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Danish man.

Gus Hills Minstrels, 1890-1898 Park Avenue, Manhattan.

Rear Elevation. Accepted Design, Competition for The New York Public Library. Drawing for Architectural Review.

After school hours : interior of the Bond Street Branch of the New York Free Circulating Library.

Demolition of the Croton Reservoir, looking north.

Demolition of the Croton Reservoir.

Old [Croton] reservoir ruins, looking northwest.

Old [Croton] reservoir ruins, looking northwest.

The [Croton] reservoir ruins.

The [Croton] reservoir ruins, looking north.

Foundation work, looking northeast.

Foundation work : initial construction of exterior marble walls, northwest corner.

Exterior marble work : construction of the north facade, looking east.

[Plaster model of an entablature.]

Exterior marble work : initial construction.

Foundation work : construcion of brick walls, looking southwest.

Foundation work.

Foundation work : workers laying bricks, looking northeast.

Foundation work : looking across the space from the northwest corner.

Foundation work on the south end, looking east.

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade, looking north.

Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.

Ellis Island, May, 1902.

Exterior marble work : construction of the north facade.

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

Foundation work, looking southwest.

Foundation work, looking west along Fortieth Street.

Foundation work on the south side, looking north.

Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.

[Plaster workshop : men working on models, including a Corinthian capital.]

Foundation work on the south side.

Foundation work on the south side, looking east.

Ellis Island, May, 1902 : a view of the grounds adjoining on...

Chatham Square Branch, New York Public Library (old rented building)

Foundation work, looking west along the Fortieth Street side.

Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.

Exterior marble work : initial construction, from the northwest corner.

[Exterior marble work : construction workers standing near the northeast corner.]

Exterior marble work : initial construction of the north facade, looking southeast.

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

Exterior marble work : construction of the west facade, looking northeast.

[Plaster workshop : men working on models, including a Corinthian capital.]

[Plaster model of architectural decoration to go above a window, including moldings, a keystone decorated with a volute, and a lion's head.]

Foundation work, looking south.

Foundation work, looking southwest.

Exterior marble work : initial construction of the west facade, looking northeast.

Exterior marble work : initial construction of the Fifth Avenue facade.

[Plaster models : the Fifth Avenue facade, a section of an arch decorated with oak leaves, a volute and a console.]

Interior work : construction of a stairway.

Interior work.

View of Ellis Island lawn, with New York skyline in distance...

Interior work : construction of walls.

Exterior marble work : construction of the Forty-second Street entrance.

Exterior marble work : construction of the south facade.

Exterior marble work : initial construction of the Fifth Avenue facade, looking southwest.

[Plaster models of architectural decorations.]

Interior work : initial construction of marble walls.

Interior work : initial construction of marble walls.

Exterior marble work : construction of the northeast corner.

[Plaster model of tympanum sculpture.]

[Plaster models of a Corinthian capital and four versions of tympanum relief sculpture.]

[Plaster models : the Fifth Avenue facade, a section of an arch decorated with oak leaves, a volute and a console.]

[Plaster model of a section of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

Foundation work.

[Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

Exterior marble work : west facade and southwest corner.

Exterior marble work : southwest corner.

Exterior marble work : construction of the northwest corner.

Interior work : construction of walls.

Exterior marble work : northeast corner.

Art Metal [stack sample].

View of Ellis Island buildings.

Interior work, looking north.

Exterior marble work : construction of the northeast corner.

Snead [stack sample].

Library Bureau [stack sample].

Van Dorn [stack sample].

Snead [stack sample].

Interior work.

Foundation work.

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

Exterior marble work : southwest corner and south facade, looking east along Fortieth Street.

Exterior marble work : northwest corner.

Interior work : construction of walls.

Exterior marble work : northwest corner.

Exterior marble work : construction of the Fifth Avenue facade.

[Stack sample.]

Interior work : structural frame, looking north.

Interior work, looking south.

Interior work : marble blocks, and construction of west wall.

Interior work : construction of floors and bricks walls, looking west.

Interior work : construction of walls, looking southwest.

Interior work, facing west on the south side.

Exterior marble work : the southeast corner.

Exterior marble work : west side.

Exterior marble work : east side.

Exterior marble work : west side.

Interior work : construction of walls, looking north.

Exterior marble work : east elevation.

Interior work, looking northeast.

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