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Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

Plate 1: Bounded by Battery Park, Broadway, Chambers Street, New Chambers Street, James Slip, South Street (East River, Piers 1-32), and Battery Park.

Castle Garden (Aquarium) and Battery Park, New York

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Harbor and Battery Park, New York, N. Y.

Houses on Battery Park, 1905.

Another view of the ferry boat, as it nears Battery Park. Th...

Battery Park, New York

Whitehall Building, Aquarium and Battery Park, New York City

Whitehall Building, Battery Park and entrance to North River, New York

Department of Docks and Police Station, Pier A, North River,...

Firehouse, Battery, Manhattan.

Battery, foot of West Street, Manhattan.

Lithographs of New York in 1904. Battery Park

Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

Castle Garden (Aquarium) and Battery Park, New York

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Battery Park, New York

Whitehall Building, Aquarium and Battery Park, New York City

Whitehall Building, Battery Park and entrance to North River, New York

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