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1. Home for the Friendless.

Home for the Friendless, 32 E. 30th St., NYC.

3. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery.

4. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery Children.

5. Home for the Friendless.

School Children at Play.

5. Home for the Friendless.

School Children at Play.

7. Home for the Friendless.

Children in School.

8. Home for the Friendless.

Children in Chapel.

9. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The First Half Hour.

9. Home for the Friendless.

Children on Gallery-Anniversary.

10. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

Groups gathering on the Battery prior to the arrival of the Embassy, June 16, 1860.

10. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The Middle Lecture Room.

12. Home for the Friendless.

Advocate & Guardian Printing.

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The Regatta, July 4th, 1859. Preparing for the Start.

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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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Ferry Boat Running to Staten Island.

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Sloop Under Full Sail.

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Ferry Boat to South Brooklyn.

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Broadway from Barnum’s Museum, Looking North.

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

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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?”

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Fourth of July in and about New-York. A Company of Infantry marching through Chambers St., July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York. To the Right-Wheel.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” Scene on the Bay during the Regatta, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” The winning Boat passing the Judge’s Boat, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” The Barge containing the Committee of the Common Council taking its position previous to the Regatta, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” Scene on the Bay previous to the Regatta, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” Animated Scene. The Shore crowded with the Spectators, and the Water crowded with Boats and Sailing Vessels, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” Animated Scene. The Start, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York. The People assembling to witness the Review, July 4th, 1860.

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Fourth of July in and about New York.–“The Regatta.” Waiting for the Start, July 4th, 1860.

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Scene on the Battery at New-York, on the occasion of the Reception of the Prince of Wales.

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The Great Union Meeting, Union Square, New York, April 20, 1861. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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From near Casino, looking North.

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From the Summer House near Artists Gate (6th Ave. and 59th St.,) looking N.W.

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Bronze Group of Eagles and Alpine Goat, West of the Mall.

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The Bow Bridge.

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The Bow Bridge. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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View of High Bridge, from the New York side.

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Saloon of the Steamer St. John.

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Music Stand. Label for James W. Queen, Opticians, Philadelphia on verso.

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A Trip to Coney Island. View on the Creek, near the Toll Gate.

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A Trip to Coney Island. View on the Beach.

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Monument of Miss Charlotte Canda, Battle Avenue.

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City Hall, from Broadway.

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Front Entrance of the National Academy of Design, Cor. 4th Ave. and 23d St.

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Rutger’s Institute, cor. 5th Ave. and 42d Street. Remnants of tax stamp on verso.

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Rustic Bridge, near the 8th Avenue. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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A Pleasure Party on the Lake.

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The Marble Bridge at the Entrance to the Mall.

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The Terrace. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.

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