J.W. & J.S. Moulton

12297.

Barnum’s Roman Hippodrome.

12298.

916. Interior Gilmore’s Concert Garden.

12635.

No. 254. City Hall Park, New York.

12737.

No. 295. Building the New Post Office.

12738.

Union Square.

12739.

No. 291. South Street.

12740.

No. 308. City Hall Park, Brooklyn.

12741.

No. 271. Fulton Market.

12843.

View in Central Park, New York. This is the 7th Regiment Memorial, dedicated in June, 1874. It stands at West Drive @69th St. The sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward stands before his work. It honors the 58 men of New York’s Seventh Regiment who died in the Civil War.

12869.

Central Park Scenery.

12882.

No. 329. Pavilion at Mineral Spring, Central Park, NY.

12865.

No. 188. Boat Landing.

12886.

The Castle, Central Park. Belvedere Castle was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in 1867–1869. An architectural hybrid of Gothic and Romanesque styles, Vaux’s design called for a Manhattan schist and granite structure with a corner tower with conical cap, with the existing lookout over parapet walls between them.[1] Its name comes from belvedere, which means “beautiful view” in Italian.

12892.

View in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY.

12900.

No. 183. Mt. St. Vincent.

12914.

View in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY.

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