Church Street Terminal
Title:
Church Street Terminal
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Additional view from street level to the platforms. Hudson & Manhattan RR Co. Tunnel.


Union Square, West
Title:
Union Square, West
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Sep-15



Home of Chester A. Arthur
Title:
Home of Chester A. Arthur
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
123 Lexington Avenue, New York City - Chester A. Arthur, twenty-first President of the United States, was born in Fairfield, Vt., on Oct. 5th, 1830. He was graduated from Union College in 1848, and married Ellen Lewis Herndon in 1859. Arthur was genial in disposition, and his domestic life happy. As Vice-President, he succeeded to the Presidency by the death of Garfield on Sept. 19th, 1881. He died suddenly at his New York residence on Nov. 18th, 1886, having outlived his wife six years.


Wall Street and Trinity Church
Title:
Wall Street and Trinity Church
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM Oct-29



Dogs
Title:
Dogs
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Greenwich Village, New York City, 1987. Photograph by Derek Berg.


The Museum of Modern Art
Title:
The Museum of Modern Art
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
11 west 5 3Street



Lincoln Center Festival '67
Title:
Lincoln Center Festival '67
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Frank Stella (1936) Photo-lithograph 44 3/4 x 29 1/2, Celebrating Music, Dance, Opera, Theatre and Film. Courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd.


The Feast of San Gennaro, New York CIty
Title:
The Feast of San Gennaro, New York CIty
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Every September thousand of Italians and their friends celebrate The Feast of San Gennaro (September 19). Rides, games and an abundance of food make the one week festival an around-the-clock party on Mulberry Street and many other streets in Little Italy of Lower Manhattan.



Times Square
Title:
Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The miracles of Broadway are reflected in the millions of lights that illuminate the "great white way". Broadway is the center of the theatrical world, the stage, movies, music, television, radio, any entertainment of Broadway.


La Potinière Restaurant
Title:
La Potinière Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
60 West 55 Street.



Midtown from Queensboro Bridge
Title:
Midtown from Queensboro Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1942 Aug-11


Times Square
Title:
Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Known throughout the world as "The Great White Way". The magnet and high spot of New York. Here millions of people seek entertainment in the many theatres, night clubs, restaurants, etc.



Central Park
Title:
Central Park
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


The International Seamen's Club
Title:
The International Seamen's Club
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
At the Seamen's church institute of New York, 25 South Street, this attractive new club offers a lounge and "cafe" serving all active American and foreign merchant seamen.



New York University
Title:
New York University
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A view of the Student Union Building at New York University.


Empire State Studios
Title:
Empire State Studios
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A personal souvenir of Empire State - Maybe you'll never be nearer to heaven. Your own photograph on skyscraper postcards with the Billion Dollar skyline for a background. Photos finished while you tour the Observatory or mailed to your home. No extra charge for groups. Look for the photographer on the 86th Floor terrace.



Pierre Grill
Title:
Pierre Grill
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Breakfast-Luncheon-Dinner. A restaurant of charm and distinction where the accent is entirely on good food. Authentic Indian Curry dishes served daily. Hotel Pierre-Fifth Avenue at 61st Street.


United Nations
Title:
United Nations
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1958 Sep-22

Description:
First Day of Issue 3 cent



United Nations
Title:
United Nations
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1966 Jun-9

Description:
First Day of Issue, June 9, 1966 Air Mail Postal Card


United Nations
Title:
United Nations
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1957 May-27

Description:
May 27, 1957, Air Mail Postal Card, First Day of Issue



United Nations Air Mail Postage
Title:
United Nations Air Mail Postage
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1966 Jun-9

Description:
First Day of Issue, 1966 11 cents.


United Nations Airmail
Title:
United Nations Airmail
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1966 Jun-9

Description:
First Day of Issue June 9, 1966-11 cent Airmail Postal Card.



Rathskeller Restaurant
Title:
Rathskeller Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM Nov-3

Description:
The 2000 photos of old time notables which surround you at Joe King's German-American (now Hibernian) Rathskeller (17th Street & 3rd Avenue) would be a fascinating study, if you had time. But you don't, for there's too much gusto in progress-Community Singing & Good Looking Gals being boy friended. As for food, it's simple but noble and reliable, Irish Turkey & Cabbage, Schnitzel of Vienna, Knuckle of Pig, Steak of the Sirloin, Strudel of the Apple, also the best Marinated Herring these lips have smacked in moons, And--oh yes the Finest Drinks in Town.


Jack Delaney's Restaurant
Title:
Jack Delaney's Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
72 Grove Street, At the Crossroads of Greenwich Village, Sheridan Square. - It's "Where to Put On the Feed Bag" - Now Air Conditioned.



Jack Dempsey's Restaurant
Title:
Jack Dempsey's Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
"Where food and friendliness are knockouts" - "The Meeting Place of the World" - 50th at 8th Avenue, opposite Madison Square Garden.


Zucca's Restaurant
Title:
Zucca's Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1945

Description:
Internationally famous reputation for unusually fine food, drinks and Italian dishes. Zucca's New York for distinguished travelers. Few steps from Rockefeller Center. Air Conditioned. Venetian Dining Room-Bar and Grill-The Gardens. 118 West 49th Street.



Washington Arch, Empire State Building
Title:
Washington Arch, Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1941

Description:
This memorial which commemorates the inauguration of the First President of the United States was completed in 1893. It was designed by Stanford White, and erected at a cost of $250,000 raised by popular subscription. Framed in its arch the Empire State Building rears its towering shaft into the skies nearly a quarter of a mile above 5th Avenue.


Paramount Restaurant , Bar and Caterers
Title:
Paramount Restaurant , Bar and Caterers
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Where Kosher food is served at its best - Accommodations for private parties from 10 to 500 persons. 138 West 43rd St., just East of Broadway, Times Square.



Sloan / Wilson's yacht
Title:
Sloan / Wilson's yacht
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome PM 1969 Feb-19

Description:
Sloan / Wilson's yacht, the "Pretty Betty," which set sail from the port of New York, leaving Manhattan high life behind, to coast the sea-green waters of the Bahamas and points south in pursuit of the tranquil, simply, physical life afloat.


Financial District From Produce Exchange Tower
Title:
Financial District From Produce Exchange Tower
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



A Child's Place, The Main Office
Title:
A Child's Place, The Main Office
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Main Floor View, New York Aquarium
Title:
Main Floor View, New York Aquarium
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Open Daily. Free 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. April-October. 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. November-March. Closed Monday forenoons. Reached by elevated surface or subway lines running to south ferry.



Lady in a White Suit
Title:
Lady in a White Suit
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Posing on an observation deck atop a skyscraper. Empire State Building on right.


Crowd at a Fire
Title:
Crowd at a Fire
New York City New York (NY) unused



Temple Beth-El
Title:
Temple Beth-El
New York City New York (NY) unused


86th Street Brauhaus
Title:
86th Street Brauhaus
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Real Bavarian Atmosphere. The best continental dinner in New York.



Land Plane Administration Building, New York Municipal Airport
Title:
Land Plane Administration Building, New York Municipal Airport
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
The Municipal Airport at North Beach in New York City represents an investment of more than $10,000,000 and is designed to be the world's greatest transcontinental and transoceanic air terminal. Located in Queens on the East River only 8 miles from the heart of Manhattan.


The Subway Tavern with Subway Stations
Title:
The Subway Tavern with Subway Stations
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Mar-23

Description:
corner Bleecker and Elm Streets



Fifth Avenue
Title:
Fifth Avenue
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Entrance to Brooklyn Bridge
Title:
Entrance to Brooklyn Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Chinatown Highways and Byways
Title:
Chinatown Highways and Byways
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Some thirty companies of Chinese merchants do business in the highways and byways of streets of Chinatown, a number of whom supply Chinese shops in outlying towns. Their stocks are mainly imported direct, and include a wide range of goods.


Chinatown, Curbstone Traders
Title:
Chinatown, Curbstone Traders
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
In China the cities are much congested, and the people are forced to do business on the curb, and in the Chinese quarter in New York, we see them, in fair weather, carrying on all sorts of trading in the street.



Chinatown in Mott Street
Title:
Chinatown in Mott Street
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The business streets of this section astound in showy retail shops and restaurants, where English speaking clerks are always ready to serve. These are open to sight-seers, as are also the Joss House and theatre (where Chinese plays are ably acted by players).


Cosmopolitan
Title:
Cosmopolitan
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
"Chinatown" Opium Smokers



Chinatown, Out for a Holiday
Title:
Chinatown, Out for a Holiday
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
On holidays and pleasant afternoons, Chinese women and children are much in evidence. Their gaudy costumes give life and colour to their dismal surroundings.


Hotel Astor
Title:
Hotel Astor
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



New York Hippodrome
Title:
New York Hippodrome
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The court of the Golden Fountains "A Society Circus."


Adam and Eve
Title:
Adam and Eve
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
141 East 45th Street (between 3rd & Lex) East Side's #1 Topless Club - No Cover - No Admission - No Minimum.



Looking up Pell Street
Title:
Looking up Pell Street
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
In the heart of Chinatown.


Cafe San Martin
Title:
Cafe San Martin
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Please let us reserve you a table for that special occasion. Mi casa es su casa Ramon



Metropolitan Post Card Collectors Club
Title:
Metropolitan Post Card Collectors Club
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1973 Nov-4

Description:
Meets first Friday each month at District 65 Center, 140 East 8th Street. The Post Card Craze was at its height around 1906 and "Puck" published this cartoon. Cartoon courtesy of Sy Seidman.


Transportation Center
Title:
Transportation Center
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Located opposite City Hall Park, the most wonderful and complete transportation Terminal in existence. Three radiating surface car systems, two subways and two elevated systems operated without conflict or congestion, and without interference with entrance to Brooklyn Bridge promenades and driveways.



Central Park Tennis Courts
Title:
Central Park Tennis Courts
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Tennis Courts are free to the public. Here young folks enjoy themselves daily by playing Tennis and other games.


Fifth Avenue, North from 81st Street
Title:
Fifth Avenue, North from 81st Street
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Bird's Eye View of Pennsylvania Station
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Pennsylvania Station
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-16


Bird's Eye View
Title:
Bird's Eye View
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1915 Mar-8



Homeward Bound, Park Row
Title:
Homeward Bound, Park Row
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back


Bamboo Group Conservatories, Botanical Garden
Title:
Bamboo Group Conservatories, Botanical Garden
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Fraunces Tavern
Title:
Fraunces Tavern
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1914 Nov-12


Residence of J.P. Morgan
Title:
Residence of J.P. Morgan
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back



Pickle Vendor in the City
Title:
Pickle Vendor in the City
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Mott Street, Chinatown
Title:
Mott Street, Chinatown
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-12



Fifth Avenue North from 42nd Street
Title:
Fifth Avenue North from 42nd Street
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fifth Avenue North from 42nd Street, formerly a centre of fashion, is now a congested retail business district, some of New York's leading retail stores being located here. The city's foremost clubs are located near 43rd, 44th and 45th Streets. Delmonicas restaurant founded in 1878 is at 44th Street.


Broadway is lonesome, dear, without you, keeps asking for you all the while
Title:
Broadway is lonesome, dear, without you, keeps asking for you all the while
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-13



Claremont, Riverside Drive
Title:
Claremont, Riverside Drive
New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Ellis Island, New York Harbor, BIrd's-Eye View
Title:
Ellis Island, New York Harbor, BIrd's-Eye View
New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Hyde Statue, Equitable Life Building
Title:
Hyde Statue, Equitable Life Building
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Destroyed by Fire, January 9th, 1912


South Ferry
Title:
South Ferry
New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Standard Oil Building
Title:
Standard Oil Building
New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Photo of the Standard Oil Building, 26 Broadway, New York.


Columbia University Campus
Title:
Columbia University Campus
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Butler Library was completed in 1934. A gift of Edward Harkness, this building houses the main library of the University.



Village Cigar Store in Sheridan Square
Title:
Village Cigar Store in Sheridan Square
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused


Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bronx



Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the New York Yankees Baseball Team. The stadium was renovated in 1976 at a cost of more than 100 million dollars. It has a seating capacity of 57,000 and is located at 157th Street and River Avenue in the Bronx.


Martin Beck Theatre
Title:
Martin Beck Theatre
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Sculptor Ann Slavit's 42-foot Giant's Leg dangles ominously above the Martin Beck Theatre, home of the Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine smash Broadway musical INTO THE WOODS.



Roof View From Empire State Building
Title:
Roof View From Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1957 May-27

Description:
This roof view from the Empire State Building, overlooking the Manhattan skyscrapers, showing the borough of Queens in the distance. At left is the Chrysler Building, the Daily News Building and TV Tower, and the UN Building at the right.


Woolworth Building
Title:
Woolworth Building
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1920 Jul-31

Description:
The cathedral of commerce, the Woolworth Building, New York City, the tallest and most beautiful office building in the world. Height 792 feet 1 inch - sixty stories.



Eddie Condon's
Title:
Eddie Condon's
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1955 Jul-18

Description:
Eddie Condon presents nightly Eddie Condon - guitar, Wild Bill Davison - Coronet; Gene Schroeder - Piano; Edmunds Hall - Clarinet; Cutty Cutshall - Trombone; Geo. Wettling - Drums; Walter Page - Bass. Jam sessions every Tuesday.


San Gennaro - New York City
Title:
San Gennaro - New York City
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
An italian festival held on Mulberry Street, Little Italy, for one week in September to honor Saint Gennaro. A variety of gourmet Italian foods are offered as tempting delight



George Washington Bridge Bus Station
Title:
George Washington Bridge Bus Station
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at the New York approach to the George Washington Bridge, at Broadway and 178th Street, this Bus Station whose distinctive roof was designed by the famed Italian architect-engineer, Dr. Pier Luigi Nervi, was constructed by the Port of New York Authority. It has direct ramp connections with the upper level of the George Washington Bridge for commuter bus traffic. The Station, which is expected to accommodate 18,000,000 passengers in its first year of operation, has direct pedestrian access to the Independent Subway at 175th Street.


World Trade Center and Statue of Liberty
Title:
World Trade Center and Statue of Liberty
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A spectacular view of the World Trade Center. A complex of buildings including two huge towers 110 stories high - the tallest buildings in New York.



Aquarium, Battery Park and Bay, New York
Title:
Aquarium, Battery Park and Bay, New York
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1514 L


City Hall, New York
Title:
City Hall, New York
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1503



Embossed City Hall
Title:
Embossed City Hall
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1906


Whitehall Building
Title:
Whitehall Building
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-3



Columbia University
Title:
Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM Sep-9

Description:
Columbia University occupies an area of 26 acres from Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue West and 114th to 120 Streets. Was originally founded as Kings College in 1754 at Broadway and Barclay Streets. Moved in 1857 to Madison Avenue and 49th Street, new buildings on present site were erected between 1892 and 1902 at a cost of $13,000,000. Endowment $29,000,000


Belmont Hotel
Title:
Belmont Hotel
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1907



Hotel Belmont, Park Ave. and Forth-Second Street
Title:
Hotel Belmont, Park Ave. and Forth-Second Street
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1916 May-4


Broadway Central Hotel
Title:
Broadway Central Hotel
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-27

Description:
Broadway, corner Third Street. Tilly Haynes, Proprietor. Daniel C. Wess, Manager.



Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), White Border unused


Polo Grounds
Title:
Polo Grounds
New York City New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Home of the New York Giants. Polo Grounds are located at 155th Street and Eighth Avenue and cover about 15 city blocks. The stands are strictly fireproof, being built entirely of stone and concrete. It was opened during the season of 1912, and is the largest baseball park in the United States. It has a seating capacity over 45,000.



New York
Title:
New York
New York City New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format PM 2001

Description:
Sunrise illuminates the East River skyline, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Street Seaport.


Statue of Liberty Plaque
Title:
Statue of Liberty Plaque
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused



South View From Empire State Building
Title:
South View From Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Empire State Building
Title:
Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1944 Oct-19



Williamsburg Bridge
Title:
Williamsburg Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jun-26


Essex Street
Title:
Essex Street
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Madison Square, Flatiron Building
Title:
Madison Square, Flatiron Building
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Oct-3


Saint Andrews Protest, E. Church
Title:
Saint Andrews Protest, E. Church
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Park Presbyterian Church
Title:
Park Presbyterian Church
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
86th St. & Amsterdam Ave


Collegiate Church, Fifth Ave & 48th St.
Title:
Collegiate Church, Fifth Ave & 48th St.
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Broadway Tabernacle
Title:
Broadway Tabernacle
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Calvary Baptist Church
Title:
Calvary Baptist Church
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Church of the Heavenly Rest
Title:
Church of the Heavenly Rest
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Harlem Presbyterian Church
Title:
Harlem Presbyterian Church
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



National Shoe & Leather Bank and Chambers Bldgs.
Title:
National Shoe & Leather Bank and Chambers Bldgs.
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Apr-12


Metropolitan Opera House Broadway
Title:
Metropolitan Opera House Broadway
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1903 Nov-21



Fifth Avenue
Title:
Fifth Avenue
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-3


Barnard College
Title:
Barnard College
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 Jul-31



Bethesda Fountain, Central Park
Title:
Bethesda Fountain, Central Park
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Cosmopolitan "Chinatown" Curbstone Traders
Title:
Cosmopolitan "Chinatown" Curbstone Traders
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Curbstone Traders In China the cities are much congested and the people are forced to do business on the curb, and in the Chinese quarter in New York , we see them in fair weather, carrying on all sorts of trading in the street.



Flatiron Building
Title:
Flatiron Building
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant
Title:
Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
"The Meeting Place of the World" - Come in and say Hello! On Broadway between 49th & 50th Streets. When in New York Stop At Jack Dempsey's Great Northern Hotel, 118 West 57 Street. Convenient to Everything-Moderate Rates.



Rockefeller Center and Lower Plaza
Title:
Rockefeller Center and Lower Plaza
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Lower Plaza in front of the RCAA Building features the Promethus Fountain and is one of the most impressive sights in Manhattan. During the summer months the Plaza is used for a Restaurant and during the winter months as an ice-skating rink.


"Can-Can" at the Shubert Theatre
Title:
"Can-Can" at the Shubert Theatre
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1954 Aug-12

Description:
New York's Most Exciting Musical - Magnifique, Extraordinaire, Merveilleuse! 229 West 44th Street.



Double Deck Bus, On Fifth Avenue
Title:
Double Deck Bus, On Fifth Avenue
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
The Motor Omnibuses start Washington Square and traverse six different routes, transferring at two cross town streets to the Pennsylvania Station and Bleecher St. L. Station. The fare is 10 cents and the average time required to make the trips each way is 40 to 50 minutes. A sign on the front and designates the route. All buses traverse Fifth Ave. from Washington Ave. Square to 57th St.


Flat Iron Building and Fifth Avenue
Title:
Flat Iron Building and Fifth Avenue
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



British & French Empire Buildings Rockefeller Center
Title:
British & French Empire Buildings Rockefeller Center
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused


Grand Central Terminal
Title:
Grand Central Terminal
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Old Russian Bear
Title:
Old Russian Bear
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
America's Oldest Russian Restaurant, established 1908. Nationally famed for the excellence of its Russian cuisine and beauty of true Russian atmosphere. Balalaika Music - Dancing. "Catering to the Most Discriminating...in Distinctly Russian Atmosphere" at 645 Lexington Avenue, between 54th-55th Streets.


Herald Square Hotel
Title:
Herald Square Hotel
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1911 Apr-16

Description:
Thirty-Fourth Street. Just west of Broadway. C.F. Wildey & Sons, Props. 1 block from new Penn. Terminal. Baggage free to & from station.



N.Y. 53. "Roof Garden at Night, Hotel Astor"
Title:
N.Y. 53. "Roof Garden at Night, Hotel Astor"
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
There are many attractions to be found in this "Wonder City," but none exceed in elegance and luxurious appointments the Roof Garden of the Hotel Astor, located at Broadway and 45th Street, in the center of the theatre and hotel district. Here may be seen the high-life and reckless wealth which characterizes the "richest city in the world." Many social functions and elaborate entertainments are held here.


National League Baseball Park
Title:
National League Baseball Park
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1921 Aug-29

Description:
Commonly known as Polo Grounds located at 155th street and Eighth Ave., covering about 16 city blocks. The stands are built entirely of stone and concrete, being strictly fireproof. It was opened during the season of 1912 and is the biggest Base Ball Park in the U.S. Seating capacity over 45,000.



Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Yankee Stadium. Home of the New York American league baseball Team, know as the "Yankees." It is the larges baseball park in the United States. Seating capacity 60,000.


Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant
Title:
Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen

Description:
Come In and Say Hello! at The Meeting Place of the World. On Broadway between 49th & 50th Streets.



Bond Waterfall Sign on Times Square
Title:
Bond Waterfall Sign on Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Largest spectacular sign in the world. Bond sign on Broadway - a full block from 44th to 45th Street in Times Square. 21,500 electric light bulbs over two miles of vari-colored neon. 10,000 gallons of water pumped over the falls every minute by 23 giant pumps on the roof, same water used over and over. Waterfall is 27 feet high, 132 feet long. Giant statues are more than five stories high, weigh over six tons each. Traveling message sign 248 feet long, letters over six feet high.


Autopiano Company
Title:
Autopiano Company
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Autopiano factories in New York City, (50th to 52nd Sts., facing the Hudson River) the largest factories in the world devoted to the Manufacture of Player Pianos exclusively. The factories work over-time to supply the demand for this marvelous Player Piano. Sold by C.O. Stiles, 543 Cor. Court St. & Miami Avenue, Sidney, Ohio.



Metropolitan Opera House, New York
Title:
Metropolitan Opera House, New York
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series C. V. 112


New York & Brooklyn Bridge
Title:
New York & Brooklyn Bridge
New York City New York (NY) unused

Description:
Series 1500L



New Trinity Building
Title:
New Trinity Building
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Dec-30


Temple Beth
Title:
Temple Beth
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
Fifth Avenue.



Low Library, Columbia University
Title:
Low Library, Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1954 Jan-4

Description:
First Main Building to be erected at university - begun in 1895, finished in 1897 - surmounted by a dome which is largest ever built of solid masonry in America.


Oryx Gazelle or Beisa, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
Oryx Gazelle or Beisa, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The oryx gazelles shown here are approaching a water hole. They are closely related to the gemsbok but smaller. A water hole is a focal point of interest for many species of animals that need to drink. In many parts of Africa the small streams fail in the dry season, and the only available moisture occurs in places where the geographical formation brings water into the holes by seepage.



East African Plains Group, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
East African Plains Group, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1956

Description:
Among the antelopes in the herds of games till roaming the East African plains are kongoni hartebeest and Thomson gazelles. The hartebeest, with its high forehead and bracket-shaped horns is characteristic of this region. Thomson gazelles, called "Tommies" by hunters, are common in East Africa. They are one of the tames tof the gazelles. In the background behind the "tommies" are Roberts gazelles, larger than the others.


Greater Koodoo, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
Greater Koodoo, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1954 Oct-14

Description:
The greater koodoo (often spelled kudu) carries the longest horns of any African antelope. These rise in a spreading and tapering spiral from the well-proportioned head, borne by the stately body. This antelope is well distributed through Africa south of the Sahara but not in the rain forests. It is shy and wary, and is seen in small bands of or alone.



Latia Bible, English, Early 14th Century, The New York Public Library
Title:
Latia Bible, English, Early 14th Century, The New York Public Library
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1953 Oct-1


Columbia University Area
Title:
Columbia University Area
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM Jan-4

Description:
With Seth Low Memorial Library and Riverside Church.



United Nations Emblem Adopted by the General Assembly
Title:
United Nations Emblem Adopted by the General Assembly
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1951 Nov-16


United Nations: International Atomic Energy Agency
Title:
United Nations: International Atomic Energy Agency
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused



Torch of Democracy, United Nations
Title:
Torch of Democracy, United Nations
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1957 Dec-10


United Nations First Day Cover
Title:
United Nations First Day Cover
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1957 May-24



Statue of Liberty - First Day of Issue
Title:
Statue of Liberty - First Day of Issue
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1954 Apr-9

Description:
The Statue of Liberty, New York City. Located on Bedloe's Island, 1 3/4 miles southwest from the Battery, this world famous symbol of liberty was presented to the United States by the people of France in 1884.


New York City Northwest Orient Airlines
Title:
New York City Northwest Orient Airlines
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York...the meeting place of the world! Her giant skyscrapers, as well as the Statue of Liberty, reach up to salute you. new York is a city of the new - a city setting the tempo for a nation. Fly there by Northwest Orient Airlines.



Madison Square Garden, Billy Graham Crusade
Title:
Madison Square Garden, Billy Graham Crusade
New York City New York (NY), Chrome

Description:
Scene of the Billy Graham New York Crusade. Each night the vast arena is filled and each night hundreds of persons record their decision for Christ in America's greatest evangelistic Crusade ever.


Sold Out Notice, Mason & Hanson
Title:
Sold Out Notice, Mason & Hanson
New York City New York (NY), Pioneer PM 1894 Jun-1



A Dirigible About to Moor to the Base Atop the Empire State Building
Title:
A Dirigible About to Moor to the Base Atop the Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


The Stein Room of Luchow's German Restaurant
Title:
The Stein Room of Luchow's German Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused



Sectino of Luchow's German Restaurant
Title:
Sectino of Luchow's German Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Showing famous painting by Auguste Hagborg.


Grand Foyer of Radio City Music Hall
Title:
Grand Foyer of Radio City Music Hall
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1936 Oct-17



The Great White Way From the Observation Tower of the Empire State Building
Title:
The Great White Way From the Observation Tower of the Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
The most sensational view in the world.


The Airplane Skims the Top of the Empire State Tower
Title:
The Airplane Skims the Top of the Empire State Tower
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused



The Great White Way From Empire State Building
Title:
The Great White Way From Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
The most sensational view in the world. The Great White Way from the observation tower of the Empire State Building.


Metropolitan Square, Radio City
Title:
Metropolitan Square, Radio City
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused



Southeastern View From Empire State Observatory
Title:
Southeastern View From Empire State Observatory
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


North-Eastern View From Empire State Observatory
Title:
North-Eastern View From Empire State Observatory
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused



South-western View From Empire State Observatory
Title:
South-western View From Empire State Observatory
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
See New York from Empire State Observatory - tallest in the world - 1246 feet high - Fifth Ave & 3rd Street.


Western View From Empire State Observatory
Title:
Western View From Empire State Observatory
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Tallest in the world. 1250 feet high. Fifth Ave & 3rd Street.



Lincoln Building
Title:
Lincoln Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Western View From Empire State Observatory
Title:
Western View From
Real Photo unused



Russian Team Room
Title:
Russian Team Room
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ancient Slavic peoples worshiped the sun and at Spring solstice cooked his image, a round cake fried in butter. As a result the Blini came into Russian cuisine.


Russian Tea Room
Title:
Russian Tea Room
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Peter the Great was the first monarch to invite ladies to dine at his dinner table. He demanded that the women of his court adopt fashionable hair styles, stop coloring their teeth black, discard their veils and appear in decollete gowns. Peter the Great was fond of Dutch cheeses and meats served with fruit preserves.



Mayor Edward Koch of New York City
Title:
Mayor Edward Koch of New York City
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused


Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Is the home of New York Yankees baseball team. The Stadium was renovated in 1976 at a cost of more than 100 million dollars. It has a seating capacity of 57,000 and is located at 157th Street and River Avenue in the Bronx.



Latin Quarter Cabaret
Title:
Latin Quarter Cabaret
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
New York is the wonder city... a city of infinite and unsurpassable interest. The greatest all around vacation center in the world. It is in this city at Broadway and 48th Street that the wonder cabaret, the Latin Quarter is located, serving delicious food... great shows... with exquisite girls and great stars. There is nothing to compare with this value. Nowhere in the world can you spend so glorious an evening at so moderate a cost.


All Around The Town
Title:
All Around The Town
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Jim Doane The modern passenger and cargo shipping terminal of the Holland-American Line is in the foreground. Looking uptown from over the Hudson River, the Empire State Building and midtown skyscrapers including the Pan Am and Chrysler Building dominate the skyline. Dexter Press, Inc.



Paul Newman
Title:
Paul Newman
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
E. Peter Schroeder 1953


Truman Capote, 1969
Title:
Truman Capote, 1969
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused



The HBO 20th Anniversary Bryant Park Summer Film Festival 2012
Title:
The HBO 20th Anniversary Bryant Park Summer Film Festival 2012
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused


Priscilla Leaving Pier at New York Harbor, Fall River Line
Title:
Priscilla Leaving Pier at New York Harbor, Fall River Line
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
New York as seen from Fall River Line boats.



Paddy's Clam House
Title:
Paddy's Clam House
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
215 W. 34th Street, Bet. 7th & 8th Aves. Special 5 course lobster dinner - Sundays.


Solowey's Restaurant & Bar
Title:
Solowey's Restaurant & Bar
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Known for its excellent food. 431-433 Seventh Avenue. Never closed. 7th Avenue at 34th Street. Opposite Pennsylvania Station.



Chateau Henri IV Restaurant
Title:
Chateau Henri IV Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Meet for Cocktails at the most romantic rendezvous in New York. Luncheon - Dinner - After Theatre Specialties - Fine French Cuisine - Violin Music by Candlelight - Open Sundays - Air Conditioned - 37 East 64th Street.


Atop the Empire State Building
Title:
Atop the Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo

Description:
World's Tallest: 1,472 feet, 102 stories



Just Arrived in New York, the Wonder City
Title:
Just Arrived in New York, the Wonder City
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1948 Jul-8


Lobby Entrance, Rex Hotel
Title:
Lobby Entrance, Rex Hotel
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1937 Jul-20

Description:
In the Heart of the City - 250 Rooms - 106 West 47th Street



Greetings from 86th St. Brauhas
Title:
Greetings from 86th St. Brauhas
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1960 Dec-27

Description:
249 East 86th St., New York City Telephone Lehigh 4-9640 4-4202 Real Bavarian Atmosphere. The best continental dinner in New York


An Inspector on the Job
Title:
An Inspector on the Job
New York City New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Empire State Building Photographs 1930-31, by Lewis Hine (1874-1940).



Queensboro Bridge
Title:
Queensboro Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-21


Columbia University
Title:
Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Columbia University occupies an area of 26 acres from Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue West, and 114th to 120th Streets. Was originally founded as Kings College in 1754 at Broadway and Barclay Streets. Moved in 1857 to Madison Avenue and 49th Street, new buildings on present site were erected between 1892 and 1902 at a cost of $13,000,000. Endowment $29,000,000.



Airlines Terminal Rotunda
Title:
Airlines Terminal Rotunda
New York City New York (NY), Linen


New York Stock Exchange
Title:
New York Stock Exchange
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1933 Oct-22

Description:
The primary market place for the nation's securities. Established in 1792. Situated at corner of Wall and Broad Streets, New York City



Castle Paterno, Washington Heights
Title:
Castle Paterno, Washington Heights
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-9

Description:
The Castle has a splendid location on the bluffs, and commands a splendid view of the beautiful Hudson River and the Palisades on the west shore. It is surrounded by well kept private gardens and is one of the show places on the Heights.


Rules to be Observed in Ordering Books - Mercantile Library, Astor Place
Title:
Rules to be Observed in Ordering Books - Mercantile Library, Astor Place
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Order From G.P. Putnam's Sons, Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers
Title:
Order From G.P. Putnam's Sons, Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM Apr-20


Examples of Valentine & Co. Labels
Title:
Examples of Valentine & Co. Labels
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Examples of Valentine & Co. Labels
Title:
Examples of Valentine & Co. Labels
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Harper's Bazar Magazine, Harper Brothers, Publishers
Title:
Harper's Bazar Magazine, Harper Brothers, Publishers
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The October number of Harper's Bazar will be as always the great Autumn fashion number.



Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, Looking North
Title:
Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, Looking North
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused


Kenny's Steak Pub
Title:
Kenny's Steak Pub
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Eat, drink and be merrie. Open daily from 12 noon for luncheon - cocktails - dinner and after theatre supper. Piano nightly. 565 Lexington Ave. at 50th Street. EL5-0666.



Rebaje's Jewelry and Gifts
Title:
Rebaje's Jewelry and Gifts
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
337 Fifth Avenue at 35th Street. MUrray Hill 6-4180. World's finest display of handcrafted copper.


Well Done Men - America Greets You
Title:
Well Done Men - America Greets You
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM Jun-03

Description:
Statue of Liberty. Department for reception of returning troops, YMCA.



Greetings From New York
Title:
Greetings From New York
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused


Greetings from New York
Title:
Greetings from New York
New York City New York (NY), Linen



Greetings from New York
Title:
Greetings from New York
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused


Greetings from New York City
Title:
Greetings from New York City
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused



Greetings from New York City
Title:
Greetings from New York City
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
New York City has a population of over 7,500,000 people and is known everywhere as the "Skyscraper City." Radio City, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Woolworth Building, are some of the tallest and largest buildings in the world and form an integral part of New York's famed skyline.


Greetings from New York City
Title:
Greetings from New York City
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
New York City has a population of over 7,500,000 people and is known everywhere as the "Sky-scraper City." Radio City, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Woolworth Building, are some of the tallest and largest buildings in the world and form an integral part of New York's famed skyline.



The Ensemble of The Famous Hollywood Cabaret Restaurant
Title:
The Ensemble of The Famous Hollywood Cabaret Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen

Description:
To dine, dance and be entertained, visit the famous Hollywood Cabaret Restaurant. Broadway at 48th St., NY. The show place of the world. Originators of no cover charge.


Scene From "The Great Waltz"
Title:
Scene From "The Great Waltz"
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Musical hit at the Center Theatre, Rockefeller Center, NY.



Ronnie's Steak House
Title:
Ronnie's Steak House
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
115 West 52nd Street. JU6-3380. The most glamorous steak house in town. A must on your list. Dexter


Engineering Hall, Columbia University
Title:
Engineering Hall, Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Engineering Building is located on the west side of the main group of buildings. The Battle of Harlem Heights was fought in this vicinity Sept 16, 1776. There is a bronze memorial tablet on the Broadway front of Engineering Building to commemorate this battle.



Waldorf-Astoria
Title:
Waldorf-Astoria
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Columbia University
Title:
Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jan-19



Scenes of New York City
Title:
Scenes of New York City
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Appellate Court; Brooklyn Bridge; High Bridge, Harlem River; Fifth Ave.; Bowery; Trinity Church; Barnard College; Sherman's Statue; St. Thomas Church; Broadway Bldgs.; Stock Exchange; St. John the Divine; Columbia University.


View of New York From North River
Title:
View of New York From North River
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Chinese Tuxedo
Title:
Chinese Tuxedo
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Hyn-24

Description:
Scenes in Chinatown - Interior of Chinese Restaurant


Greetings From New York!
Title:
Greetings From New York!
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1960 Nov-2

Description:
Shopping for you in the fashion center of the U.S. Finding wonderful values in all the new styles, fabrics, and colors. See them in the store above! Faye-Renee, 191 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California.



Al & Dick's Steak House
Title:
Al & Dick's Steak House
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
151 W. 54th St., New York City Plaza 7-0095 - 0096 Interesting, beautiful modern interior. New York's Best in Food and Drink. Meeting Place of Television, Radio, Stage and Screen Personalities. Banquet Facilities Closed Sundays Member of Diner's Club Your Host -- Al Greene


Mrs. Estella V. Smith, Rooms for Tourists
Title:
Mrs. Estella V. Smith, Rooms for Tourists
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1985 Jul-8

Description:
2503 Sedgwick Avenue. Telephone FOrdham 4-4023.



Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan
Title:
Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
This unusual aerial view over New York Bay shows Liberty Island in the foreground with the skyscrapers of Manhattan's financial district in the background. The Brooklyn Bridge Is just visible on the right.


La Guardia Air Port New York
Title:
La Guardia Air Port New York
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
off for a trip on United Airlines. Interested spectators watch a huge, three-mile-a-minute Mainliner being prepared for its takeoff on its 2,700 mile flight from the New York Municipal Airport to California. New York is only 16 hours away from the Pacific Coast by air.



The Schapirograph Co
Title:
The Schapirograph Co
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
What is Schapirograph? Shapirograph is the latest up-to-date multi-copying device, the one, reproducing black penwritten copies.


The Schapirograph Co
Title:
The Schapirograph Co
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1901 Aug-23

Description:
What is Schapirograph? Schapirograph is the latest up-to-date multi-copying device, the one, reproducing black penwritten copies; also purple from typewriter and pencil.



SS Santa Elena Sails Saturday, November 24, 12 Noon
Title:
SS Santa Elena Sails Saturday, November 24, 12 Noon
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1934

Description:
Grace Line - Panama Pacific Line. Weekly Saturday Sailings from Pier 61, North River.


Funk & Wagnalls Company
Title:
Funk & Wagnalls Company
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1929 Aug-9

Description:
Order receipt.



Metropolitan Building
Title:
Metropolitan Building
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM Jul-25

Description:
M. LeBrun & Sons, Architects.


Morningside Drive, North of 114th Street
Title:
Morningside Drive, North of 114th Street
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1916 Aug-8



Scene in Chinatown
Title:
Scene in Chinatown
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
The heart of Chinatown is on Mott Street, from Bayard to Chatham Square. On this street and the immediate neighborhood live the majority of the Chinese in New York City. Here are located the joss houses the civil officers of the colony and lodging houses and restaurants the gambling rooms and opium-smoking dens. The Chinese stores containing mostly goods imported direct are always open to visitors.


Riesenbau Singer
Title:
Riesenbau Singer
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
612 Fuss Hoch - 41 Stockwerke - 16 Aufzuge



Grand Central Terminal and Building
Title:
Grand Central Terminal and Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo


Zucca's Italian Garden
Title:
Zucca's Italian Garden
New York City New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
116-118-120 West 49th Street. Telephone: Bryant 5511.



Main Concourse, Pennsylvania Station
Title:
Main Concourse, Pennsylvania Station
New York City New York (NY), White Border PM 1934

Description:
A covered assembling place over 200 feet wide, extending the entire width of the Station. Located directly over the tracks on which the trains arrive and depart. The concourse is the vestibule to the tracks; stairs descend from it to each of the train platforms. All of this area is open to the tracks, forming a courtyard 340 feet wide by 210 feet broad, roofed by a lofty dome of iron and glass.


Underwood Typewriter Advertisement
Title:
Underwood Typewriter Advertisement
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo



St. Patrick's Cathedral Easter Sunday
Title:
St. Patrick's Cathedral Easter Sunday
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Exhibition Gallery, Junior Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Title:
Exhibition Gallery, Junior Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street.



Buildesign Corp.
Title:
Buildesign Corp.
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Buildesign presents Venezia precut marble.


This is New York City
Title:
This is New York City
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The mighty symbols of a city that is first in the entire world. Koppel Color Cards



Murray's Italian Garden
Title:
Murray's Italian Garden
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-25

Description:
Northwest corner 34th Street. Broadway.


The Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights
Title:
The Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1926 Jun-19

Description:
The Jumel Mansion located at 160th Street near Amsterdam Avenue, is the most historic house on Manhattan Island. It was built in 1763 by Roger Morris, the husband of that Mary Philipse, for whose hand George Washington is said to have been an unsuccessful suitor. It was a farm house in 1790, when Gen. Washington gave a dinner in the old house to his cabinet officers and their ladies. It is now owned by the City and contains a museum of Revolutionary relics. Open to visitors every day from 9 to 5.



Herald Square
Title:
Herald Square
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Wall Street Showing Trinity Church in Distance
Title:
Wall Street Showing Trinity Church in Distance
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1915 May-7

Description:
Here is situated the financial heart of America. The street is occupied entirely by bank, financial institutions and allied interests.



Columbus Circle
Title:
Columbus Circle
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-14


Entrance to Central Park
Title:
Entrance to Central Park
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
59th street and 8th Avenue. Central Park extends between Fifth and Eighth Avenue from 59th Street to 110th Street, being one of the most beautiful parks in the world. A beautiful monument dedicated to the heroes who died on the US Battlship Maine, has recently been erected at the 59th Street and 8th Avenue entrance.



Greetings From New York's Fifth Avenue
Title:
Greetings From New York's Fifth Avenue
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-7


Greetings From New York, The Wonder City
Title:
Greetings From New York, The Wonder City
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York City 1. Statue of Liberty 2. World Trade Center 3. Channel Gardens in Rockefeller Center 4. Empire State Building



The New York Pavilion
Title:
The New York Pavilion
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1964 Sep-10

Description:
At The World's Fair, N.Y.C. This exhibit features "The State Fair of the Future in the Tent of Tomorrow." There are daily fashion shows and a marvelous art museum. The 226 foot observation tower is the highest point of the Fair.


Sardi's
Title:
Sardi's
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
234 West 44th Street. Lunch, dinner, after-theater supper and Sunday brunch. Private party facilities. The longest running show on Broadway.



Maison Coty
Title:
Maison Coty
New York City New York (NY), Chrome

Description:
Charm Center of the New York World's Fair situated at the Long Island Plaza. Home of all the enhances feminine beauty and glamour. The "Magic Fountain" surrounded by an arcade of famed perfumes - Coty "Aie Spun" Face Powder in the making - the Beauty Theatre - the Laboratory Museum - all herald the World of Beauty of Tomorrow.


Yashica Spectacular, Times Square
Title:
Yashica Spectacular, Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused



Divan Parisian
Title:
Divan Parisian
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
17 East 45th Street. MUrray Hill 2-8795. Famous for chicken divan.


Hotel Victoria
Title:
Hotel Victoria
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
51st Street and 7th Avenue. 26 floors of sunshine - courtesy - hospitality. Accommodations for 1000 guests. All rooms and suites are luxuriously furnished and equipped with tub and shower; radio; ice water; servidor. Adjacent to Rockefeller Center; shopping zone; and colorful Times Square and the theater district. Transient and residential.



American Woman's Club
Title:
American Woman's Club
New York City New York (NY), Linen

Description:
353 West 57th Street. This 27-story building in the heart of the city, combining the facilities of a modern hotel with those of a famous club, is open both to members and non-members. It is easily accessible to shopping, theatre, and business districts, and to the New York World's Fair.


Rooftop Swimming Pool at the Holiday Inn
Title:
Rooftop Swimming Pool at the Holiday Inn
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Coliseum. 440 W 57th Street. Tel: 212-581-8100. 606 spacious rooms. In the heart of mid-town Manhattan. Free underground parking. Restaurants and cocktail lounge. Entertainment.



Brooklyn Bridge
Title:
Brooklyn Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


New York Museum of Science and Industry, Rockefeller Center
Title:
New York Museum of Science and Industry, Rockefeller Center
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Better things for better living through chemistry. A view of the exhibition in the New York Museum of Science and Industry of principal contributions of the duPont Co. laboratories revealing the various products which are manufactured from such raw materials as coal, salt, vegetable oils, cotton and wood. This is one in a series of constantly changing exhibitions, which, together with the 2000 other permanent displays earns for the museum the reputation of being the new spot of high interest in Rockefeller Center. Open 10 am to 10 pm. Every day.



Harlem River
Title:
Harlem River
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


City Hall Showing Underground, R. R. N. Y.
Title:
City Hall Showing Underground, R. R. N. Y.
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back)



The Cafeteria, YMCA Battery Park
Title:
The Cafeteria, YMCA Battery Park
New York City New York (NY), White Border PM 1919 Aug-08


Madison Square Garden
Title:
Madison Square Garden
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1953 Jul-29

Description:
Madison Square Garden, New York City Site of National and International Sport Events, Madison Square Garden is famous as the heart of "indoor activities" which annually draw a great number of people from all over the world. Curt Teich & Co.



Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1955 May-14


Scene Outside Radio City Music Hall
Title:
Scene Outside Radio City Music Hall
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1944 Jun-24

Description:
Crowding for a popular Afternoon: Exterior of the celebrated Radio City Music Hall, largest theater in the world, situated in Rockefeller Center, New York.



Port Authority Bus Terminal
Title:
Port Authority Bus Terminal
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
New York City's Newest Bus Terminal. Mike Roberts


William A Shea Municipal Stadium
Title:
William A Shea Municipal Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at Flushing Meadow Park, Queens, operated by Department of Parks - City of New York. The stadium seats 55,000 for baseball and 60,000 for football. It will be used during the summers of 1964 and 1965 for sports attractions presented in cooperation with the World's Fair.



Hotel Century
Title:
Hotel Century
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
111 West 46th Street - 16 Floors of Hospitality - Between Radio City and Times Square. 350 Rooms with private bath, shower and radio. Air Conditioning and Television. Garage directly across street. "A Warm Welcom Awaits You"


The Singer Building from Brooklyn Bridge
Title:
The Singer Building from Brooklyn Bridge
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Times Square
Title:
Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused


Weston Court
Title:
Weston Court
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Weston Court Hotel New Weston Madison Ave. at Fiftieth St., New York City An a la carte Restaurant, with Bar and Cocktail Lounge. An early Sixteenth Century room, made famous by its superior luncheon specialties and the complimentary hot hors d'oeuvres and canapes served at the cocktail hour.



New York World Fair 1964-1965
Title:
New York World Fair 1964-1965
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Looking down on the unisphere and the court of nations. The reflecting pool beneath the unisphere is 310 feet in diameter and dramatizes the interrelation of the...world and their yearning for peace through understanding.


In the heart of New York
Title:
In the heart of New York
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
In New York City, 8th Ave. between 51st and 52nd Sts. Telephone: LT-1-4100. Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge. 1 block from Times Sq. 300 air-conditioned rooms; famed Howard Johnson's restaurant; cocktail lounge; free & easy indoor parking. Owned & operated by Loew's Hotels, Inc.



"Sight Seeing Yacht Tourist" - All Around New York
Title:
"Sight Seeing Yacht Tourist" - All Around New York
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
On board steamer "Tourist", sailing all around New York.


Wilson Line Liberty Belle
Title:
Wilson Line Liberty Belle
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The M.V. Liberty Belle Capacity - 2900 Passengers. New York's newest all steel Excursion Liner, featuring the largest marine ballroom afloat. Sails daily from Jersey City and New York to Rye Beach, also Hudson River Moonlight Cruise at night.



North River Ferries' "Philadelphia"
Title:
North River Ferries' "Philadelphia"
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Skyline of New York City
Title:
Skyline of New York City
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907



Crowded Double-Deck Ferry
Title:
Crowded Double-Deck Ferry
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Oct-11

Description:
William H. Rau Plying between New York & Jersey cities.


Municipal Ferry Boat "Bronx"
Title:
Municipal Ferry Boat "Bronx"
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Sep-24



Iceland Restaurant
Title:
Iceland Restaurant
New York City New York (NY), Linen

Description:
1680 Broaway. New York's largest Scandinavian Restaurant. Dining - dancing - 3 shows nightly. Never a cover charge - popular prices. Featuring Smorgasbord Dinner - 99c.


Yankee Stadium
Title:
Yankee Stadium
New York City New York (NY), Linen

Description:
New York City has a population of over 7,500,000 people and is known everywhere as the Sky-Scraper City. Radio City, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Woolworth Building, are some of the tallest and largest buildings in the world and form an integral part of New York's famed skyline.



Times Square, Election Night
Title:
Times Square, Election Night
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-22

Description:
The site of the new Times Building, erected in 1904-05, 362.7 ft. high, under which the subway passes. This picture shows the crowds watching for election returns; also "The Great White Way", the center of the largest theatre district in the world.


Bird's Eye View of Emigrant Building, Battery Park
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Emigrant Building, Battery Park
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back



Broatway at 39th Street
Title:
Broatway at 39th Street
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Showing Metropolitan Opera House, NY Times Building and Hotel Astor.


The New York Entrance to the Holland Tubes
Title:
The New York Entrance to the Holland Tubes
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused



"Sleighing" Central Park
Title:
"Sleighing" Central Park
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Jehovah's Witness Assembly Hall and Bethel Home
Title:
Jehovah's Witness Assembly Hall and Bethel Home
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Jehovah's Witnesses Assembly Hall centrally located in New York City. Seats 1,871 persons. 212 congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses use it regularly for circuit assemblies. 1969 addition to Bethel Home complex diagonally across the street from the main Bethel building.



Two Biggest...Empire State Building, world's tallest, and R. H. Macy department store
Title:
Two Biggest...Empire State Building, world's tallest, and R. H. Macy department store
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused


True Light Chinese Lutheran
Title:
True Light Chinese Lutheran
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
True Light is located at 199 Canal St. (corner Mulberry) New York City. The work is sponsored by the Atlantic District of the Lutheran Church, 1819 Broadway, New York 23, N.Y.



Prince George Hotel
Title:
Prince George Hotel
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL 14 East 28th Street, Just off Fifth Avenue, New York Convenient to shopping, sightseeing or business. 5 minutes from Times Square. 8 minutes from Rail Terminals. Neighbor of Empire State Building. One block from B.M.T. and I.R.T. subways. MAIN DINING ROOM - Stately charm, fine taste and excellent cuisine.


The Famous Buitoni Restaurant in the Heart of New York
Title:
The Famous Buitoni Restaurant in the Heart of New York
New Yorkq New York (NY), Linen

Description:
Times Square Between 46th and 47th Streets Buitoni - The oldest brand of spaghetti in the world - Served in the restaurant of tomorrow.



Major Edward Bowes and His Capitol Theatre 'Family'
Title:
Major Edward Bowes and His Capitol Theatre 'Family'
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo

Description:
Capitol Theatre New York City Major Edward Bowes Managing Director


The New Theater
Title:
The New Theater
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1912 Apr-22



Yard of Tenements with Laundry Hanging
Title:
Yard of Tenements with Laundry Hanging
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Times Square
Title:
Times Square
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo PM 1948 Nov-28



Zimmerman's Hungaria
Title:
Zimmerman's Hungaria
New York City New York (NY), Linen PM 1951 Sep-22

Description:
Cocktail Lounge 46th St., Just east of Broadway. A colorful rendezvous for dinner and supper. Adjoining cocktail lounge. Nightly revues. Dance and gypsy orchestras. Never a Cover Charge. Air Conditioned.


The Center Theatre, Rockefeller Center
Title:
The Center Theatre, Rockefeller Center
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused



Radio City Music Hall
Title:
Radio City Music Hall
New York City New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
A "must" on every visitor's list of things to see, this mammoth theater is the largest in the world. On its huge stage are produced gigantic spectacles of great beauty and its screen provides the latest and best in motion picture entertainment. It has its own broadcasting studio atop the roof.


N.Y. International Airport (JFK)
Title:
N.Y. International Airport, N.Y.
NY New York (NY), Linen unused



Water tower in action
Title:
Water tower in action
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Cafe Du Soir
Title:
Cafe Du Soir
New York City New York (NY), Chrome

Description:
COLOURPICTURE PUBLISHERS INC. French Cuisine



Furnald Hall, Columbia University
Title:
Furnald Hall, Columbia University
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Hudson River and Palisades
Title:
Hudson River and Palisades
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Hudson River from Riverside Drive showing one of the several yacht clubs and some of the motor boats and pleasure crafts that are so numerous on the Hudson River Line Steamer Robert Fulton is leaving on its daily trip to Albany.



Pennsylvania Station
Title:
Pennsylvania Station
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing main entrance, concourse to main waiting room.


Trinity City
Title:
Trinity City
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 Sep-14



North or Hudson River Showing Cross Section Penn. Tunnel
Title:
North or Hudson River Showing Cross Section Penn. Tunnel
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1913 Dec-28


U. S. Sub Treasury, Wall St
Title:
U. S. Sub Treasury, Wall St
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-14

Description:
Greenfield's Chocolate Sponge Is the Most Delicious Chocolate Candy made. It is so dainty a delicacy that it can be eaten in any quantity and only creates a desire for more. For Sale Everywhere. You will know the genuine by the words. "Greenfield's Sponge stamped on every piece. Imitations are inferior "Greenfield's Italian Chocolates" "Greenfield's Charlotte Russe Chocolates" "Delatour Caramel Chocolates" "Delatour Peppermint Chocolate Patties" "Dealtour Walnut Chocolates" "Dealtour Chocolate Cherry Fruit" Delatour Sultana Chocolates" " Delatour Chocolate Peach Fruit" Delatour Pineapple Fruit" Delatour Mixed Chocolates " ETC., ETC. All have our stamp on every piece as a guarantee and protection to the public. E. Greenfield's Son & Co., 44 Barclay St. New York



New York Aquarium
Title:
New York Aquarium
New York City New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected 1807-1811 by US Government as a fort called West Battery. After the War of 1912 called Fort Clinton. In 1823 ceded to NY City and used as a place of amusement called Castle Garden, seating capacity 6,000. General Lafayette received here in 1824; President Jackson, 1832; President Tyler, 1843; Louis Kossuth, 1851; the Prince of Wales, 1860. Jenny Lind first sang here in 1850 under the management of P.T. Barnum. The landing place of 8 millions of immigrants from 1855 to 1891. Formerly connected with the land by a bridge. Opened as an aquarium under city management in 1896 and transferred to NY Zoological Society in 1902. Largest aquarium in the world; contains 7 large floor pools, 94 well tanks and 25 smaller tanks. From 1897 to 1913 the average daily attendance was 5605. Open daily, free. Hours 10 am - 4 pm. Winter; 9 am - 6 pm, summer. Closed Monday forenoons


Chinatown
Title:
Chinatown
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
A few blocks stroll to the center of Canal and Mott Streets will provide an atmospheric delight



Casa Milano
Title:
Casa Milano
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
798 Lexington Ave. Between 61st and 62nd Street. Italian-French cuisine. Reservations TE8-7125


Ferry Scene
Title:
Ferry Scene
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Park Row, New York City
Title:
Park Row, New York City
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-8


View of Harbor
Title:
View of Harbor
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-26



West 125th Street
Title:
West 125th Street
New York City New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Radio City NBC Studio Tour
Title:
Radio City NBC Studio Tour
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Scenes from the Radio City NBC Studio Tour through the National Broadcasting Company's headquarters in Radio City (Rockefeller Center). Escorted tours lasting one hour leave every few minutes between 9 A. M. and 11 P. M. every day in the year



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