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Oyster Bay and Huntington, Huntington Bay.

Oyster Bay and Huntington, Huntington Bay.

Oyster Bay and Huntington, Huntington Bay.

New York from Long Island.

The city of New York in the state of New York North America.

Scene in the East River

Kips Bay bei Newyork.

Pl. 1. New-York ; Pl. 2. Broadway from the park.

Pl. 7. Leroy Place ; Pl. 8. Shot Tower (East River).

New York, from Brooklyn Heights.

New York. Taken from the north west angle of Fort Columbus, Governor's Island.

View of Brooklyn, L.I. From U.S. Hotel, New York.

New-York and environs, from Williamsburgh.

High Bridge New York.

A view of the city of New-York from Brooklyn Heights, in 1798.

New York.

Suspension bridge, from Brooklyn, N.Y.

Brooklyn Bridge.

N.Y. entrance of New York & Brooklyn bridge.

[Roadway, cable road, and promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y.]

The East River bridge.

Bird's-eye view of Brooklyn Bridge.

New York City. Brooklyn Bridge from "World" building, New York, N.Y.

[Promenade, New York & Brooklyn bridge, N.Y.]

East River bridge.

East River bridge, N.Y.

[Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.]

Brooklyn from East River bridge tower.

Brooklyn Bridge.

Brooklyn Bridge, New York.

The suspension bridge connecting New York and Brooklyn.

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

Brooklyn Bridge, W.N.W. [west-northwest] from Brooklyn toward Manhattan, New York City.

E. River bridge.

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

New York tower of East River bridge.

Brooklyn Bridge.

Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

[Brooklyn Bridge tower in construction.]

N.Y. Caisson E.R. Bridge with iron lining and shafts in place, but roof timbers not on.

East River bridge tower, N.Y.

Brooklyn Bridge and a bird's-eye view of the city of Brooklyn.

New York, from the pier of the suspension bridge, New York.

General view of Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

Promenade on New York & Brooklyn bridge.

Roadway & cableway, Brooklyn Bridge.

East River bridge, N.Y.

On the promenade, Brooklyn Bridge.

East River, showing Brooklyn Bridge, New York.

[View of a steamer and Brooklyn Bridge tower.]

Ferry boat crossing East River.

East River bridge, N.Y.

East River bridge towers, N.Y.

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

East River bridge, N.Y.

On the promenade, Brooklyn Bridge.

[Construction of Brooklyn Bridge.]

East River bridge tower, N.Y.

New York and Brooklyn suspension bridge.

East River bridge, New York City.

Bird's-eye view of Brooklyn Bridge.

Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

Brooklyn Bridge and a bird's-eye view of the city of Brooklyn.

East River bridge, N.Y.

[Roadway, cable road, and promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y.]

Suspension bridge, from New York.

East River bridge, N.Y.

Brooklyn Bridge.

Roadway, Brooklyn Br[idge].

East River bridge, N.Y.

N.Y. Caisson E.R. Bridge with iron lining and shafts in place, but roof timbers not on.

East River bridge.

Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.

East River bridge, N.Y.

New York tower of East River bridge.

[Brooklyn Bridge.]

Brooklyn Bridge.

Suspension bridge, from New York.

On the Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge.

N.Y. & Brooklyn bridge from Tribune building, N.Y.

The crowd at the ferry.

View looking through Brooklyn tower toward New York.

East River bridge.

[Brooklyn Bridge, promenade.]

General view of Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

View from Brooklyn Bridge tower.

Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

East River bridge.

N.Y. & Brooklyn bridge.

East River bridge.

New York, from the pier of the suspension bridge, U.S.A.

The great Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

[Construction work on Brooklyn Bridge.]

East River bridge, N.Y.

Brooklyn Bridge, icluding a bird's-eye view of the city of Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Bridge.

East River bridge, N.Y.

Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

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