R. again
1940.698[dup]
Sojourner Truth Monument
1999
2007.13
Great Attraction at the Masonic Hall...Joice Heth
1835
LIB.SY.1835.49
A Slave Market in Alexandria
1863
PR.068.6
Tammany Hall in Its Glory
1856
PR.020.100.1
Badge
1941.415[dup]
The Miscegenation Ball
1864
PR.010.1864.3
Havemeyers and Elder, sugar refinery
PR.020.8.1
The Results of Abolitionism
1835
PR.068.26
The Constitutional Amendment!
1866
PR.068.13
Delmonico
1850
PR.020.80.5
Franklin House
PR.020.66.2
Band of 107th U.S. Colored Infantry
1865
PR.088.Vol.17.Last.page
Album presented to Major M.S. Euen by Co. C., P.P.
1860-1869
PR.002.Album99
Pin w/ photo of McKinley
1941.496[dup]
The Disapointed Abolitionists
1838
PR.010.1838.14
Union & Liberty or Union & Slavery
1864
PR.010.1864.31
Button
1941.494a
Button
1941.494b
Button
Z.2190[dup]
Button
1940.526[dup]
Button
1940.533[dup]
Design for a Mural of Mechanical and Industrial Subjects at the American Artist School
1936-1937
2006.18.1
Button
1940.707a
Button
1940.707b
Construction Scene: Study for a Mural at P.S. 41, New York City
1938
2006.18.2
Sailing Scene: Study for a Mural at Greenpoint Hospital, Brooklyn; verso: abstract sketches
1930s
2006.18.3
Allegory of the Industrial Sciences: Study for the Main Panel of an Unexecuted Mural for Far Rockaway High School Library, New York
1938
2006.18.4
Knitting, Weaving, and the Jacquard Loom: Mural Design for Textile High School, New York City, and Two Studies
1930s
2006.18.5
Knitting, Weaving, and the Jacquard Loom: Preliminary Study for a Mural at Textile High School, New York City
1930s
2006.18.6
Picnic Scene: Design for the Cover of "The New Yorker"
ca. 1937
2006.18.7
Depression Crowd with Men in Coats and Hats: Design for the Cover of "The New Yorker"
mid-1930s
2006.18.8
Life Study of Ballet Class
1934-1935
2006.18.9
School of Ballet: Design for a Cover of "The New Yorker"
1934-1935
2006.18.10
School of Ballet: Design for a Cover of "The New Yorker"
1934-1935
2006.18.11
School of Ballet: Design Layout for a Cover of "The New Yorker"
1934-1935
2006.18.12
School of Ballet: Design for a Cover of "The New Yorker"
1934-1935
2006.18.13
Morgan Iron Works
1861
MSS.BV.War1861-1865.UnionDefen
City Hall, New York
1834
PR.020.63.1
Get off the track! : a song for Emmancipation, sung by the Hutchinsons, respectfully dedicated to Nath.l P. Rogers, as a mark of esteem for his intrepidity in the cause of human rights
1844
LIB.M1622a.Hutchinson
Letter from Jose M. Morales to Moses Taylor
November 23, 1836
MSS.Moses.Taylor.papers
Ike in '56
INV.6880[dup]
Uncle Tom's Cabin [card game with box and 20 cards]
1852
LIB.YC.1852.Uncle
Walker's Appeal, In Four Articles
1829
LIB.E441.Box.W1784.W3
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
1862
LIB.Y1862.Jacobs
My Bondage and My Freedom
1855
LIB.CT.D7375.A2.1855
Contracts for Clothing, Equipment, and Supplies for Troops
August 1, 1861 - March 1, 1862
MSS.BV.Morgan.Contracts
Uncle Tom's Cabin Vol. 1
1852
LIB.PS2954.U5.1852b
Anticipations of the future, to serve as lessons for the present time. In the form of extracts of letters from an English resident in the United States, to the London Times, from 1864 to 1870
1860
LIB.E438.R92.1860
Alabama document, signed by Genl Assembly, Jan 9, 1836, countersigned by Secy of State, Jan 21, 1836
1836
MSS.AHMC.Alabama
Position of the Democratic Party in 1852
1852
PR.010.1852.13
Office of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 61 John Street, New-York, Nov. 1, 1850. : Dear Sir, the annexed pledge is sent to you with an earnest request that you will do all in your power, with the aid of friends of the cause in your localit
September 18, 1850
LIB.SY.1850.76
Liberty, the Fair Maid of Kansas - in the hands of the "Border Ruffians"
1856
PR.010.1855.2
Rear View: United States Hotel, Saratoga Springs
1843
PR.020.FF.15
Songs of Freedom
October 7, 1850
LIB.SY.1850.33
American Theatre, Bowery, New York
1895-1896
PR.020.FF.7
The Balls Are Rolling - Clear the Track
1856
PR.010.1856.7
Jim Crow
PR.104.1
The Great Republican Reform Party, calling on their Candidate
1856
PR.010.1856.13
A Proslavery Incantation Scene or Shakespeare Improved
1856
PR.010.1856.17
Southern Chivalry - Argument versus Club's
1856
PR.010.1856.4
St. Charles Theatre [playbill for Saturday, Dec. 16, 1843]
1843
PR.055.06.Folder.Minstrels
The Democratic Platform
1856
PR.010.1856.6
The Dis-United States. - A Black Business
1861
PR.068.7
"The Nigger" in the Woodpile
1860
PR.010.1860.8
The Fox Without a Tail
1861
PR.010.1860.2
North Eastern View of Charleston with North Eastern Railroad
PR.020.FF.31
J.W. Pennington
PR.052.Box.103.Folder.PEC-PEP
National Theatre [playbill for September 1st, 1853]
1853
PR.055.06.Folder.1850s-Nationa
The Fifteenth Amendment, Celebrated May 19th, 1870.
1870
PR.068.12
A.T. Stewart Residence
ca. 1864-1869
PR.020.78.1
Siamese Twins
1836
LIB.SY.1836.55
Christy's and White's Ethiopian melodies : containing two hundred and ninety-one of the best and most popular and approved Ethiopian melodies ever written
ca. 1854
LIB.M1670.C6
The Gallant Charge of the Fifty Fourth Massachusetts (colored) Regiment
1863
PR.068.14
Frederick Douglass. The Colored Champion of Freedom
PR.052.Medium.Folder.Doo-Dq
Portrait of Bernard Schiff (1921-2005)
c. 1956
2006.19
Chelsea Jeans
n.d.
2002.85.2
Shipping a piano from France to Louisiana
1860
MSS.Leverich.Papers.Box11.Fold
Address of the New-York City Anti-Slavery Society, to the people of the city of New-York
1833
LIB.E441.Box .N53282.A4
Letter about ordering uniforms from Brooks Bros.
MSS.Morgan.E.D.LargeFolio.2
Proclamation of Emancipation
PR.068.8
The Merchants Exchange, New York
6/27/1846
PR.020.59.1
The St. George Society's Dinner at Delmonico's on 23rd April 1857
PR.020.66.1
Pictorial map of New York and vicinity, showing the suburban towns, and railroad and water communications
1871
LIB.NS4.M32.3.10.1
Howes & Gardener's Olympic Arena Announcment
1844
LIB.Y.1844.Howes
The Suffrage Question in Relation to Colored Voters in the State of New York
1860
LIB.SY.1860.140
The Draft Riots in New York- The Battle in Second Avenue
1863
PR.020.100.4
Interior View of the First Grand Hall of the Museum
1851
PR.020.FF.29
Wooden block for 20" Arrowhead shade
1904
2007.4.1
Linen drawing for 22" Dragonfly shade model
ca. 1900-1906
2007.4.2
Patterns for 22" Dragonfly shade (model 1507)
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.3
Linen drawing for 14" Daffodil shade
ca. 1900-1906
2007.4.4
Patterns for 14" Daffodil shade
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.5ab
Drawing for 20" Daffodil shade model 1497
ca. 1900 - 1906
2007.4.6
Patterns for 20" Daffodil shade model 1497
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.7
Linen drawing for 22" Peony shade model 1505
1900-1904
2007.4.8
Patterns for 22" Peony shade (model 1505)
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.9
Filigree parts for dragonfly wings and poppy centers
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.10
Tiffany Studios Factory Requisition
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.11.2
Record book, June 1908 - April 1909
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.12.1
Roll of copper foil
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.13
Scoring pattern tray
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.14
Pair of groziers
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.15
Partial sheet of streaky green mottled glass
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.16
Partial sheet of green/ yellow streaky mottled glass, hammered
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.17
Partial sheet of streaky yellow glass
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.18
Partial sheet of streaky orange/ pink glass
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.19
Partial sheet of yellow streaky glass
ca. 1900 - 1920
2007.4.20
Linen drawing for Poppy Shade design 1598
ca. 1906-1910
2007.4.21
Patterns for Poppy shade (model 1598)
ca. 1906-1910
2007.4.22a,b
Design drawing for Daffodil and Narcissus shade (model 1917)
ca. 1910-1913
2007.4.23
Parade on Broadway for McKinley & Hobart
1896
PR.008.1
South-west corner of Irving Place and Sixteenth Street
1909
PR.020.19.1
Madison Square and Fifth Avenue
1898
PR.020.51.1
Metropolitan Opera House
1897-1898
PR.020.84.1
Twenty-third Street west of Sixth Avenue
1900
PR.020.FF.2
Brown Brothers, Irving Place, showing east side from Eighteenth Street to Gramercy Park South
March, 1909
PR.020.19.2
Madison Square Garden seen from the Park
1900
PR.020.31.1
Metropolitan Museum of Art
ca. 1901-1910
PR.028.1
Bicycling for Women
PR.031.4
Madison Square Presbyterian Church
ca. 1906
PR.042.2
Ernestine Schumann-Heink (1861-1936)
ca. 1900
PR.104.2
Edwin Booth as Hamlet
1870-1879
PR.104.3
Interior of 23rd Street Subway Station
Feb. 4, 1905
PR.069.1
Fuller (Flat Iron) Building, New York
1903
PR.020.61.1
Delaware Water-Gap
1830
PR.221.55
Field Telegraph Station, n.d.
PR.065.0771.0002
Artist Alfred R. Ward sketching, 1863
PR.065.0777.0001
All Over Now; Confederate sharp-shoot, 1863
PR.065.0793.0020
Union dead at Gettysburg, 1863
PR.065.0793.0055
The Ambulance Corps, n.d.
PR.065.0800.0067
Camp Scene, Ft. Monroe, ca. 1862-1864
PR.065.0807.0002
Hospital at Fredericksburg, 1864
PR.065.0808.0007
C.S. soldier killed…Petersburg, VA, 1865
PR.065.0811.0014
Confederate soldiers laid out…[1864?]
PR.065.0813.0007
Hospital Cooking Department, n.d.
PR.164.5.54.HOSP
Wounded at Savage Station, After the Baggle of 27th June, 1862
June 27th, 1862
PR.164.8.491
Incidents of the War. General Post-Office, Army of
December 1863
PR.164.7.81.PO
Contraband burying remains of the fallen; 2nd Bull
PR.164.3.32.40639
Skirmishing, New River (1862)/J. Nep. Roesler
PR.068.20
Yankee Volunteers Marching into Dixie/Bufford
PR.068.21
Battle of Fredericksburg, VA 12/13/1862
PR.068.16
Portrait of an Unidentified Young Man; verso: six studies of male heads (several of Charles Gifford 1827-1861) and one of a horse, 1844
1844
1983.49
Field Telegraph, Battery Wagon, 1864
September 1864
PR.164.9.92
C.S.A
ca. 1861-1865
PR.022.8
Camp scene from photograph
ca. 1861-1865
PR.022.4
For Union
1861-1865
PR.022.7
[Train with Flag]
ca. 1861-1865
PR.022.5
If I Cannot Fight, I Can Feed Those Who Do.
ca. 1861-1865
PR.022.6
We are Seven
PR.022.1
Bayard account book, 1742-43
MSS.BV.Bayard.1
United States Treasury Department License for Sugar Producer
PR.031.56.SUGAR.US.LIC
Havemeyers & Elder Sugar Refinery
PR.031.56.SUGAR.HAV.1
Havemeyers & Elder Eagle Brand Granulated Sugar
PR.031.56.SUGAR.HAV.TC
Havemeyers & Elder Sugar Refiners
PR.031.56.SUGAR.HAV.BILL
R.L. & A. Stuart's Steam Sugar Refinery
PR.031.56.SUGAR.STUART
Every lady's book: an instructor in the art of making every variety of plain and fancy cakes, pastry, confectionery, blanc mange, jellies…by a lady of New York.
LIB.TX715.C93.1844
Am I Not a Woman & a Sister
1838
2006.21.1
Am I Not a Man & a Brother
ca. 1800
2006.21.2
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13869a
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13869d
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13869c
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13867a
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13879a
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13879b
Fugio cent
1787
INV.13879c
Cufflinks, pair
ca. 1939
2006.28.1a,b
Watch fob or key chain
ca. 1939
2006.28.2
Bookmark
ca. 1939
2006.28.3
Ceremonial New York City street sign for Frederick Douglass Landing
2005
2006.25
Re-Elect Betsy Gotbaum
ca. 2005
2006.22
Roundels from the West Side Highway, New York City
ca. 1931
2006.31.1-5
Portrait of Antoinette Kraushaar
ca. 1925
2006.30
Chrysler Building
1996
2006.29
Astor House
ca.1853-1859
PR.020.65.1
John Laurance (1750-1810)
1792
1886.2
Jones' Prepared Paper for the Million
ca. 1868
2007.1
Broadway, N.Y. 1853
ca. 1898-1900
PR.020.FF.3
De Bow's Review
1861
LIB.HFI.D2.vol.30.Feb.1861
Interior of a Dry Goods House
PR.020.62.1
Soldier John Kirkham's Certificate of Service in Corcoran's Irish Legion
MSS.William.D.Murphy.Papers
Les Modes Parisiennes
PR.068.5
Die Zehn Wirthschafts Gebote [The Ten Commandments of the Barroom]
1875
PR.020.FF.22
Construction of the New Saint Patrick's Cathedral
PR.020.56.1
Asher B. Durand
ca. 1854
PR.012.2.8.03
Asher B. Durand
1869
PR.011.3
Robert L. Stuart
PR.256.FF.STUART
Jonathan Sturges
PR.256.FF.STURGES
Emancipation Proclamation. Allegorical Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
1865
PR.068.22
Working Model of a Petroleum Well
3/6/1865
PR.020.FF.26
Army Mittens Diagram
ca. 1861-1865
PR.068.17
Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864. Interior view of the Academy of Music, as seen from the Dress Circle
1864
PR.020.FF.5
Continental Works, Green Point, Brooklyn, T.F. Rowland, Proprietor
1865
PR.020.FF.4
Company K, 34th Regiment, New York State Volunteers
ca. 1861-1863
PR.012.1.421.1
Capt. E.S. Northup
ca. 1861-1863
PR.012.1.207.1
Capt. Northup & His Rookies
ca. 1861
PR.012.3.458.1
Union Prisoners at Salisbury N.C.
1863
PR.068.10
Print # 23, Butler's victims of Fort St. Philip
1863
PR.010.1.25
Print # 9, Election in Baltimore, November, 1862
1863
PR.010.1.11
Panorama of the Embarkation...
PR.068.4
Manhattan Rifles!
1861-1865
PR.055.3.226
Confederate Fortifications, Yorktown, Va.
ca. 1862
PR.065.814.0023
Brig. General Abram Duryée
PR.052.40.Duryee
Gallant charge of Hawkins's Zouaves upon the Rebel Batteries on Roanoke Island
March 1, 1862
PR.263.1.3.Gallant
Baxter's Zouaves Making a Road through the Woods in front of Yorktown
May 10, 1862
PR.263.ff.MilLife.Baxt
Charge of the Black Horse Cavalry upon the Fire Zouaves at the Battle of Bull Run
August 10, 1861
PR.049.ff.CW.Charge
Tenth Regiment NY Volunteers (National Zouaves), Colonel McChesney Commanding, at their Late Quarters at Sandy Hook
June 22, 1861
PR.049.ff.CW.Tenth
The First Zouaves Preparing to Repel Cavalry
PR.049.ff.CW.FirstZ
Charge of Duryée's Zouaves (Fifth Regiment New York Volunteers) at the Battle of Great Bethel
June 29, 1861
PR.049.ff.CW.Fifth
The Civil War in America: The 4th Regiment of New York Zouaves Passing through Broadway on their Way to Embark for the War "Down South"
ca. 1861
PR.049.ff.CW.4thReg
Bull Run
PR.164.6.64.Bull
The Zouave Defender
1861
PR.117.7.aj89003
The Latest Zouave Drill. (All Up.)
PR.117.7.aj89007
The New Zouave Drill. Choke Secession. (Three motions.)
PR.117.7.aj89009
The Soldier's Dream Home
1861
PR.117.7.aj89013
When thus our hosts go proudly forth, Let foes beware the spirit of the North!
1861
PR.117.7.aj89027
A Fireman Zouave putting out secession
PR.117.7.aj89031
The School of the Indiana Zouave
PR.117.7.aj89018
The Little Zouave
1861
PR.230.ff.LittleZ
The Hour of Victory
1861
PR.230.ff.Hour
Forward, Volunteers!
ca. 1863
PR.055.03.ff.19.143
Colonel Trobriand's 55th New York Infantry
ca. 1861-62
PR.164.6.73.Tro
Water Battery, Yorktown, Virginia
PR.164.4.51.2362
Fortifications Near Yorktown, Virginia
PR.164.4.51.2365
Wagon Train Near Yorktown, Virginia
PR.164.4.51.2357
Fort and Landing, Yorktown, Virginia
PR.164.4.51.2359
Take a trip to Yorktown on the mommoth steamer Rosedale
June 30, 1907
LIB.SY.1907.9
Great $15,000 race Coney Island Jockey Club, Sheepshead Bay.
1899
LIB.SY1899.no.14
Polka des Zouaves, composed for the Piano by Henry Prince
1856
LIB.M125a.Prince
New-York Fire Zouaves
1861
LIB.SY-B.1861.71
The 2d. N.Y. Fire Zouaves, 1862
LIB.SY-B.1862.265
The Crows that Met Me on the Boardwalk, Coney Island, N.Y.
PR.054.57.CI.CROWD
Helter Skelter, Luna Park, Coney Island, N.Y.
1911
PR.054.57.CI.HELTER
Pool in Steeplechase, Coney Island, N.Y.
PR.054.57.CI.POOL
Scene in Luna Park, Coney Island, N.Y.
1906
PR.054.57.CI.SCENE
Dear Old Luna Park
1904
PR.031.8MUS.116.BLU
Down at Rockaway
1904
PR.031.8MUS.116.OAK
Untitled
PR.032.1.5.41
The Sunday World, June 7th
PR.055-I.ff.18.501
Untitled
PR.032.1.7.64
Hippodrome Stage, Luna Park, Coney Island
1906
PR.054.57.CI.LUNA.HIPPO
"All Roads Lead to the Café Martin"
PR.031.73SBK.3.MARTIN
Untitled (Murray's Restaurant, 34th St. & B'way)
PR.020.80.2
Hangover Breakfast
PR.031.73SBK.3.BIRD
Untitled (Steve Brodie's Saloon on the Bowery)
PR.020.80.1
Untitled (Saloon on the Bowery, 1904-05)
1904 - 1905
PR.020.80.4
Untitled (Advertisement for Café Martin)
PR.017.9.1-80-A.CMAD
Untitled (Murray's Restaurant, 34th St. B'way)
PR.020.80.3
The Indian Grill Room, Hotel Astor, New York
1917
PR.054.51.REST.AST
Untitled (Hotel Astor)
1909
PR.031.62.NYCREST-H.HOAST
Untitled (Peacock Alley at the old Waldorf-Astoria)
1897
PR.020.69.1
"Churchills," Broadway and Forty-Ninth Street New York
PR.054.51.REST.CHU
Untitled (Orpheum Music Hall)
1904
PR.031.104.THTR-VAU.ORPH
Untitled (Mutt and Jeff)
PR.031.104.THTR-VAU.MUTT
Untitled (Star Theatre)
PR.020.FF.21
Untitled (Broadway - north of 47th Street)
1917
PR.020.3.1
Untitled (Direct to Barnum's Circus)
PR.031.98.BARNUM.DIR
The Hippodrome, New York City
1907
PR.054.48.HIPP.1
The New York Sunday World
1895
PR.055-I.FF.16.545
Untitled (Hammerstein's Olympia Theatre)
ca.1895
PR.020.FF.20
Untitled (Advertisement for New York Theatre and Roof Garden)
1904
PR.031.104.THTR00-05.NYTH
Program
PR.031.104.VEN-HIPPO.ELC
In Central Park
PR.031.9MUS.139.LUCE
Untitled (sledding in Central Park)
PR.020.47.1
Music Band, Central Park, New York City
PR.054.53.CPK.BND.M
Boat House, Central Park
PR.054.53.CPK.BTHS.33
Untitled (The May Dancers at Central Park)
1915
PR.020.50.1
Untitled (Skating in Central Park, N.Y.)
ca. 1890
PR.020.50.2
Washington Arch
1923 / 1925
PR.007.2
Swinging in the Square
1912
PR.007.1
What Good is Water, When You're Dry?
ca. 1918
PR.031.2MUS.20.GOE
Every Day Will Be Sunday When the Town Goes Dry
1918
PR.031.2MUS.19.JER
Sheet music
PR.031.2MUS.20.STE
Lights and Shadows of Horse Racing
PR.031.90.HVS.LIGHT
Untitled (ad for boxing matches)
PR.031.137SBK.2.WWC
Marquis of Queensberry Rules
PR.031.90.BOX.RULES
Greater New York Base Ball Club
1905
PR.031.138SBK.I.NYBC
Fourth of July Crowd at American League Park
PR.049.FF.BASEBALL.ALP
Untitled (cyclists on Riverside Drive)
PR.068.1
Bicycling for Girls
1896
PR.068.2
Untitled
PR.032.1.13.126
Untitled (prints from films of polo players at Devon, PA)
ca. 1898
PR.068.3
Speedway, Central Park, New York City
PR.054.53.CPK.ACT.SPD
Central Park, Public Tennis Courts
PR.020.50.3
Bronze statuette: female figure in flowing garments
late 19th Century
1985
WTC from South Jersey City Waterfront
1977
PR.169.FF.VER.WTC
New-York.
1849
PR.020.FF.14
American Flamingo
ca. 1920
2007.2
View South of Lower Manhattan Skyline with Charles and Virginia Seen from Landfill Area
1985
PR.169.3.VER.VIEW
Staten Island Ferry
1986
PR.169.3.VER.STAT
Trees and Landscape, Lake George, New York
After 1870, before 1890
2007.5.1
Manhattan View, Battery Park, Night
1980
PR.229.FF.HAAS.MVBP.NIG
Manhattan View, Battery Park, B. & W.
1980
PR.229.FF.HAAS.MVBP.BW
Chance Meeting
1940-41
PR.229.2.LEWIS.CM
American flag, 34-star
1861
2007.3
An Interior View of the Crystal Palace
1853
PR.020.FF.12
Parure
ca. 1820
1920.11-17
Long Lake (Adirondacks), New York
After 1870, before 1890
2007.5.2
The Studio, West Nyack, New York
After 1870, before 1890
2007.5.3
State Rights
PR.117.2.FLAGS.CONF.11
Camp scene from photograph
PR.117.3.CAMPSCENE.2
Wisconsin loayal to the union.
PR.117.4.WISC.3
Olde Abe
PR.117.6.LINCOLN.15
The Rebel States - - Alabama
PR.117.4.STATES.CONF.1
The girl I left behind
PR.117.7.WOMEN.21
Dunker Church, Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862
PR.065.788.40
Dr. Richard Burr, Embalming Surgeon
PR.065.774.1
Fortress Monroe [exterior view, soldiers]
PR.065.807.5
Soldiers' graves near the General Hospital
PR.065.805.12
A rebel soldier, killed at the trenches.....
PR.065.811.30
View in the wheat-field opposite our.....
PR.065.793.29
A Group of soldiers of the 31st Pennsylvania
PR.065.773.15
Capt. Bollerman's kitchen. Tasting the....
PR.065.773.16
The Battle of Fair Oaks, VA May 31st 1862
PR.068.15
Death of Col. Edward D. Baker, at the Battle....
PR.068.18
Mounted Animal specimen: Bat
1849
Z.3296.2
Panoramic View of New York City
1842-45
1915.76.1-2
Panoramic View of New York City
1842-45
1915.76.3-4
Panoramic View of New York City
1842-45
1915.76.5-6
Panoramic View of New York City
1842-45
1915.76.7-8
Naval Battle Scene: Sinking the Japanese Ships, 1880s
1880's ?
Z.3454
Naval Battle Scene: A Shot at the Monitor
1862-1864
Z.3455
Silent: Four Wildlife Illustrations
20th Century
Z.3456
Waldorf Astoria Hotel
1898
PR.024.1
Waldorf Astoria Hotel
1904
PR.024.2
Fulton Fish Market, New York, NY
PR.024.3
Elevated Rail Road to Battery.
PR.024.4
View of Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, New York, NY
1909
PR.024.5
New York & Environs
PR.020.FF.8
Panorama of Manhattan Island
PR.020.FF.16
Mesa Grill
ca. 1990
2007.6.1
Surf Club
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.2
Cafe Iguana
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.3
Cafe Iguana
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.4
il vagabonda
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.5
il vagabonda
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.6
Choshi
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.7
Choshi
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.8
Sushiden
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.9
Sushisay
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.10
Sushisay
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.11
La piazzetta di Quisisana
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.12
Taro
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.13
Espace
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.14
El Parador
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.15
Ciaobella
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.16
Yama
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.17
Rikyu
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.18
Paparazzi
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.19
La Goulue
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.20
Top of the Tower
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.21
Flamingo East
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.22
Brasserie
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.23
Bolo
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.24
Tatany
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.25
Cinqvanta
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.26
The Orchid Restaurant
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.27
Sekku
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.28
Hatsuhana
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.29
Knickers
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.30
Gaylord
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.31
East
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.32
Divino Gastronomia
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.33
Uzies
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.34
Akbar
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.35
America
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.36
Ambassador Grill
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.37
Dawat
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.38
Top of the Six's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.39
Il Monello and Il Nido
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.40
Le Relais
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.41
65 Irving Place
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.42
The Ravelled Sleave
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.43
The Water Club
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.44
Marigold
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.45
Brasserie
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.46
Maxwell's Plum
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.47
Sal Anthony's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.48
La Coupole
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.49
Shun Lee Dynasty
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.50
La Cote Basque
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.51
Nanni
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.52
Adam's Apple
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.53
El Coyote
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.54
The Fifth Avenue Grill
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.55
Lum Chin
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.56
Barbizon Plaza Library
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.57
Paul & Jimmy's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.58
Woods
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.59
Shun Lee Palace
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.60
P.J. Clark's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.61
Home on the Range
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.62
Jewel of India
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.63
Chin Chin
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.64
Restaurant Awoki
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.65
Restaurant Awoki
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.66
La Grenouille
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.67
Chiaki
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.68
Dustins
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.69
Huberts
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.70
Sakura of Japan
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.71
Zarela
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.72
Yodo
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.73
Chikubu
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.74
The Four Seasons
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.75
Shinbashi
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.76
Nippon
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.80ab
Nippon
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.81ab
Canastel's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.82ab
Canastel's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.83ab
JG Melon
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.84
JG Melon
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.85ab
Greek Village
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.86
Golden Tulip Barbizon
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.87ab
Shinwa
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.88ab
Tucano
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.89ab
Felidia
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.90ab
Felidia
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.91ab
The Rockefeller Center Club
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.92 ab
Hayato
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.93 ab
Chez Pascal
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.94 ab
Mortimer's
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.95 ab
Bice Ristorante
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.96 ab
Davidoff
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.97 ab
L'Hostaria Del Bongustaio
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.98 ab
Arcadia
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.99 ab
Downtown Rascals
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.100 ab
Inn of the Dove
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.101 ab
Harry's New York Bar
ca. 1960-1980
2007.6.102 ab
Creative: Tronvig Group