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Enseigne en bois scuplté et peint d'un aubergiste, figurant l'appareil de Besnier «l'homme volant» de Sablé (1678).

[Winter scene in New Britain.]

[Winter scene in New Britain.]

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 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.

Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street, Manhattan.

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street, Manhattan.

Lyric Theatre, Third Avenue between 12th and 13th street, Manhattan.

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

William Goldberg, 771 Broadway, Manhattan.

William Goldberg, 771 Broadway, Manhattan.

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Showing how the colour line was drawn by the saloons at Atlanta, Georgia

Broome Street, Nos. 504-506, Manhattan.

Totsuka, Motomachi warakaremichi

Vanderbilt, From E. 46th Street, Manhattan

Newsstand, 32nd Street and Third Avenue, Manhattan.

Tri-boro Barber School, 264 Bowery, Manhattan.

Mariko, Meibtsu chamise

Manhattan: Columbus Circle.

Boyle county broadside, 1849.

Sidewalk sitters. Two women sitting in doorway of empty storefront that is being offered for rent, Harlem, New York City, ca. 1930s

Futakawa

West 23rd St. - United Cigar Co. - Albemarle Hotel - Hoffman House - No. 202 Berlitz, School of Languages

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

Dear Santa Claus this is where I live.

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Facade, 317 Broadway, Manhattan.

A & P (Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.), 246 Third Avenue, Manhattan.

"The Great White Way," Broadway, New York City

No. 914 Samuel Thorne - East 73rd St. - Nicholas Palmer - R. Guggenheimer - H.L. Terrell - East 74th St.

Business signs

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

Lyric Theatre, Third Avenue between 12th and 13th street, Manhattan

Talman Street, no. 57, Brooklyn.

Grand Opera House, northwest corner, West 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue, Manhattan.

2442 Crospey Avenue, Brooklyn.

Columbus Circle, N. Y.

Church of God, 25 East 132nd Street, Manhattan.

Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street, Manhattan.

Gunsmith, 6 Centre Market Place, Manhattan.

Gunsmith and Police Department, 6 Centre Market Place, Manhattan.

Advertisements, 1937, East Houston Street and Second Avenue, Manhattan.

Rhinelander Row, Seventh Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets, Manhattan.

William Goldberg, 771 Broadway, Manhattan.

Father Duffy, Times Square, Manhattan.

Gay Street no. 14-16, Manhattan.

Vista, Thames Street, Manhattan.

Rothman's Pawn Shop, 149 Eighth Avenue, Manhattan.

Rothman's Pawn Shop, 149 Eighth Avenue, Manhattan.

Flatiron building, 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.

Pingpank Barber Shop, 413 Bleecker Street, Manhattan.

Fifth Avenue Theatre: 28th Street facade, 1185 Broadway, Manhattan.

Hamano-Cho, Nagasaki.

Kencho dori, Nagasaki.

Near Nagasaki station.

Kencho dori, Nagasaki.

Cotton pickers wanted.

Trade cards depicting a painter and people with signs for 'Layettes'.

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.

Drinking fountain on the county courthouse lawn, Halifax, North Carolina.

Winter scene in New Britain.

Manhattan: Columbus Circle.

Dear Santa Claus this is where I live.

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

"The Great White Way," Broadway, New York City

Business signs

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

Lyric Theatre, Third Avenue between 12th and 13th street, Manhattan

Columbus Circle, N. Y.

Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street, Manhattan.

William Goldberg, 771 Broadway, Manhattan.

Trade cards depicting a painter and people with signs for 'Layettes'.

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.

Winter scene in New Britain.

Business signs

Business signs

Business signs

Business signs

Business signs

Business signs

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