Brooklyn Public Library
View of three men and two boys, one back to camera carrying large box, in front of outdoor clothing store on Baxter Street. Image includes section of cobblestone street in foreground
Brooklyn Public Library
Night view of portion of Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Public Library
View of two Sisters of Charity nuns, one of whom is writing on a large piece of paper, and a nurse holding an infant at the New York Foundling Hospital, referred to here as Sister Irene's, organized and directed by Sister Mary Irene, born Catherine Fitzgibbon in London in 1823
Brooklyn Public Library
Exterior view of Stuart home, a large, four-story mansion with awninged windows, located at the intersection of 5th Avenue and 68th Street
Brooklyn Public Library
View of entrance hall of the New York Foundling Hospital, referred to here as Sister Irene's, with bassinet containing abandoned infant no. 23, 319. This institution was organized and directed by Sisters of Charity nun, Sister Mary Irene, born Catherine Fitzgibbon in London in 1823
Brooklyn Public Library
View of group of men, mostly young, standing in bowling alley in the basement of People's Palace, presumably in Manhattan
Cornell University Libraries
Wolckhanses explains the effect of Americanization on Korean immigrant families
Cornell University Libraries
The text of a speech Brownlow gave at a meeting titled, "Shall New York Pioneer Again?" concerning New York City and city planning. Speech title: "The national significance of New York's leadership in zoning and planning." Typescript with minor marks and corrections in pencil and ink
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Interview with photographer Dorothea Lange by Suzanne B. Riess, 1960-1961, sponsored by the Regional Oral History Office of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Ohio University - Alden Library
"A powerful film about a ruthless journalist and an unscrupulous press agent who'll do anything to achieve success"--Container

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