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New York Court of Vice Admiralty records

Hugh Gaine receipt book

A chart of Delaware Bay and River

New York City directory, 1786

New York City Mayor's Court trial minutes

Minutes of the Commissioners of the Alms-House and Bridewell

Critical remarks by the committee of examination on compositions &c presented to the Calliopean Society

John Hyslop diary

United States District Court of New York proceedings

New York City Aldermen Court records

Gouverneur & Kemble cash book

Oliver Wolcott letterbook

Robert E. Lee engineering notebook

The old Billop house

Battery.

Depositors (1 to 19,807)

Eliza and Lizzie, children of Dred Scott [top]; Dred Scott [and] his wife, Harriet

Region of Bone-Boiling and Swill-Milk Nuisances, p. 266

Looking towards Manhattanville. Depicting West 125th Street in background, with St. James Roman Catholic Church on left and steeple of Manhattanville Presbyterian Church visible behind it, Harlem, New York City, ca. 1870.

Toussaint L' Overture Club, Sons of New York Club Building. 30th St., NYC, 1880

New York City - Colored refugees from Arkansas awaiting transportation to Liberia at the Mount Olivet Baptist Chapel.

East River from Brooklyn Bridge

[Title page.]

Front page

Sapolio Housework. [Sapolio cleaning product ad]

Samuel D. Davis.

Certificate of membership in the Society of Iconophiles, made out in the name of Amos F. Eno, and signed by Wm. L. Andrews, president and Richard H. Lawrence, secretary

White Rose Home: its work and need

Coat-of-Arms, with Fifth Avenue, 1911 New York, engraved below. [Opening page]

Woolworth Bldg. foundations

Setback principle.

Front page of Negro World; Volume 8, Number 24, July 31, 1920.

Communications on public health and public improvements: Presented to the Litterary and Philosophical Society

The Urban League Bulletin, May 1922. [Cover page]

Washington Heights, Manhattan, its eventful past

Aerial view No. 2014

Aerial view No. 2012

Aerial view No. 2015

Broome Street no. 512-514, Manhattan.

Books Are Weapons

Manhattan: 2nd Avenue - 71st Street (East)

The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1937

The original S. Brooklyn plant over 30 years ago

"An Account of the Effects of the Publication of Frederick Douglass' Autobiography in New York"

"The Riverton" , pages 34-39

Woman stabs Rev. King in Harlem

Interior of 159 Bleeker

Summary of vital statistics 1963: The City of New York, page 1

New York City directory, 1789

View of New York from taken from Weahawk

Acceptances: 1832-1834

New-York.

181-193 Broadway, [pl. 1]

Map of the Submarine Atlantic Telegraph between Europe and America

Manhattan: 5th Avenue - 23rd Street

Arsenal from 6th Ave. Westside. August 13, 1862

Fifth Avenue north from 120th Street, 1880, Harlem, New York City

10 St.

Lower Manhattan NY, taken from Governors Island by Harry B. Reid

John Brisben Walker, Proprietor and Editor "The Cosmopolitan Magazine"

Companie Générale Transatlantique. [Shipping companie of France ad]

A residence at Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Novum Amsterodamum

Gulden's ad

Woolworth Bldg. foundations, Broadway and Park Place

Group of experts sent by the UNIA to Liberia, June 1924, to prepare the way for colonists; The group was deported by Liberian authorities immediately upon arrival; The Negro World]; James N. Walcott, Ship carpenter and builder; James c. Roberts, electrical engineer; Reginald Hurley, carpenter and builder [new in Africa]; William W. Strange, supervising and directing civil and mining engineer; J. Nicholls, mechanical engineer; Rupert Christian, executive secretary and paymaster.

White Rose Industrial Association Working Girls' Home

The Shelton

Pease & Elliman's catalog of East Side New York apartment plans [1929]

Lamport Export Company, 507-511 Broadway, Manhattan.

"The Rise of the Negro Artist in New York City"

By-Laws and Signatures Book 1 (1 to 17,000)

Novum Amsterodamum. View from the south issued 1671.

New York City directory, 1790

Jones & Newman's Pictorial Directory of New York: From near Warren Street to near Anthony Street, no. 4, [Front cover]

Acceptances: 1849-1852

The Victualling Department of the Metropolitan Hotel, Broadway, New York...

Summer house from W. Side in 6th Avenue. September 22, 1862

Lenox Avenue north from 110th Street and Central Park, 1869, Harlem, New York City

Burning of Abbey's Park Theatre, New York

South from 10 St.

Frederick Devoe.

Publisher's Department.

Street view of the Woolworth Building construction site

Forverts, March 27, 1911

What 'Back to Africa' Means [title for Marcus Garvey's letter appearing in the January 30, 1926 issue of the Negro World]

Society Accounts

Broadway near Broome Street, Manhattan.

"Some Negro Artists - An Account of Their Work"

Manhattan: 5th Avenue - 58th Street

New York City directory, 1791

View of Niew Amsterdam, 1659 surrounded by pictures of individual buildings, and scenes in Irving's works. Above: Knickerbocker quadrilles. Below: Respectfully dedicated to Washington Irving, Esq. by the publishers

315-327 Broadway, [pl. 6]

Signature Book 2 (5,251 to 12,999)

General View of N. Reservoir from 102th St. October 23, 1862.

Pauline's Passion." Scene in the balcony of the hotel.

City Missions--interior of Olivet Chapel, Second Street, New York City

Manhattan: 32nd Street - Broadway

Looking south on Broadway, from about 7th St.

Publisher's Department (continued).

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