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A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey : with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, shewing also the landing of the British Army on New-York Island, and the taking of the city of New-York &c. on the 15th of September following, with the subsequent disposition of both the armies
An oration commemorative of the abolition of the slave trade in the United States, delivered before the Wilberforce Philanthropic Association, in the City of New York on the second of January, 1809
Wilson's Business Directory of New York City 1852-1853
Rev. Samuel Osgood, D.D. Pastor of the Church of the Messiah. (Unitarian). New York City
Form of roof girder (wrought iron) at Kensington Station under construction now (September 1866).
The New York City depressed railway.
Open cutting behind a portion of Victoria street.
Arrangement of arch for support of Brewery floors.
Plan of elevated rail road for City of New York, proposed by Gouverneur Morris.
Sketch of the heaviest cast iron girder used on Craven Hill Street.
Metropin Railway Station
Sketch of middle level sewer as carried over open cutting; sketch of form of the fleet street sewer as carried over the line near Kings Cross Station.
Form of arch on the new line; constructing between Kings Cross Station & Smithfield.
Cross secional view of proposed patented system of elevated railway, at the intersection of Broadway and Chambers street.
Perspective view on exact scale of proposed patent elevated railway, when erected in front of A. T. Stewart's brock on Broadway, between Chambers and Reade Streets, New York.
Form of arch on Metropolitan District Railway now under construction.
Sketch of wrought iron girde4rs used at Pembroke Square.
A. H. Caryl's elevated atmospheric railway.
Sketch shewing size and form of that part of the metropolitan railway, now in use.
Panoramic view of Manhattan, showing Brooklyn Bridge under construction
[Title page.]
Bike race, Major Taylor - Marshall "Major" Taylor
Broadway, East Side. 3rd St. to Old London Bldg.
Broadway, West Side. Liberty to Dey St.
59th Street circle
Broadway & 49th Street.
59th Street circle.
Broadway & 99th Street.
Broadway & 132nd Street.
Broadway & 142nd Street.
59th Street circle.
60th Street Station.
Central Park.
Broadway & 122nd Street.
42d Street between 5th & 6th Avenue.
Broadway & 89th Street.
Bryant Park.
33rd Street & 4th Avenue.
59th Street circle.
60th Street Station.
Broadway
Broadway & 62nd Street.
Broadway & 62nd Street.
Broadway & 62nd Street.
Broadway & 50 Street.
60th Street station.
Cable car for taking soil.
Broadway & 139th Street.
Broadway & 135th Street.
5,000 K. W. alternator - main power house.
Four column (tower) viaduct construction; Manhattan valley viaduct, looking north.
Small water mains between street surface and subway roof, substituted for one large main - 125th Street and Lenox Avenue; special construction of 6 1/2 foot sewer, under Chatham Square.
City Hall Station.
Interborough rapid transit; the New York subway, its construction and equipment. [Title page]
Cross-section of power house.
28th Street Station.
Laying sheet waterproofing in bottom; special brick and asphalt waerproofing.
Plaque showing beaver at Astor Place Station; Express Station at 14th Street, showing island and mezzanine platforms and stairs connecting them.
Support of elevated railway station at 42d Street and Sixth Avenue.
Typical section of four track subway.
Sewer siphon at 149th Street and Railroad Avenue; Concrete sewer back of electric duct manhole - Broadway and 58th Street.
Coal unloading tower on west 58th Street pier.
Two column bent viaduct; traveler for erecting forms, central park tunnel - (in this tunnel ducts are built in the sidewalls).
Completed arch at Manhattan street.
Moving west side wall to widen subway for third track - 135th Street and Broadway; subway through new "Time" building, showing independent construction - the workmen stand on floor girders of subway.
Looking up Broadway from Trinity Church - showing working platform and gas mains temporarily supported overhead.
Difficult pipe work - Broadway and 70th Street.
Profile of Harlem River Tunnel and approaches; section of Harlem River Tunnel during construction.
34th Street and Park Avenue, looking south.
Four-track subway - showing cross-over south of 18th Street Station.
West end power house in course of erection.
Section of subway at Pearl Street, surface railway tracks supported over excavation on upper Broadway.
Profile of Rapid Transit Railroad Manhattan and Bronx lines; Profile of Brooklyn Extension.
Supporting elevated railroad by extension girder - 64th Street and Broadway.
Leonard Bailey, New York City, Vol. 9, p. 26
Standard steel construction in tunnel - third rail protection not shown.
Exterior view of power house.
Reinforced concrete construction; roof showing concrete-steel construction - Lenox Avenue and 140th-141st streets.
Showing concrete over iron work - Harlem River Tunnel.
Three pipes substituted for large brick sewer at 110th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Three-track concrete arch - 117th Street and Broadway.
Concrete sewer back of side wall, Broadway and 56th Street; Large gas and water pipes, relaid behind each side wall on Elm Street.
Special riveted rectangular water pipe, over roof of subway at 126th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Operating room showing condensers - power house.
Columns of Hotel Belmont, passing through subway at 42d Street and Park Avenue.
Side and end elevations of alternator.
West side of Columbus Circle Station (60th Street) - Illuminated by daylight coming through vault lights; caravel and wall decoration.
Subdivision of 36" and 30" gas mains over roof of subway - 66th Street and Broadway.
View from top of chimney showing water frontage - power house.
Assembling iron work on Pontoon - Harlem River Tunnel.
Cross section of power house in perspective.
Erection of arch, Manhattan valley viaduct.
Polo Grounds, 1906, "World's Championship Series, Second game of series, played at the Polo Grounds, New York City, Athletics in the field, Bender pitching
The Dartmouth. Plan of first floor.
Westbourne Court, southeast corner Broadway and 140th Street. Plan of first floor; Typical upper floor plan.
Imperial Arms, northwest corner Riverside Drive and 138th Street; Plan of first floor; Plan of upper floors.
The Brittania, 527 Cathedral Parkway, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
Hudson Arms. Plan of first floor; Plan of upper floors.
The Illinois and Michigan, Nos. 511 and 517 West 113th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue; Plan of first floor; Plan of upper floors.
The Clifden, southeast corner Riverside Drive and 99th Street.
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