Broadway

4. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Eighth Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

5. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860.

5. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860.

6. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Fifth Regiment passing the St. Nicholas, on the way to meet the Embassy, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

7. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

Troop of Cavalry passing the St. Nicholas on the way to meet the Embassy, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

13. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The populace begin to gather before the Metropolitan Hotel to see the Embassy set out under the escort of the Seventh Regiment, to visit the Governor and the Mayor at the City Hall. The Hotel is decorated with 300 flags, alternate American and Japanese, June 18, 1860.

14. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The crowd in front of the Hotel increases on the occasion alluded to, in No. 13, June 18, 1860.

15. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment arrive in front of the Metropolitan to escort the Embassy to the City Hall, June 18, 1860. Two tax stamps on verso, 1-cent and 2-cent.

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Broadway.

16. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment are drawn up opposite the Metropolitan while the Ambassadors enter the carriages, June 18, 1860.

17. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Embassy leave the Metropolitan for the City Hall. The Seventh Regiment form a hollow square with the carriages of the Embassy in the middle, June 18, 1860.

17. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Embassy leave the Metropolitan for the City Hall. The Seventh Regiment form a hollow square with the carriages of the Embassy in the middle, June, 18, 1860.

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Broadway.

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Broadway. E. Anthony’s sign and studio at upper left.

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Broadway.

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Broadway from Fulton St.–Columns of St. Paul’s Church on the left.

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Broadway from near Broome St., Looking North.

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Broadway, from near Broome St., Looking North.

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Up Broadway from near the Corner of Spring St.

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Up Broadway from near the St. Nicholas Hotel.

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Up Broadway from near the St. Nicholas Hotel.

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Bird’s Eye View of Broadway, with Grace Church in the Distance.

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Up Broadway from the Pacific Bank. Anthony’s building and sign center left. (Courtesy of Russell Norton.)

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Up Broadway from the Pacific Bank. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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Up Broadway from Between Grand and Broome Sts. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building. This view once belonged to Dr. George Beck who was notorious for writing in red ink on his views.

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Up Broadway from Between Grand and Broome Sts. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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Up Broadway from Between Grand and Broome Sts. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building.

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Up Broadway from Between Grand and Broome Sts. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building.

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Up Broadway from Between Grand and Broome Sts. Sign for Anthony’s Gallery in view at the top of his 501 Broadway building. Label for McAllister & Brother, Philadelphia on verso. Also an interesting drawing of a skeleton.

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Up Broadway from Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.

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Up Broadway from Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel.

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Broadway.

101.

Broadway.

114.

Broadway.

181.

Broadway.

181.

Broadway.

187.

Broadway Looking South from the Corner of Spring St.

188.

Broadway on a Rainy Day.

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Broadway on a Rainy Day.

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Broadway on a Rainy Day.

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Broadway.

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Broadway.

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Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. Sign for Meade’s Gallery.

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Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. Sign for Meade’s Gallery.

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Broadway, from Barnum’s Museum. Sign for Meade’s Gallery.

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Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. Sign for Meade’s Gallery.

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View Up Broadway, with Stewart’s Famous Dry Goods Store in the Foreground.

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Broadway. View from Stewart’s Looking South. City Hall Park on the Left.

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Broadway on a Rainy Day.

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Bird’s Eye View of Broadway from Pearl St., Looking North. Sign for Kimball’s Gallery.

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