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Street scenes, (Minneapolis, Minn.).

Street scenes, (Minneapolis, Minn.).

Street scenes, (Minneapolis, Minn.).

Street scenes, (Minneapolis, Minn.).

View of Lenox Avenue, Harlem, at 135th Street, showing businesses, pedestrians and shoe-shine stand, March 23, 1939.

View of Lenox Avenue, Harlem, at 135th Street, showing businesses, pedestrians and shoe-shine stand, March 23, 1939.

Amboy Road, Great Kills, Staten Island, N.Y. [old cars in street, shops and sign behind telephone pole that appears to be 'Light, Power... Gas...Electric']

Bay Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [old cars in street, horse and wagon, people walking, red-striped awnings on shops, sign for hotel, sign on building E.D. Wayman Dry Goods and Millinery]

Madison Avenue, Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N.Y. [view of corner with two large mansions]

Public Square, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N.Y. [nice close-up of trolley loading people, and another trolley behind it, shops on street]

12468-Bentley Street at Ferry, Tottenville, Staten Island [view of ferry gate to N.J. and restaurant on street corner]

Bay Street, looking North, Stapleton, Staten Island [trolley tracks, lots of people on street, horses with carriages, shops]

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

Canal Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [Staten Island Savings Bank buillding on corner, Washington Park across street, old gas street light, horse and carriage, brick street]

St. Mark's Place, New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y. [row of large homes and church along curved street]

Stuyvesant Place looking North from High Street, St. George, Staten Island [houses along tree-lined street]

Annadale Road, Annadale, Staten Island, N.Y wide road with shops -- Taub's Pharmacy on corner next door to the Atlantic & Pacific, i.e. the

Port Richmond's Busy Block [looking North on Richmond Terrace] Port Richmond, Staten Island

Business Section, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [corner of park, with people in street, 40's cars parked in front of shops, F.W. Woolworth, Co., Miles shoes]

Business Centre, St. George, Staten Island, N.Y.[old car in street and 'Title Guarantee and Trust Company' painted on side of 6-story building]

Hillside Ave., Great Kills, Staten Island [large house, people walking in street, old street lamp, horse and carriage]

Bard Ave., looking South from Henderson Ave. West Brighton, Staten Island [tree-lined street with large houses on right and horse and carriage in nearly empty street]

Prospect Avenue, Dongan Hills, Staten Island, N.Y. [wide lawns and large homes behind stone wall]

Bay Street Looking North from Park, Stapleton, Staten Island [trolley and horse and carriage in street]

Burbank Avenue, New Dorp Beach, Staten Island, N.Y. [residential street with large houses]

Bay Street from Canal Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [boys in knickers on street, trolley car, shops on one side of street, edge of Washington Park on other side]

New Dorp Lane, Richmond Borough, N.Y. [view of lane with one large house]

Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, N.Y. [shops, people, trolley, horse and carriage]

Main Street, Tottenville, Staten Island, N.Y. [close view of shops and ad sign for Horton's Ice Cream, people in front of store under awning, old car in street]

Richmond Terrace, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N.Y. [trolley, horse-drawn carriage, people in street, Schlitz Hotel on corner, sign advertising Schlitz Milwaukee Beer]

Richmond Turnpike, Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N.Y. [great view of street with people, markets, old car, trolley tracks, shops with awnings, Plaza Market on Corner]

Richmond Terrace looking towards St. George, New Brighton, Staten Island [horse and carriage parked in front of home, light poles on opposite side of street, trolley tracks]

Richmond Terrace, Port Richmond, Staten Island, N.Y. [wide street with electric poles and trolley, very large pink Victorian house]

South Avenue, Mariner's Harbor, Staten Island, N.Y. [large houses, tree-lined street]

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]

Oliver's Road, Oakwood Heights, Staten Island [narrow lane lined with wooden bungalows]

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

Canal Street, Stapleton, Staten Island [buildings with shops, horse-drawn vehicles at curb and on street, edge of Washington Park and village hall]

Rose Avenue, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. [large houses, tree-lined street]

Central Avenue, Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N.Y. [residential street with row homes and interesting 3-story brick apt.? building; people walking on street and ten children posed in a line in street]

St. Paul's Avenue, Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N.Y. [long, tree-lined brick street]

Richmond Ave. at Bergen Point Ferry, Port Richmond, S. I.

Stuyvesant Place looking North from High Street, St. George, Staten Island [same view as #677 except b/w]

Richmond Ave. at Bergen Point Ferry, Port Richmond, Staten Island [ferry dock in distance, shops and old buildings along street with horse-drawn vehicles]

Guyon Avenue, Oakwood Heights, Staten Island [shops and old cars parked along street and at railroad crossing]

Amboy Road and Richmond Avenue, Eltingville, Staten Island [street with old cars, Herman's Counter, Bar and store with Coca-Cola sign on side of building]

Cebre Avenue, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [brick street with homes, church and old gas street lamp]

Amboy Road Showing Walters Bungalows, Great Kills, S.I. [houses along street]

Hillside Ave., Great Kills, Staten Island [large houses, horse and carriage on street]

Guyon Avenue, Looking South from R. R. Station, Oakwood Heights, Staten Island, N.Y. [street with old car, trees and two houses]

Bayway Avenue, Tottenville, N.Y. [homes along dirt street with 2 people posed on side]

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]

Neutral Avenue, New Dorp Beach, Staten Island, N.Y. [houses on both sides of street, child walking down center of street]

Water Street, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [horses and wagons in street in front of park and village hall and shops]

Van Pelt Avenue, Mariners Harbor, Staten Island, N.Y. [row of very large homes along tree-lined street]

A Winter Scene, Jewett Avenue, Staten Island [snow-covered house and landscape]

Richmond Ave. Port Richmond, Staten Island, N.Y. [trolley, old cars, people walking, shops on both sides of street, shop selling 'Victrolas', Palace theater]

Franklyn Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y. [wide street with old home, trees and smoke stack in distance]

Public Square, Arrietta Street, Tompkinsville, Staten Island [street with trolley, horse-drawn vehicles and sign over one building entrance reading "Arrietta Hotel, Extra Lager Beer"]

Henderson Avenue, New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y. [tree-lined street, houses with awnings, old wrought iron fence around corner home]

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