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

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

Digital ID: 482704. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. December 19, 1935. .Notes: Bust in pediment above sign for minstrels, newer signs on building with arched windows, dormers, advertise lofts, auto-metal sh... more

Vanderbilt, From E. 46th Street, Manhattan.

Vanderbilt, From E. 46th Street, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482745. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. 1935-1938, printed 1935-ca. 1990. .Notes: Canyon of buildings looking down Vanderbilt toward 42nd Street, hack stand sign, traffic.. .Source: Changing New ... more

Newsstand, 32nd Street and Third Avenue, Manhattan.

Newsstand, 32nd Street and Third Avenue, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482798. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. November 19, 1935. .Notes: Code: III.1.f. Exhibited: Modern Vision #56 Newstand next to State Coffee Shoppe, large display of magazines, ads for sundaes, ... more

Tri-boro Barber School, 264 Bowery, Manhattan.

Tri-boro Barber School, 264 Bowery, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482852. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. October 24, 1935. .Notes: Code: I.A; II.H. Exhibited: Modern Vision #58 Man leans on striped pilaster in doorway of barber school, men look out from behi... more

Broome Street, Nos. 504-506, Manhattan.

Broome Street, Nos. 504-506, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482848. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. October 09, 1935. .Notes: Sign company with decorative ironwork along roof, auto radiator shop, in three-story buildings, the elevated railroad just visi... more

Talman Street, no. 57, Brooklyn.

Talman Street, no. 57, Brooklyn.

Digital ID: 482809. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. May 22, 1936. .Notes: Code: I.A.5. Exhibited: Modern Vision #84 Man talks to woman with broom in hand on stoop of clapboard house, boys next door sit on s... more

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

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

Digital ID: 1219150. A & P (Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.), 246 Third Avenue, Manhattan.. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. March 16, 1936. .Notes: Window display showing can goods, eggs, crackers, etc.... more

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

Warehouse, Water and Dock Streets, Brooklyn.

Digital ID: 482805. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. May 22, 1936. .Notes: Code: I.A.3. Exhibited: Modern Vision #76 Four-story brick warehouse with arched windows and doors, some of which are open, partiall... more

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

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

Digital ID: 482715. Lyric Theatre, Third Avenue between 12th and 13th street, Manhattan.. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. April 24, 1936. .Notes: Code: III.D.1. Box office and marquee of Lyric theater, m... more

Facade, 317 Broadway, Manhattan.

Facade, 317 Broadway, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482602. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. March 6, 1936. .Notes: Code: I.A.2.;I.A.1 Sign for shoe-repairs and traffic signal partially block view of facade of arched windows.. .Source: Changing New... more

Grand Opera House, northwest corner, West 23rd Street and Ei...

Grand Opera House, northwest corner, West 23rd Street and Ei...

Digital ID: 482564. Grand Opera House, northwest corner, West 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue, Manhattan.. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. September 03, 1937. .Notes: Busy street in foreground, including cabs,... more

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Digital ID: 482580. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. February 10, 1938. .Notes: Code: I.B. Exhibited: Modern Vision #69 Looking Northwest from above the circle, statue of Columbus, B&O bus station topped wit... more

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