Omnibuses, Trolleys

288.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North.

289.

Park Row from Barnum’s Museum–The City Hall Park on the left. Stamp on verso for what appears to be L.H. Lockwell, Optician, Worcester, Mass.

289.

Park Row from Barnum’s Museum-The City Hall Park on the left.

290.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

290.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North. From the John Meig’s collection, Washington DC. His note at bottom “Bo’t at Franklin & Co, under National Hotel, Pa. Av. Wash. D.C. Mar. 7, 1864-ct. 0.30 cts.”

291.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

291.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

291.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

292.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking South, The St. Nicholas in the Distance.

293.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking South, The St. Nicholas Hotel in the Distance.

294.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, looking South–the St. Nicholas in the Distance.

295.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking South. The St. Nicholas in the Distance.

296.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North.

297.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North, the La Farge Hotel in the Distance. 2-cent cancelled tax stamp on verso.

297.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North–the Lafarge Hotel in the distance.

298.

Broadway, from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, looking North.

298.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North.

299.

Up Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. The City Hall Park on the Right.

300.

Up Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. The City Hall Park on the Right.

301.

Up Broadway from Barnum’s Museum–The City Hall Park on the Right.

302.

Up Broadway from Barnum’s Museum. The City Hall Park on the Right.

303.

Bird’s Eye View of Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Showing the Worth Monument, and the Spires of the Tabernacle and the Collegiate Church.

304.

The Fifth Avenue Hotel and the Worth Monument from the Balcony of St. Germaine. Label on verso “Sold at Wholesale and Retail by G.G. Mead, Chicago, Illinois.”

305.

Bird’s Eye View of the Fifth Avenue from the St. Germain’s, showing the Worth Monument and the Spires of the Collegiate and the Brick Church.

305.

Bird’s eye view of the Fifth Avenue from the St. Germain, showing the Worth Monument and the spires of the Collegiate and the Brick Church.

306.

Broadway from the Balcony of the Metropolitan, Looking North.

307.

Bird’s Eye View of Broadway from the Stereoscopic Emporium, Looking North.

309.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the right.

310.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the right, showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church. European issue: “Amerique du Nord. Le Broadway a New-York,” in manuscript on verso. Also label of E. Mayer, Oculiste–Opticien, Paris.

310.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the right. Showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church.

310.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the Right, Showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church.

311.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the right, showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church. Stamp of E.W. Parsons, Harford, Ct. on verso. Parsons was a prominent citizen and played many roles in the history of Hartford including acting as a principal with the Adams Express Co.

311.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the right–showing the Times Building, and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church.

312.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the Right, Showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church.

313.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the Right, Showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

314.

Park Row from Tryon Row, the City Hall Park on the Right, Showing the Times Building and a distant view of St. Paul’s Church.

315.

Broadway from Opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel, Looking North.

316.

Broadway from corner of Murray St., looking North.

316.

Broadway, from the corner of Murray St., Looking North.

318.

Broadway, from corner of Murray St., looking South.

318.

Broadway, from the corner of Murray St., Looking South. Barnum’s Museum with flags can be seen at center of view.

319.

Broadway, from the corner of Murray St., Looking North. This title is incorrect as we are looking South in the view from Murray St. Barnum’s Museum can be seen at the center of the view. Banner on the Museum reads “What is It? Is It Man, Monkey or?”

319.

Broadway, from the corner of Murray St., Looking North.┬áThis title is incorrect as we are looking South in the view from Murray St. Barnum’s Museum can be seen at the center of the view. Banner on the Museum reads “What is It? Is It Man, Monkey or?”

320.

Broadway, from the corner of Murray St., Looking South. Barnum’s Museum can be seen at the center of the view.

320.

Broadway, from corner of Murray St., looking North. [Although this says “North” the view is looking South.]

321.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North. Vignetted version of this view.

321.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

321.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

322.

Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

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Fourth of July In and About New-York. To the Right-Wheel.

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