No. 50. Unidentified NYC street scene.
Wm. Gramm’s frame factory, NY, ca. 1865. Factory and ware rooms, Marion St., No. 1, 3, & 5. Marion St. is no longer found in NYC. Formerly the northerly part of Orange Street, it ran from Centre and Broome Streets north to a dead end just beyond Prince Street. The part north of Kenmare Street was incorporated into Lafayette Street about 1905. In 1907 the two blocks from Broome to Spring Street were renamed Cleveland Place.
Piano factory. Probably Horace Waters & Sons factory, located in the same building as the photographer S. Beer, at 481 Broadway.
Brown & Spaulding, Jewelers, 568 & 570 Broadway, New York. Sleeve Buttons, Scarf Pins and Stud Department.
The Howe Machine Co., Sewing Machine Factory. Bridgeport, Conn. 629 Broadway, New York. 34. 2d Floor.–South Wing. Shuttle Room. Partial View.
William Gale, Jr. Silversmith. Nos. 572 & 574 Broadway, New York. 2d Floor.–Plated Ware Department.
William Gale, Jr. Silversmith. Nos. 572 & 574 Broadway, New York. Side Case No. 3.–Containing Waiters.