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New York City directory, 1786

[Danville: view of the interior of a millinery shop.]

[Danville: view of the interior of a millinery shop.]

View of Lenox Avenue, Harlem, at 135th Street, showing businesses, pedestrians and shoe-shine stand, March 23, 1939.

View of Lenox Avenue, Harlem, at 135th Street, showing businesses, pedestrians and shoe-shine stand, March 23, 1939.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent.

True grit. Barber painting sign on tent stretched on sidewalk of former place.

First Avenue and East 70th Street, Manhattan.

'El', Second and Third Avenue lines, Bowery and Division Sts...

Radio Row, Cortlandt Street, Manhattan.

New York City directory, 1789

Acceptances: 1832-1834

New York City directory, 1790

Acceptances: 1849-1852

New York City directory, 1791

New York City directory, 1792

Acceptances: 1853-1859

First Avenue and East 70th Street, Manhattan.

New York City directory, 1793

Acceptances: 1854-1856

New York City directory , 1794 c.1

Acceptances: 1854-1857

New York City directory, 1794 c.2

Acceptances: 1856-1857

New York City directory, 1795

Acceptances: 1857-1858

New York City directory, 1796

Acceptances: 1859-1860

New York City directory, 1797

Acceptances: 1860-1861

New York City directory, 1797 c. 2

Acceptances: 1861-1864

New York City directory, 1797 c. 3

New York City directory, 1798

Acceptances: 1866

New York City directory, 1799

New York City directory, 1800

Custom House Entries

New York City directory, 1801

Woman crossing street in Harlem at West 125th Street and Eighth Avenue, 1939

View of Harlem storefronts, 1939

View of Lenox Avenue, Harlem, at 135th Street, showing businesses, pedestrians and shoe-shine stand, March 23, 1939

General Ledger No. 1

Lenox Fruit & Vegetable Market being picketed by labor union supporter, Harlem, New York City, 1939

Consignments: 1834

Consignments: 1845-1851

Consignments, Purchases, Shipments, Insurance

General Ledger No. 1 Gold

Manhattan: South Street - James Street.

General Ledger No. 2 Gold

General Ledger No. 3 Gold

Journal: 1828-1829

Journal: 1829-1831

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Journal: 1834-1836

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Journal: 1836-1837

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Journal: 1838

Journal: 1838-1839

Journal: 1845-1852

Journal: 1851-1853

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Doggett's New York City street directory for 1851

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