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New York
VIEWvS OF

ILLUSTRATED.

OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PHOTOGRAPHIC

THE

FOREMOST CITY OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE.

1899.

R.\ND,

McNALLY & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS,
Chicago and

New

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31691
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE American Museum of Natural History ... 195 American Surety Co.'s Buildinj^ ..'.... 59 American Tract 'Society's Buildinjj 81
Astor. Mrs. John Jacob', Residence of

PAGE
Gansevoort Market Grace Church
117 107
151

Battery Park anLl New York Bay, from Roof of Washington Building Hlaekwell's Island, South End Bolivar, Statue of Bowling Green Building BiitlgfS, Prospect Pa*k, Brooklyn P.rightnn Beach, Coney Island
. .

....

171

Grand Cential Station Grant's Tomb, Riverside Drive
Hale, Nathan, Statue of Hall of Architectural Casts, Metropolitan Mu-

Prospect Park, Brooklyn » 249 Residences, Northeast 'Corner Madison Avenue

...

PAGE
165

and

Fiftieth Street

221

89
189 143 233 145 147 199

Riverside Drive and Grant's Tomb 219 Riverside Drive. Looking North from (Iranfs

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37 49 47 247 251

Tomb

Castle William,Ciovern})r's Island, New York Cetilral Park, East Drive Central Park, Fountain and Lake Central Park. View of

Hioad Street, Looking South from Wall Street 71 Broad .Street, Looking North from Beavt-r 75 Broadway and Bond Street to Tenth Street 105 Broadway and Fifth Avenue, Junction of 127 Broadway from Tenth Street to Union Square 109 Broadway. Looking North from Exchange Place 55 Br(^n:)klyn Bridge 235 Brooklyn, Fulton and Court Streets 241 Brooklyn Savings Bank 243 Casino 149
. . . . . .

Bay

19 181

seum of Art Herald Building High Bridge Holland House Hotel Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Majestic Hotel Margaret. Columbia Heights, Brooklyn Hotel New Netherland . Hotel Savoy Huntington, CoUis P., Residence of Judson ilemorial Baptist Church Jumel Mansion Knickerbocker Theater Liberty, Statue "of. Front View, from Southeast Liberty, Statue of. Side View, from West Liberty, Statue of, View from Entrance of Pedestal, Looking toward New Y'ork
. . . .

215

Riverside Drive, Looking North from

dred and Twelfth Street Riverside Drive, Looking North from One Hundred and Twentieth Street Rivenside Drive and One Hundred and Eighth
Street Salvation Army Building Sectional Dry l)ock and Brooklyn Seventy-first Regiment Armory
'

One Hun211

213
207

237
173 173
171

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Navy Yard

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^^

141

.

113 231 149 23 25

Singer Building 77 Sixth Avenue, Looking North from Fourteenth •Street Station of Elevated Railroad .121 Society of American Artists 163 Some New York Statues 175 Sound Steamer leaving North River Pier 33 South Street, Looking South from Coenties

...

.

.

Century Club Church and Library,
ten Island
C'ity

185 183 163

Life Building

Looking Southwest from

Sailors'

Snug Harbor,

Sta29 159 91 63 155 203 209 177 89
51

Church Missions House. Entrance Hall ParkandNew Buildingson Cotfee Exchange College of Pharmacy Colonial Club Columbia University, Library of

Broadway
'.

CoUimbus Monument
Conkling, Roscoe, Statue of Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange Corn E>cchange Bank Criminal Courts and the Tombs
.

lyn Bridge Looking South from Bridge Madison Square Garden Mail and Express Building Manhattan Life Insurance Co.'s Building Matthews, J. H., Residence of May Parties, Central Park Memorial Arch, Brooklyn Metropolitan Club Metropolitan Museum of Art Metropolitan Opera House
.-

New York and BrookNew York and Brooklyn

27 139
13 15 137

Slip South Street, Scenes on
St. St. St. St. St. St.

Bartholomew's Parish House Francis Xavitr Church, Interior of

.

James Building
IvUke's Hospital

...

.

.

79 53 205
191

Patrick's Cathedral Patrick's Cathedral, Interior of

St.

Paul Building

233
153 187 143
.
.

St. Thomas Church Temple Beth-El Temporary Tomb of General Grant The Mall, Central Park

.

:

65
103 201

Montauk Club, Bri>ok]vn

HakotaFlats Daxid Island Delmonico's

39
61

Dun Building
Empire Building

Fidelity & Casualty Co. 's Building Fifth Avenue, Fifty-fir.st to Fifty-second Street. i6i Fifth Avenue, Looking North from One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Street 225 Fifth Avenue, Looking South from Twentysecond Street 131 Fifth Avenue Theater 135 Fire Headquarters, Brooklyn 239

77 57 63

York City Hall York Clearing House York Life Building York Post Office York Stock Exchange, Interior of Normal College Ocean Steamers in Berths, North River Ocean Steamer Outward Bound
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New New New New New

Moonlight on New Vo'rk Bay Morningside Park National Shoe & Leather Bank New York Bay from Battery New York Bay, a Misty ]\io"rning
'.

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,

.

245
21

Tiffany, Charles, Residence of Trinity Church, from Wall Street U^nion League Club

Union Square
. .'

43 45 155 125 133 223 157 159 83 167 145 217 179 197 67 231 123

227

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61 101

United States Sub-Treasurv 69 United States Trust Co 65 Vanderbilt, Cornelius, Residence of ... 169 View from Brooklyn, showing East River Bridge 5 View from Grant's Tomb 217 View from North River 5 View Looking Northeast from Roof of Office
.

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.

.

...

Fort Schuyler 39 Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island ig Fourth Avenue, from Twenty-first to Twentythird Street .129

Oyster Row Park Row Building
Physics,

85 73 193 41 255 115

Building, 66 Broadway ... View Looking Southwest from Roof Building, 66 Broadway Wall Street and Trinity Church War Vessel in New York Harbor

....

31
11

of Office
67
253 229

87

Department of Printing House Square Produce Exchange

...

153

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Work House,

99
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LOWER PART OF MANHATTAN BOROUGH

IN 1899— View from Brooklyn, Showing East River Bridge.

LOWER PART OK MANHATTAN BOROUGH

IN 1899— View from North River.

NEW YORK

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Beaver
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Thirtieth Street.

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THE CASINO AND KNICKERBOCKER THEATER — Broadway,
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Thirty-ninth to Thirty-eighth Street.

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COLLEGE OK PHARMACY— 115

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SOCIETY OF AMERICAN ARTISTS — 215 West
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HOTEL SAVOY — Southeast
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METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART -Hall

of Architectural Casts.

MAY PARTIES, CENTRAL PARK.
191

NORMAL COLLEGE — Park

and Lexington Avenues, Sixty-eighth
193

to Sixty-ninth Street.

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Architect.

Alfred Zucker,
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THE DAKOTA FLATS — Northwest
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Hardenburg,
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COLONIAL CLUB — Boulevard
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Kilburn, Architect.
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Lamb & Rich,
205

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Architects.

RESIDENCE SAMUEL

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BAYNE.

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RIVERSIDE DRIVE AND ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH STREET.
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THE LIBRARY OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY— ii6th
209

Street,

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