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Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

View of a sidewalk along the building with a clock.

[View of a sidewalk along the building with a clock.]

[View of a sidewalk along the building with a clock.]

[Sidewalk in Sharon Springs, New York .]

Sidewalk in Sharon Springs, New York

[Sidewalk in Sharon Springs, New York .]

Rutger St., Utica. Each sidewalk has double row of trees.

Rutger St., Utica. Each sidewalk has double row of trees.

Rutger St., Utica. Each sidewalk has double row of trees.

Detail from lithograph advertising the Kernell Brothers in the Vaudeville act "Sidewalk Conversation" (wearing tophat).

Detail from lithograph advertising the Kernell Brothers in the Vaudeville act "Sidewalk Conversation".

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

Railroad Station, Eltingville, Staten Island, N.Y. [old cars at R.R. crossing, people on sidewalk in front of Eltingville Pharmacy with sign for soda and "Reid's" ice cream]

Sidewalk scene in Selma, Alabama

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Sidewalk scene in Selma, Alabama

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Poor children playing on sidewalk, Georgetown, Washington, D.C

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Sidewalk scene in Selma, Alabama

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left.

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left

Sidewalk in Syracuse, Kansas. The level on the ground on either side of the sidewalk was the same as that of the sidewalk a year ago. The raise in elevation is due to dust and dirt which drifted in

Sidewalk in Syracuse, Kansas. The level on the ground on either side of the sidewalk was the same as that of the concrete sidewalk a year ago. The raise in elevation is due to dust and dirt which drifted in

Sidewalk Café

Sidewalk Café

Sidewalk Café

Sidewalk Café

[Port Richmond] Staff member's Pontiac convertible, Reader's Ford, Mr. Krant, news dealer on sidewalk

Liberty Theatre, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [full ext. view with people strolling out front, billboards on sidewalk in front of building]

Richmond Road Looking West, New Dorp, Staten Island (street with electric poles, building in distance and sign on sidewalk New Dorp, The Bachmann....

Public Park, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N.Y. [view of park with people on sidewalk and old touring car on street]

[Soundview, Front sidewalk.]

Water Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [S.I. Savings Bank on corner, shops, Washington Park across street, brick road with trolley track, men standing on sidewalk]

Carnival Parade, Tottenville, N.Y. [people on sidewalk watching parade of decorated old cars.]

Lower Ocean Avenue, Oakwood Beach, Staten Island, N.Y. [beach cottages, people walking on raised sidewalk]

Hotel Washington, Midland Beach, Staten Island, N.Y. [ sign on building- 'Jahn's Hotel Washington', people standing on sidewalk in front of building]

Westervelt Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y. [very interesting, colorful card with large homes, people strolling on sidewalk and people in open horse-drawn carriages]

View of a sidewalk along the building with a clock.

Sidewalk in Sharon Springs, New York

Rutger St., Utica. Each sidewalk has double row of trees.

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.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

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

View from Moulder School distributing station, showing tons of flour on sidewalk.

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Sidewalk scene in Selma, Alabama

Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left

Bank in Shawneetown, Illinois, built by state in 1839. Note water tank (for drinking water purposes) on sidewalk, left

Sidewalk in Syracuse, Kansas. The level on the ground on either side of the sidewalk was the same as that of the concrete sidewalk a year ago. The raise in elevation is due to dust and dirt which drifted in

Sidewalk in Syracuse, Kansas. The level on the ground on either side of the sidewalk was the same as that of the sidewalk a year ago. The raise in elevation is due to dust and dirt which drifted in

Sidewalk Café

Sidewalk Café

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