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Guide to the Brooklyn Prints Collection, BCMS.0003

Summary Information

    Repository

    Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection

    Title

    Brooklyn Prints Collection

    ID

    BCMS.0003

    Date

    1839-1968; bulk 1884–1904

    Extent

    100.0 Linear feet , 2 cabinets

    Location

    Brooklyn Collection Reserve Room Print Drawers

    Language

    English

    Abstract

    This collection covers more than a century of Brooklyn history, with prints depicting historic people, structures and events in Brooklyn predominantly from the era before the rise of photography.

    Preferred Citation

    Citations should include the individual print's information as well as the collection citation: Brooklyn Prints Collection, Brooklyn Public Library – Brooklyn Collection.

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Scope and Contents

Many of the prints in this collection come from popular magazines and journals of the 19th century, including Harper’s Weekly,  Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, and  Scientific American. Many are also derived from Henry R. Stiles’s  History of Kings County (see “Related Materials” for bibliographic information). The bulk dates of the collection are 1884–1904; images dated after 1930 are generally reprints of 19th century prints.

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Arrangement

Prints are grouped into 48 series by subject. Within each series, the prints are listed alphabetically by title. The series are arranged alphabetically as follows: Architecture - Battleships - Beecher, Henry Ward - Bridges: Brooklyn Bridge - Bridges: Other - Brighton Beach - Brooklyn Academy of Music - Brooklyn Art Association - Brooklyn Heights - Celebrations - Cemeteries - Churches - Clubs - Coney Island - Crime - Disasters - Distilleries - Ferries - Fire Department - Industry - Libraries - Memorials - Military - Museums - Navy Yard - New York City Consolidation - Parks: Fort Greene - Parks: Prospect Park - Police - Political Corruption - Portraits - Racetracks - Race Relations - Railroads - Real Estate - Revivals - Sanitary Fair - Schools - Social Welfare - Sports - Strikes - Transportation - Utilities - Veterans - Views - Wars: Revolutionary War - Weather - Williamsburg.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection , 2018

10 Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn, NY, 11238
718.230.2762
[email protected]

Access

Collection is located in the Brooklyn Collection at the Central Branch at Grand Army Plaza. The collection may only be used in the library and is not available through interlibrary loan. Requests to view the collection must be made at least 48 hours in advance of visit.

Use

While many items in the Brooklyn Collection are unrestricted, we do not own reproduction rights to all materials. Be aware of the several kinds of rights that might apply: copyright, licensing and trademarks. The researcher assumes all responsibility for copyright questions.

Provenance

This is a composite collection from many different sources, predominantly purchases.

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Related Materials

King, Moses. King's Views of Brooklyn. New York: M. King, 1904.

Stiles, Henry. History of Kings County. New York: Munsell, 1884.

Harper's Weekly at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.

Scientific American at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.

American Architect and Building News at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.

Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion at the Internet Archive.

Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion at Hathi Trust.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Prints

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Collection Inventory

ARCHITECTURE 

A.D. Matthews’ Sons Department Store, Fulton Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Abraham Abraham Residence, 800 St. Mark’s Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Abraham and Strauss Department Store. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Academy of Design, Brooklyn N.Y.; Messrs. J.C. Cady and H.M. Congdon, Architects. The New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876. 

Adelphi Academy. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Ansonia Clock Company. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Armory, Twenty Third Regiment N.G.S.N.Y. Clermont Ave between Myrtle and Willoughby Aves. Undated. 

The Art Association Building, Montague Street, Brooklyn. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Assembly (Wilson Building), 153-157 Pierrepont Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn. Undated. 

The Baptist Home. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Botanical Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; Detail of Central Pavilion; Interior of Central Pavilion; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

Botanical Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; Façade toward Garden; Façade toward Street; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

Brooklyn Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Brooklyn Athenaeum. Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, undated. 

Brooklyn Industrial School and Home for Destitute Children. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Brooklyn Institute. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; Central Portico, North Elevation; Detail of North Façade; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

The Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; Complete Block Plan; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

The Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; Corridor of Antique Sculpture, First Floor; Hall of Renaissance Sculpture, Third Floor; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

The Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences; North Façade; McKim, Mead & White. Undated. 

The Brooklyn Nursery. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Brooklyn Orphan Asylum. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Brooklyn Society for the Relief of Respectable Aged Indigent Females [The Graham Institution]. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Charles Adolph Schieren Residence, 405 Clinton Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Charles O. Gates Residence, 45 Plaza, opposite main entrance to Prospect Park. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

“The Circle” [Park Slope]. Detroit Photographic Company, undated. 

City Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1851. 

City Hall, Built of White Marble, at Brooklyn, Long Island, N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, undated. 

Clarence Walker Seamans Residence, 789 St. Mark’s Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A Colonial Residence in the Borough of Brooklyn, New York City. Mr. George Palliser, Architect [multiple images]. Scientific American, May 1901. 

A Colonial Residence at Flatbush, L.I. Scientific American, April 1901. 

The Cornell-Pierrepont Mansion [rear view]. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

A Cottage Near Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, January 1889. 

The De Hart, or Bergen House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Design for the New Post Office and U.S. Courts, New York City. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 21, 1868. 

Desmond Dunne Residence, 25 Prospect Park West. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A Dwelling at Bensonhurst, Long Island. Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, December 1901. 

A Dwelling at Dyker Heights, Borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mr. C. Schubert, Architect. Scientific American, July 1901. 

A Dwelling at Dyker Heights, Borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mr. C. Schubert, Architect. Scientific American, August 1901. 

A Dwelling at Flatbush, N.Y. [including plans]. Scientific American, August 1886. 

E. Greenfield’s Son & Co. Manufacturers of Confectionery and Chocolates, 101 to 111 Lorimer St. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

E.W. Bliss Company. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Eberhard Faber Pencil Company, Greenpoint Ave., Kent, and West Sts. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Edward H. Lichfield Residence, 2 Montague Terrace. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Edwin E. Jackson, Jr., Residence, 424 Clinton Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

An Elizabethan Music Room in Residence of L.H. Moore, Esq., Borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, July 1901. 

F. Wesel Manufacturing Co., 70-80 Cranberry Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Florence Court, Pierrepont and Hicks Streets. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Former Residence of the Late Edward Ridley. Undated. 

Frank S. Jones Residence, 790 St. Mark’s Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Fred C. Cocheu Residence, Fort Hamilton Avenue and 75th Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Frederick A.M. Burrell Residence, 1409 Albermale Road. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Frederick B. Pratt Residence, 229 Clinton Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Frederick Loeser & Company Department Store. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A Gambrel-Roofed Residence at Dyker Heights, Brooklyn N.Y. Mr. C. Schubert, Architect. Scientific American, February 1901. 

Garfield Place, Brooklyn, N.Y. American Architect and Building News, January 30, 1892. 

George D. Pratt Residence, 245 Clinton Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

George P. Tangeman Residence, 276 Berkeley Place. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Grand Union Tea Company, Pearl, Water, and Front Streets. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

H. Batterman Department Store, and Broadway Bank. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

H.G. Friedmann, New York Model Bakery, Bedford Avenue and North 11th Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Hecla Iron Works. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Henry Carlton Hulbert Residence, Prospect Park West. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Hotel St. George. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A House at Bensonhurst, L.I.; Mr. C. Schubert, Architect. Scientific American, May 1904. 

A House at Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, January 1903. 

House of Guido Plessner, ESQ., Lincoln Place and Plaza Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. American Architect and Building News, March 12, 1892. 

Houses on Jefferson Avenue Between Patchen and Ralph Aves Brooklyn. For Chas. E. Palmer, Esq. American Architect and Building News, March 25, 1893. 

Imperial Apartment House, Bedford Avenue and Dean Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Industrial School and Home of Brooklyn, E.D. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

James McMahon Residence. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

James W. Edgett’s Restaurant, Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Jennings Lace Works, Park Avenue and Hall Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

John Gibb Residence, 218 Gates Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

John Rogers Maxwell Residence, 78 Eighth Avenue, near Union Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The Johnson House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

A Japanese House and Garden; Messrs. Petit & Green, Architects. Undated. 

Junction of Fulton Street and DeKalb Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Knox Hat Factory, St.Mark’s and Grand Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Long Island College Hospital. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Long Island Historical Society. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Maresi Co., Confectioners, 30 Clinton Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Marshall Sylvanus Driggs Residence, 279 Washington Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The McLoughlin Brothers, South 11th and Berry Streets. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Melrose Hall, 1883. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Mercantile Library, Brooklyn, L.I.; Mr. P.B. Wight, Architect. The New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876. 

The Methodist General Hospital, Brooklyn, New York—From a Photograph by Pach Brothers. Harper's Weekly, January 7, 1888. 

The Mills-Platt Co. Building, Pierrepont Art Rooms, 44 Clinton Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A Modern Dwelling at Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. C. Schubert, Architect. Scientific American, April 1901. 

A Modern Residence at Flatbush, L.I.; Mr. Benjamin Driesler, Architect. Scientific American, February 1901. 

The Mohawk, Washington Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The Montague. Apartment Hotel, 103-105 Montague Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Montague Street, North Side, Clinton to Court Streets. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Mrs. Charles Pratt Residence. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

New Apartment House, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, December 22, 1888. 

New Brooklyn Armories—Drawn by H.D. Nichols. Harper's Weekly, July 16, 1892. 

New Building of the Municipal Department of Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1879. 

New Clubs and Dwelling Houses of Brooklyn. Harper's Weekly, August 24, 1889. 

The New Eagle Building [oversize – not in folder, framed in Reserve Room]. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, July 27, 1892. 

The New Mercantile Library Building, Brooklyn, N.Y. Harper's Weekly, February 16, 1869. 

The New Post Office, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, March 1886. 

The Newsboys’ Home of the Brooklyn Children’s Aid Society. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Niels Poulson Residence, Bay Ridge. Interior View. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Niels Poulson Residence, Shore Road and 89th Street, Bay Ridge. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Ocean View of the “Inebriates Home,” Fort Hamilton. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Old Homestead of the Wyckoff Family, Flushing Avenue, E.D. Brooklyn, N.Y. Undated. 

Old House in Brooklyn, Once Occupied by Major Andre – From a Sketch by Charles Mente. Harper's Weekly, May 26, 1877. 

Orphans’ Home, on the Church Charity Foundation. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

“Owl’s Head.” Residence of E.W. Bliss, Esq., at Bay Ridge L.I. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Packer Collegiate Institute, Joralemon Street, Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Pool of Brooklyn’s St.George Hotel, 1930. 

Proposed Memorial Campanile for Plaza of Prospect Park, Brooklyn N.Y.; Henry O. Avery, Architect. Scientific American, February 1889. 

A Queen Anne Cottage at Flatbush, Long Island. Scientific American, January 1889. 

A Queen Anne Cottage at Flatbush, Long Island. Scientific American, February 1889. 

A Residence at Dyker Heights, Brooklyn N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, June 1901. 

A Residence at Flatbush, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, September 1903. 

A Residence in Flatbush, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Messrs. Barber & Klutz, Architects. Scientific American, February 1904. 

Residence of Mrs. M.E. Smith, Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, October 1903. 

A Residence at Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, April 1903. 

A Residence at Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. J.J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, July 1903. 

A Residence at Sea Gate, L.I.; Messrs. Parfitt Brothers, Architects. Scientific American, July 1901. 

A Residence at West Brooklyn. Scientific American, July 1, 1890. 

Residence of the Late Edward Ridley. Undated. 

The Residence of Rev. A.P. Stockwell. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Richard Young Residence, 87 Lincoln Road, near Prospect Park. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Sackett & Wilhelms Lithographing and Printing Co., Grand Street and Morgan Ave. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Saint Gregory’s Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Helmle & Corbett, Architects [multiple images, interiors & exteriors]. The American Architect, December 5, 1917. 

St. John’s Hospital, on the Church Charity Foundation. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The St. John’s Male Orphan Asylum. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

St. John’s R.C. College, Willoughby Avenue, Corner of Lewis Avenue. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Schermerhorn House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

“Sea Breeze” – New Utrecht, Kings County, L.I. – Summer Residence of Dr. S. Fleet Speir. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Shelter in Prospect Park. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

A Spanish House at Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, June 1903. 

Standish Arms. Apartment Hotel, 167-171 Columbia Heights. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The Stillwell House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Street Front of the Brooklyn Library. Scientific American, August 1889. 

The Stryker House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

A Summer Residence at Sea Gate, Borough of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Messrs. Rossiter & Wright, Architects. Scientific American, September 1901. 

A Summer House at Sea Gate, N.Y.; Mr. Frank T. Cornell, Architect. Scientific American, June 1901. 

A Summer House at Sea Gate, Norton’s Point, L.I.; Mr. Charles W. Romeyn, Architect. Scientific American, October 1901. 

A Summer Residence at Sea Gate, L.I. Messrs. Parfitt Brothers, Architects. Scientific American, May 1901. 

Superintendents of the Poor Lunatic Asylum. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Superintendents of the Poor Hospital. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Superintendents of the Poor Alms-House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

A Swiss Chalet at Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. John J. Petit, Architect. Scientific American, March 1903. 

Temporary Home For Friendless Women and Children. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Three New Buildings for Brooklyn: Boys’ High School, 23rd Regiment NGSNY Armory,13th Regiment Armory. Harper's Weekly, August 9, 1890. 

The Touraine, 21 Clinton Street, between Franklin and Pierrepont Streets. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Two Bay Windows: Residence of Dean Alvord, Esq., Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, May 1903. 

The Vechte-Cortelyou House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Views at West Brooklyn. Supplement to Building and Loan News, April 1890. 

A Villa Near New York [house in Flatbush]. Scientific American, March 1889. 

Washington’s Quarters at Gowanus, Brooklyn, 1840. 

William A. Engeman Residence, 105 Buckingham Road, near Prospect Park. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

William B.A. Jurgens, Wholesale Grocer, Flushing Avenue and Ryerson Street. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

William Berri Residence, 467 Clinton Avenue. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Williamsburgh Savings Bank. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Williamsburgh Savings Bank; Mr. George B. Post, Architect. The New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1874. 

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BATTLESHIPS 

Battle-Ship “Indiana,” with Crew of 450, in Brooklyn Dry Dock. Leslie’s Weekly, June 25, 1903. 

Ericsson’s Torpedo Boat “Destroyer,” Now Undergoing Firing Tests at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Once A Week, July 9, 1892. 

Fitting up the Second-Class Battleship “Texas” at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Collier’s Weekly, 1895. 

Launching the $4,200,000 Battle-ship “Connecticut.” Leslie’s Weekly, October 13, 1904. 

Launch of the Armored Cruiser “Maine” at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard, drawn by J.O. Davidson. Harper’s Weekly, November 29, 1890. 

Launch of the US Steam Frigate “Niagara” Navy Yard, Brooklyn NY. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 8, 1856. 

Sinking of the “Texas” at Cob Dock, Brooklyn. Collier’s Weekly, November 19, 1896. 

U.S. Battleship “Indiana,” N.Y. Harbor. Undated. 

The United States Sloop of War “Brooklyn." Harper’s Weekly, January 19, 1861. 

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BEECHER, HENRY WARD 

2nd Edition Pictorial History of the Beecher-Tilton Scandal. Its Origin, Progress and Trial, Illustrated with Fifty Engravings from Accurate Sketches. Undated. 

The Attack on Frank Moulton. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 12, 1874. 

The Beecher-Tilton Case [various scenes]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 8, 1874. 

The Beecher-Tilton Case – The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher at the Door of Plymouth Church Lecture-Room, During the Exercises of the Friday Evening Prayer Meeting, on August 14th. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 5, 1874. 

The Beecher-Tilton Case – Theodore Tilton Reading His Statement to the Committee of Investigation of Plymouth Church. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 8, 1874. 

The Beecher-Tilton Investigation [The Residence of Mr. Storrs in Monroe Place, Where Mr. Tilton Read His Statement on Monday Night]. The Daily Graphic, July 22, 1874. 

The Beecher-Tilton Scandal [various scenes; color illustrations; German language]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

The Beecher-Tilton Scandal [various scenes]. Undated. 

Beecher’s Churches. Harper’s Weekly, August 11, 1866. 

Beecher’s Theorie und Praxis [in German and English. Mayer, Merkel & Ottman Lith. 22&24 Church St. N.Y.]. Undated. 

The Beecher Statue in Front of the City Hall, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, June 27, 1891. 

The Brooklyn Battle – Blows to be Given as Well as Taken. The Daily Graphic, August 15, 1874. 

Casting the Statue of Henry Ward Beecher. [ Scientific American], June 27, 1891. 

The Church in Lawrenceburg in Which Mr. Beecher First Preached. Published by Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York, undated. 

The Congregational Council in Doctor Buddington’s church, Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn – Trial of Plymouth Church for its Secession – Rev. Doctors Storrs speaking in relation to the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Undated. 

Cutting Up The Brooklyn Cheese. Judge, February 26, 1887. 

The Death and Obsequies of Henry Ward Beecher – The Funeral Procession on its Way to Plymouth Church; The 13th Regiment Saluting the Remains of its Deceased Chaplain at his Late Residence. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 19, 1887. 

Discord Amongst the Angels. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 24, 1874. 

Effects of the Brooklyn Church Revival: Reference to the Scandal Causes the Gushing Pastor, Beecher, to Weep – His Lady Members Come to the Rescue and Soothe the Old Dominie in his Tearful Trouble. The National Police Gazette: New York, March 26, 1881. 

Freedom’s Champion at Home, and the Country’s Defender Abroad. Judge, March 19,1887. 

The Funeral Rites of Henry Ward Beecher – Bearing the Body into Plymouth Church; The People Awaiting Their Turn to Enter the Church; The Receiving Vault in Greenwood. Harper’s Weekly, March 19, 1887. 

The Funeral Rites of Henry Ward Beecher – Lying in State in Plymouth Church. Harper’s Weekly, March 19, 1887. 

Giving Out Henry Ward Beecher’s Statement to the Press, at Mr. Raymond’s House in Henry Street, Brooklyn, on Thursday Evening. 1874 [?]. 

Gulliver and the Party Liliputians. – They Cannot Bind Him. Puck, 1885. 

Henry Ward Beecher [from a Picture by F. Dielman]. Harper’s Weekly, March 12, 1887. 

Henry Ward Beecher. Engraving by H.C. McRae after painting by T. Hicks. Undated. 

Henry Ward Beecher, from the original painting by Chappel. Published by Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York, 1862. 

Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Harper’s Weekly, October 30, 1869. 

Henry Ward Beecher’s Bread and Water Extra. Undated 

“He Takes It Pretty Easy.” – The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, on The Evening of August 12th, Sitting and Joking on the Door-Steps of His Residence. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 29, 1874. 

The Interview between Henry Ward Beecher and Frank D. Moulton, in the Parlor of the Latter; and The Meeting of Messrs. Moulton, Beecher and Tilton in Mr. Moulton’s Bedroom. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 20, 1875. 

Lyman Beecher, D.D. Drawn by S. Wallin, from a daguerreotype by M.M. Lawrence. Engraved on Wood by N. Orr. Undated. 

“A Man’s Amusements Should Be The Opposite of His Daily Occupation.” – Henry Ward Beecher’s Recent Lecture Illustrated. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 22, 1879. 

New York - Reception of Henry Ward Beecher at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, June 25th, on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 7, 1883 

New York – The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher Stricken Down by Apoplexy, at his Home in Brooklyn. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 12, 1887. 

Obituary – Henry Ward Beecher [no ill.]. c. 1887. 

The Old Attempt. Puck, 1885. 

Out of the Fold. Puck, February 26, 1879. 

Pears’ Soap Advertisement Featuring Image of Beecher. Harper’s Weekly, October 6, 1883. 

“The Pistol Scene.” Interview between Rev. Henry Ward Beecher and Mr. Francis D. Moulton. The Day’s Doings, August 22, 1874. 

Plymouth Church, Brooklyn NY [2 copies]. Detroit Photographic Company, undated. 

The Plymouth Church Inquiry – Scene In the Parlour of Mr. Rossiter Raymond, 123 Henry Street, Brooklyn [reporters and stenographers]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 29, 1874. 

The Plymouth Church Silver Wedding. Harper’s Weekly, October 19, 1872. 

Plymouth’s Dying Pastor – A Faithful Wife’s Untiring Vigil. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 19, 1887. 

Plymouth Pastor-Scene at the Depot at Peekskill, N.Y. and Friday Evening Prayer Meeting in Plymouth-Church Lecture-Room. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 22, 1874. 

Plymouth Pulpit – Rev. Henry Ward Beecher Preaching in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 15, 1874. 

The Proctor-Moulton Suit – Miss Edna Dean Proctor with her Brother and her Counsel in the United States Court on the Day of the Settlement, December 9th. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, December 26, 1874. 

The Remains of Henry Ward Beecher Lying in State in Plymouth Church. Undated. 

Return of the Thirteenth Regiment, N.G.S.N.Y., from the Celebration of the Queen’s Birthday in Montreal – Chaplain Henry Ward Beecher’s First Appearance in Uniform in New York. Harper’s Weekly, June 14, 1879. 

Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Drawing by Mr. Barry, from a photograph by Masury & Silsbee of Boston. Undated. 

The Reverend Henry Ward Beecher. Engraved by D.J. Pound from a photograph by Whipple & Black, Boston. Undated. 

Rev. Henry Ward Beecher [engraving after a photograph by Matthew Brady]. Harper’s Weekly, July 17, 1858. 

The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, Pastor of Plymouth Church, Taking the Installation Oath as Chaplain of the Thirteenth Regiment, N.G.S.N.Y., At The Regimental Armory, Fulton and Flatbush Avenues, Brooklyn, March 1st. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 16, 1878. 

Rev. Henry Ward Beecher Reading his Statement to the Plymouth Church Committee of Investigation; The Plymouth Church Investigation – Reporters of the Daily Press Following a Mysterious Witness. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 29, 1874. 

Sensation in Plymouth Church, Caused by a Suggestive Hip-Pocket Movement of a Fanatic. April 16, 1881 [?]. 

The Siege of Plymouth A.D. 1874. 

Sketches and Memorials of Henry Ward Beecher. Harper’s Weekly, March 19, 1887. 

The Tiltons in the Country: Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tilton, near their Summer Boarding House on the Short-Cut Railroad, near Newburg, N.Y., in August 1870. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 5, 1874. 

The Tilton-Beecher Trial – Portraits and Incidents. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 3, 1875. 

The Tilton-Beecher Trial – Portraits of New Witnesses – From Sketches Made in the Courtroom. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 27, 1875. 

The Tilton-Beecher Scandal Case [cover]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 30, 1875. 

The Tilton-Beecher Scandal Case. – Scenes and Incidents of the Trial. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 30, 1875. 

True Inwardness of Utah. Puck, undated. 

Two Effects from Similar Causes [caption: Puck – (to Henry Ward Beecher): You see, what brought you disgrace brings him honor.]. Puck, September 10, 1879. 

"Vindication!" Undated. 

New York - Reception of Henry Ward Beecher at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, June 25th, on the occasion of his 70th birthday 

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BRIDGES: BROOKLYN BRIDGE 

At the Brooklyn End of the Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, February 26, 1898. 

Auf der East-River Brucke—Fussganger werden seekrank [On the East River bridge - pedestrians become seasick]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

Boring for a Foundation for the New Suspension Bridge from Brooklyn to New York. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, September 7, 1867. 

Boring for Foundations for the New York and Brooklyn Suspension Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, August 31, 1867. 

The Break on the Brooklyn Bridge [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, 1901 [?]. 

The Bridge as Seen from the Brooklyn Side, Including the Fulton Ferry-House. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Brooklyn Bridge – Cross Section of Caisson; The Brooklyn Bridge—Exterior View of Caisson. Harper’s Weekly, March 19, 1870. 

The Brooklyn Bridge - Dr. Scott's Ad Harper’s Weekly, 1883 

Brooklyn Bridge From the North, Showing by Arrows at Center, Location of the Nine Broken Suspenders. Scientific American, August 3, 1901. 

“The Brooklyn Bridge." Lithograph by S.M. Gallais, 1964. 

The Brooklyn Bridge, New York – One of the wonders of the world is here. 1890. 

Brooklyn-bron. Planen till denna mellan städerna New York och Brooklyn öfver East River...[Brooklyn Bridge. The plan for this tense suspension bridge between the cities of New York and Brooklyn across the East River...] [see item for full translation from Frisian]. Undated. 

The “Brooklyn Eagle” Office and Bridge Tower. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Career of a Brave Man [color cartoons of adventurer afraid of Brooklyn Bridge cars during rush hour]. Puck, 1889 [?]. 

The Cars as They Will Be on the Brooklyn Bridge [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, June 16, 1883. 

Casting the 24-ton Anchor for the Great Brooklyn Bridge at the South Brooklyn Steam Engine Works. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 24, 1873. 

Connecting New York and Brooklyn by the Electric Trolley. Finishing the Great Work at the New York Terminus of the Brooklyn Bridge. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, January 27, 1898. 

Das Ver. Staaten Kriegschiff “Swatara” [The U.S. warship "Swatara." Illustration of the bridge towers with ships in the river]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, 1875. 

Die Bogen der East-River Brucke auf der New Yorker Seite [The Arches of the East River Bridge on the New York Side]. Um Die Welt, Keppler & Schwartzmann’s Illustrierte Zeitung, September 9, 1882. 

Die Grosse Brooklyn Brucke [The Big Brooklyn Bridge. Cartoon of contracts changing hands between the Fowler and Kingsley Piers]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, July 5, 1872. 

The East River Bridge [The Brooklyn Pier—General View of Foundation; Working Beneath Shoe or Edge of Caisson; Air Chambers for the Ingress and Egress of Workmen; Sending up Debris Through the Water Shaft; Sectional View of Foundation, Showing Caisson and Mason-Work]. Harper’s Weekly, December 17, 1870. 

The East River Bridge—Demolition of Buildings for the New York Approach. Harper’s Weekly, November 24, 1877. 

The East River Bridge, New York: Details of Air Locks for Brooklyn Caisson. Engineering, June 13, 1873. 

East River Brucke.—Ansichte der Aufgange in New-York und Brooklyn [East River Bridge.—Views of the Staircases in New York and Brooklyn]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

Echoes of the late Presidential election—Paying a grotesque wager on the result—scene on Brooklyn Bridge, November 14. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 24, 1888. 

Eröffnungs-Feier der New York-Brooklyner Hängebrücke am 24.Mai 1883.—Scene in der Brooklyner Brücken-Halle und das Feuerwerf auf der Brücke [Opening ceremony of the New York-Brooklyn Suspension Bridge on May 24, 1883. Scene in the Brooklyn Bridge Hall and the fireworks on the bridge]. Um Die Welt, Keppler & Schwartzmann’s Illustrierte Zeitung, June 2, 1883. 

The Evening Crush at a Stairway Leading to the Brooklyn Bridge. Once A Week, January 28, 1890. 

An Excursion Steamer. Drawn by Charles Kendrick. Harper’s Weekly, September 15, 1877. 

The First Passenger Across the East River Bridge.—Testing the Temporary Cable. August 25th, 1876 [?]. 

A Flirt’s Daring Trick. National Police Gazette, May 12, 1883. 

The Great Bridge – Fire-works and Illumination, from the Brooklyn Side. Drawn by Charles Graham. Harper’s Weekly, June 2, 1883. 

The Great East River Suspension Bridge. Connecting the Cities of New York and Brooklyn. Reprinted from color lithograph by Currier & Ives. From a 1968 calendar published by the Travelers Insurance Companies, Hartford, CT. 

The Great Suspension Bridge Between New York and Brooklyn. Scientific American, November 9, 1878. 

The Grip on the Brooklyn Bridge—a Moment of Danger. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, March 8, 1890. 

Inside views of the East River Bridge Caisson, Brooklyn NY. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 15, 1870. 

The Jam at the Entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge. Drawing by T. de Thulstrup. Harper’s Weekly, August 29, 1885. 

Most densely-traveled spot of the face of the globe. Manhattan End of Brooklyn Bridge, on the acre’s area, 150,000,000 passengers gather yearly. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, August 20, 1903. 

New Cable Driving Plant of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge. Scientific American, July 21, 1888. 

The New Suspension Bridge between New York and Brooklyn USA. The Graphic, June 2, 1883. 

The New Terminal in Brooklyn of the New York and Brooklyn Bridge [2 copies; 1 color]. Harper’s Weekly, 1895 [?]. 

New York and the Brooklyn Bridge – “On se fait a tout avec le temps,(One gets accustomed to everything in time,”) is a true proverb. No doubt the old Egyptians hardly glanced at their gigantic Pyramids…" 1900. 

The New York and Brooklyn Suspension-Bridge – Brooklyn Entrance. Harper’s Weekly, May 26, 1883. 

New York and Brooklyn Suspension Bridge. 1880. 

The New York End of the Brooklyn Bridge on a Winter Day. Harper’s Weekly, February 20, 1892. 

New York Harbor, as Seen from the Brooklyn Tower of the Suspension Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, November 1, 1873. 

The New York Terminal of the Brooklyn Bridge, Now under Construction. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

New York’s Workers as They Are, and Not as Jeff Davis Saw Them. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, 1909. 

Old and New - the Two Bridges Connecting New York and Brooklyn. Harper's Weekley , 1901 

Our Artist in America: New York City People Going Home. The Illustrated London News, undated. 

The Present Condition of the Anchorage of the East River Bridge. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 30, 1873. 

A Promenade in Mid-Air: Crossing the Footway of the New York and Brooklyn Suspension Bridge. The Pictorial World, April 14, 1877. 

Promenade, Railway, and Roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge. Scientific American, June 2, 1883. 

The Proposed Extension of the East River Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, 1886. 

The Proposed Terminal of the East River Bridge in Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, March 11, 1893 [?]. 

R.G. Odlum springt am 19 Mai 1885 von der East River Brucke in den Fluss [R.G. Odlum jumps from the East River Bridge into the river, May 19 1885]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, 1885. 

Rapid Transit in New York – The Crush at the Brooklyn Bridge. Drawn by Arthur Lewis. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly, September 15, 1904. 

A Runaway on the Brooklyn Side of the East River Bridge [2 copies; 1 color]. Undated 

Section of Bridge, Showing Foot, Rail and Carriage Ways; Bridge Approaches. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Shoveling Snow from the East River Bridge, New York City. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 10, 1885. 

The Tragedy on the Brooklyn Bridge, May 30. Drawn by C.Graham and W.A. Rogers. Harper’s Weekly, June 9, 1883. 

“Under the Towers” from the water-color painting by F. Hopkinson Smith. Harper’s Weekly, February 18, 1882. 

Unglück auf der East-River Bruecke. Der Bruch eines Drahtseiles verursacht den Tod zweier Arbeiter [Misfortune on the East River Bridge. The breakage of a wire rope causes the death of two workers]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

View showing the proposed improvement at the New York terminus of the Brooklyn Bridge. Scientific American, April 12, 1884. 

Washington A. Roebling, the Invalid Engineer in Chief of the Brooklyn Bridge, Watching the Progress of the Structure from his Sick Room on Brooklyn Heights. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 26, 1884. 

Welcoming Admiral Dewey—Pyrotechnic Display in the Harbor and Rivers, Illumination of the Brooklyn Bridge at Night. Drawn from Life by G.W. Peters. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

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BRIDGES: OTHER 

The Aeronautics of Bridge-Building: Constructing the New Manhattan Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, 1909 [?]. 

The Brooklyn Bridge and Suspension Bridge No. 3, on Which Work Has Just Commenced. Scientific American, August 3, 1901. 

The East River Bridge, New York: Showing the Present Progress of the Work. Harper’s Weekly, July 27, 1901. 

The Greatest Suspension Bridge in the World. Laying the First Cables of the New East River Bridge Connecting New York and Brooklyn. Undated. 

The Last Cable Laid. Views of the New Brooklyn Bridge Taken on the Occasion of the Completion of the First Great Stage of the Work when on June 26 the Last Strand of the Last Cable was Strung across the River [Manhattan Bridge]. Harper’s Weekly, 1902. 

The New Bridge over the East River, New York [Drawn by H. Louis Sonntag, Jun.]. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

New East River Bridge Connecting New York and Brooklyn. Scientific American, September 12, 1896 

The New Ship-Canal at Kingsbridge, Connecting the Harlem and Hudson Rivers. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

New York’s Newest Bridge. The Perilous Footway on the Temporary Cables of the Manhattan Bridge. Undated. 

Perilous Work of Steel-bridge Builders [likely a drawing of workers on the Manhattan Bridge; construction began 1901 and was completed 1909]. Leslie’s Weekly, June 8, 1905. 

Proposed Bridge Over the Hudson River, at New York [proposed bridge to be built at 69th street in Manhattan crossing the Hudson]. Scientific American, June 16, 1894. 

Spanning the East River with the World’s Greatest Steel Suspension Bridge, Completion of the Four Temporary Foot-Bridges Which Are to Be Used in Assembling the Enormous Cables. Leslie’s Weekly, undated. 

View of East River Bridge from Brooklyn, Showing Temporary Footway Cables. Scientific American, 1903 [?]. 

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BRIGHTON BEACH 

Brighton Beach Bathing Pavilion, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Brighton Pier and Navigation Co., West Brighton, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Depot of Prospect Park and Coney Island R.R, West Brighton, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Feltman’s Ocean Pavilion, West Brighton Beach, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Hotel Brighton, Brighton Beach, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Incidents of the Excursion of the American Medical Association to Brighton Beach, June 4th. 1880 [?]. 

Mrs. Vanderveer’s Bathing Pavilion, West Brighton Beach, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Observatory at West Brighton, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Ocean Pier and Navigation Co., West Brighton, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Paul Bauer’s West Brighton Hotel. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Sea Beach Palace Hotel, West Brighton, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Sea-Side Home for Children, West Brighton Beach, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Silhouette Artist and the City Belle –An Evening Scene on Brighton Beach. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, July 19, 1879. 

Summer Night’s Festival of the Arion Singing Society at West Brighton Beach, July 31st – Meeting of Arion and Neptune on the Beach after Landing from the Dolphins. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 16, 1879. 

New York's Great Midsummer Attraction. Life, July 24, 1902. 

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BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC 

Academy of Music and Academy of Design. Undated. 

Brooklyn Academy of Music. From a 1959 Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn Calendar [image is older than calendar]. 

The Brooklyn Academy of Music – Exterior; The Brooklyn Academy of Music – Interior – Opening Concert, January 15, 1861. Harper’s Weekly, February 2, 1861. 

Grand Ball, for the benefit of the Home for Destitute Children, at the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, February 5th. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, February 21, 1880. 

Reception of the Brooklyn Art Association at the Brooklyn Academy of Music [color]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, March 28, 1863. 

Reception of the Brooklyn Art Association at the Brooklyn Academy of Music [German language; black & white]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, April 4, 1863. 

Roof of Academy of Music Blown Off by Gale. Harper’s Weekly, July 14, 1860. 

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BROOKLYN ART ASSOCIATION 

New Academy of the Brooklyn Art Association. Harper’s Weekly, March 23, 1872. 

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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS 

Brooklyn Heights, Opposite the City of New York [color]. Gleason’s Pictorial, November 25, 1854. 

Brooklyn Heights Water-Cure Establishment. Life Illustrated, 1859 [?]. 

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CELEBRATIONS 

The Brooklyn Columbian Celebration – High-School boys marching up Court Street – Grand Army Procession from top of Memorial Arch – City Hall Decorations – Court House Decorations – Memorial Arch – Daughters of the Grand Army of the Republic – Ranks of red, white and blue. Undated. 

Brooklyn Honors Her Brave Soldiers and Sailors: A Magnificent Ovation by Her Citizens to the Men Who Served in the War with Spain – The Review at Prospect Park Plaza on Saturday, October 1st. [2 copies]. Leslie’s Weekly, October 20, 1898. 

Brooklyn Sunday School Celebration. Harper’s Bazaar, June 20, 1874. 

Brooklyn’s Enthusiastic Reception of Her Great Arctic Explorer [Frederick Cook’s Return]. Leslie’s Weekly, September 20, 1909. 

Brooklyn’s Welcome to Governor Cleveland – The Procession Passing the City Hall [2 copies]. Drawn by Schell and Hogan. Harper’s Weekly, October 25, 1884. 

A Children’s Festival Day: The Thirty-Second Annual Parade of the Sunday Schools of Brooklyn. Photographs by Hemment. Frank Leslie’s Weekly , June 22, 1893. 

Colored Celebration of Emancipation Day at Myrtle Avenue Park. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 9, 1884. 

The Columbian Celebration in New York City. Illumination and firework at Brooklyn Bridge. Frank Leslie’s Weekly , October 20, 1892. 

Das 14 National-Sangerfest [Fourth of July Celebration]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, July 18, 1885. 

A Democratic Barbecue. – The Hungry Crowd of “Unterrified” Clamoring or Cuts of the Toothsome Roast. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, October 18, 1884. 

Fire-Works at New York on the Evening of the Fourth of July, As Seen From Brooklyn Heights. Harper's Weekly, 1859 

Grand Gathering of Sunday School Children at Prospect Park, in Celebration of the Anniversary, May 28th, 1873. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, June 14, 1873. 

The Inauguration of Governor David B. Hill, at Albany January 1st—the Procession Passing the Reviewing Stand. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, January 12, 1889. 

Monster Picnic at Schach’s Park, East Brooklyn, June 13, for the Benefit of the German Hospital Fund – From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. 1864. 

The Naval Ball in Honor of the Grand Duke Alexis, at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. Harper’s Weekly, December 16, 1871. 

New York – Fifteenth Annual Reunion, in Brooklyn, June 11th, of the Society of the Army of the Potomac – The Procession Passing Under the Grand Arch in Montague Street. 1884. 

The Republican Barbecue in Brooklyn: Roasting the oxen; Procession of the Boys in Blue [2 copies, b&w and color]. Harper’s Weekly, November 11, 1876. 

Überreichung von medaillen durch manor booth von Brooklyn an die Veteren der Brooklyner Regimenter in Front Green, am 25 Oktober 1866 [Presentation of Medals]. Frank Leslie’s Illustrierte Zeitung, October 25, 1866. 

Welcome Army of the Potomac – drawing of parade on Montague Street [German language]. 1884 [?]. 

Parade of the Brooklyn Sunday-School Children. Harper’s Bazaar, June 13, 1868. 

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CEMETERIES 

A Day in Greenwood Cemetery. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, August 17, 1867. 

Decorating the Three Thousand Soldiers’ Graves in Cypress Hill Cemetery, Near Brooklyn, Long Island. Sketched by Stanley Fox. Harper’s Weekly, June 20, 1868. 

Decoration of the graves of Union soldiers at Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, May 30, 1869. Sketched by Stanley Fox. Harper’s Weekly, June 19, 1869. 

Dedication of the Actors’ Monument in the Cemetery of the Evergreens. Drawn by Graham and Rogers. Harper’s Weekly, June 18, 1887. 

Engine House – 1855 [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Entrance to Greenwood Cemetery, 1845. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Firemen’s Monument in Greenwood Cemetery. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Firemen’s Monument, Situated on Ocean Hill, in Greenwood Cemetery, Long Island, N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, October 18, 1851. 

Floral Decoration of the Graves of Patriot Soldiers, at Cypress Hill Cemetery, Long Island, New York, May 31st. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper

Fountain and Reservoir on Fountain Hill [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Gardener’s Lodge (Battle Hill), Greenwood Cemetery [2 copies]. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Gardener’s Lodge, Ocean Hill – 1845 [Greenwood Cemetery]. 

Greenwood Cemetery: Entrance to Greenwood Cemetery; Monument in Greenwood Cemetery. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1851 [?]. 

Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Undated. 

Lawn-Girt Hill Greenwood Cemetery. Undated. 

Monument to Miss Charlotte Canda (Green-Wood Cemetery). Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Northern Entrance to Greenwood (From Within) [2 copies]. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Outer Gate, Northern Entrance [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Pilot’s Monument in Greenwood Cemetery, New York. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, August 14, 1852. 

Receiving Tombs. Arbor Water [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Southern Entrance – 1861 [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Theaterbrand in Brooklyn am 5. Dezember 1876 – Begräbnis der Verunglückten auf Battle Hill, Greenwood-Friedhof, am 9 Dezember [Theater fire in Brooklyn on December 5, 1876 - Interment of the Victims on Battle Hill, Greenwood Cemetery, on December 9]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1877. 

Tool-House [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Western Entrance – 1850 (From Within) [Greenwood Cemetery]. Undated. 

Western Entrance to Green-Wood Cemetery [2 copies]. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

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CHURCHES 

The Brooklyn Bethel – Mission School for Children of the Poor, under Auspices of Plymouth Church. Harper’s Weekly, January 29, 1870. 

Brooklyn, L.I. – Meeting, in Plymouth Church, of the advisory council of congregational churches – Thomas G. Sherman making a statement of the case of Plymouth Church, on the second day of the meeting, February 16th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 4, 1876. 

Brooklyn, NY – The Presbyterian General Assembly at the Tabernacle. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 10, 1876. 

The Brooklyn Tabernacle – Appearance of the Ruins on Monday Morning, May 14th. – From a Photograph Made Expressly for Leslie’s Weekly by J.C. Hemment. Leslie's Weekly, May 24, 1894. 

Burning of the Brooklyn Tabernacle / Brooklyn Tabernacle – Interior View. Harper’s Weekly, 1873. 

Centennial Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Central Baptist Church, E.D. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Central Congregational Church, Ormond Place. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Central M.E. Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Ceremony of Laying the Corner Stone of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, on Lafayette, Vanderbilt, Clermont and Greene Avenues, Brooklyn, L.I., June 21. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 11, 1868. 

The Church of the Holy Trinity. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Church of the Pilgrims, Henry Street, Cor. Remsen. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Emanuel Baptist Church. The American Architect and Building News, April 23, 1888. 

First Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Sands Street Memorial; John Welch, Architect. The American Architect and Building News, February 18, 1893. 

First Place Methodist Episcopal; St.John’s Methodist Episcopal Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

First Reformed Church of Brooklyn. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Fleet Street M.E. Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Greenwood Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Meeting in Plymouth Church of the advisory council of Congressional churches – Thomas G. Shearman making a statement of the case of Plymouth Church on the second day of the Meeting, February 16th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 4, 1876. 

The Church of the Pilgrim, corner of Clinton and Remsen Streets, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper 

The New Brooklyn Tabernacle on Schermerhorn Street, Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, Pastor. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 7, 1874. 

New York - New Chapel of the Church of the Pilgrims in Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 18, 1879. 

Nostrand Avenue M.E. Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Old Dutch Reformed Church, 1776. Drawn by Miss Elizabeth Sleight in 1808; copied from the original drawing by G.Hayward; for McCloskey’s Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1864. 

The Old Franklin Avenue Presbyterian Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Park Avenue Primitive Methodist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Pierrepont Street Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Plymouth Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Puritan Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Recent Additions to Churches of Brooklyn. Drawn by Hughson Hawley. Harper’s Weekly, May 26, 1888. 

Roman Catholic Church of St. John the Evangelist, Brooklyn, New York. The American Architect, undated. 

The Second Breuckelen Church, 1766. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Simpson M.E. Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Sixth Avenue Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

South Third Street Presbyterian Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Trial of the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, Charged with Falsehood and Deceit, before the Presbytery of Brooklyn—The Accused Demanding a Rigid Investigation. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 12, 1879. 

View of the Ruins of the Famous Brooklyn Tabernacle, Destroyed by Fire October 13th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 26, 1889. 

Washington Avenue Baptist Church. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

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CLUBS 

Brooklyn Whist Club. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Das neue heim des Union League Club zu Brooklyn [The new home of the Union League Club of Brooklyn]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

Fifth Annual Exhibition at the Riding Academy in Brooklyn – The “Hungarian Post." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 29, 1873. 

Reception of Lt.-Com Gorringe, U.S.N., by Anglo-Saxon Lodge, No 137, F and AM, Brooklyn, September 1st, Explaining the Masonic Emblems on the Egyptian Obelisk. From a Sketch by Albert Berghaus. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 18, 1880. 

Summer Encampment of State G.A.R. at Brooklyn – Sounding the Bugle-Calls in Music Hall, July 28th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 14, 1880. 

The Union League Club-House, Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.; P.J. Lauritzen, Architect. The American Architect and Building News, November 14, 1891. 

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CONEY ISLAND 

After Clams on Coney Island. Drawn by Albert Berghaus. Harper’s Weekly, March 8, 1884. 

American Excursion Coney Island Sightseeing Tour. Sterlip Press, Inc, NY. Undated. 

American Medical Association Sailing Around Coney Island [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, June 4, 1880. 

Amerikanische Skizzen: Am Badestrand von Coney Island bei Neuyork [American sketches: At the beach of Coney Island near New York] [women riding donkeys in the water]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, August 23, 1879. 

Art and Nature at the West End of Coney Island [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, July 16, 1887. 

An Artist’s Holiday Notes at Coney Island. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 6, 1889. 

An Artist’s Impressions of the New Coney, 1903. 

The Beach at Coney Island. Drawn by Ben Day. Harper’s Weekly, August 17, 1867. 

Commissary Department of Big Summer Resort Hotel, Manhattan Beach, Coney Island. Photographs by Harriet Quimby [2 copies]. Leslie's Weekly, July 5, 1906. 

Coney Island and the Crowned Heads: Why Shouldn’t the Wearied Monarchs of Europe Enjoy a Plunge in Our Republican Waters? Puck, 1883 [?]. 

Coney Island, beliebter Badeplatz am antlantichen Ozean, nahe New York [Coney Island, beloved bathing place on the Atlantic Ocean, near New York]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, August 8, 1888. 

The Coney Island Concourse. Harper’s Weekly, August 4, 1877. 

Coney Island, New York, on the Atlantic Ocean – Manhattan Beach Hotel [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1879 [?]. 

Das Seebad Coney Island bei New York. Deutsche Illustrtirte Zeitung, undated. 

The Encroachments of the Sea at Coney island—Moving back the Great Hotel at Brighton Beach. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 14, 1888. 

Enjoyment of Midsummer Throngs in New York. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, July 11, 1907. 

Famous Coney Island Where New York’s Heated Millions Find Relief. Leslie's Weekly, undated. 

High Tide at Coney Island. 1895 

An Idle Hour on Coney Island. Harper’s Bazaar, August 28, 1880. 

The Joys of Saturday-Sunday Land. Harper’s Weekly Advertiser, 1910 [?]. 

Kinder im Bade, Scene nahe dem Sanitorium zu Coney Island [Children bathing, scene near the Sanitorium at Coney Island]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, August 10, 1889. 

A Lesson for the Uninitiated – Three-Card Monte Players on Coney Island Beach. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 31, 1867. 

Manhattan Beach Hotel, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The New Coney Island—Night Views of “Dreamland” and “Luna Park." Harper’s Weekly, 1904 [?]. 

New York’s New Summer Amusement Resort: Some of the Attractions of Dreamland. The Theatre Magazine, 1904 [?]. 

New York’s Two Most Famous Midsummer Resorts: The Masses Delight in the Variegated Attractions of Coney Island, While the More Select Ones Crowd to the Cool Retreats of Central Park. Leslie's Weekly, July 30, 1903. 

On Coney Island – View from the Observatory, Looking East. Drawn by Charles Graham. Harper’s Weekly, August 11, 1883. 

On the Iron Pier, Coney Island—The Rush for the Last Boat. Harper’s Weekly, July 29, 1882. 

On The Way To Coney Island. Drawn by T. De Thulstrup. Harper’s Weekly, 1886. 

Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Beach, Coney Island. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Our Summer Resorts—Sketches at Coney Island. Drawn by T. de Thulstrup. Harper’s Weekly, August 6, 1881. 

The People’s Great Summer Resort—the Latest Improvements on Coney Island—Brighton Beach and its Attractions. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 24, 1878. 

Political Coney Island [centerfold in an entire issue]. Puck, August 10, 1887. 

Posters of Steeplechase Park [4 posters, oversize. Located in collection flat file]. Undated. 

Saturday’s Half-Holiday Crowd on the Beach at Coney Island: New York’s Popular Breathing Spot, To Which It’s Millions of All Conditions Flock During the Heat of the Day. Leslie's Weekly, undated. 

Scene at a Coney Island Sanitarium – The Children’s Bathing Hour. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 10, 1889. 

Scenes and Incidents at Coney Island.—Life-Savers at Work— “Pull Hearty, my Boys!” Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 28, 1886. 

Scenes and Incidents on Coney Island. Drawn by W.A. Rogers. Harper’s Weekly, August 10, 1878. 

Sea-side bathing at the Coney Island Beach. The Daily Graphic, 1873. 

Sleighing on the New Ocean Parkway from Prospect Park, Brooklyn, to the Atlantic—a Trot on the Coney Island Beach. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 10, 1877. 

St. George’s Inn: Boulevard, Coney Island: Bruce Price, Architect. The American Architect and Building News, June 25, 1880. 

The Storm on Coney Island. From Sketches by H.M. Eaton. Harper’s Weekly, February 28, 1885. 

Summer Diversions at the Seaside – A Coasting Party At Coney Island – “More Scared Than Hurt." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 24, 1886. 

The “Three-Card Monte” – A Scene On Coney Island. Sketched by Stanley Fox. Undated. 

Under way for Coney Island. Harper’s Young People, October 17, 1882. 

A Visit to Coney Island. Harper’s Weekly, September 12, 1891. 

The Warfare on the Route to Coney Island. 1902 [?]. 

Women Bathing at Coney Island [Badende Frauen…] [German Language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1882. 

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CRIME 

The Arrest of the Abductor of the Girl Lizzie Selden, in Brooklyn August 31st. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Sept 9, 1882. 

Base Metal Coinage—A Gang of Counterfeiters in Brooklyn Molding Imitation Silver Dollars. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 12, 1889. 

The Bay Ridge Robbers – The Thieves Firing on Mr. Van Brunt. From Sketches by Theo. R. Davis. Harper’s Weekly, January 2, 1875. 

The Brooklyn Kidnappers: Little Lizzie Selden decoyed from her home by a strange woman, who is captured after a general hunt. The National Police Gazette: New York, September 16, 1882. 

Brutal Double Murder in Husted’s stables, Skillman Street, Brooklyn Thursday, May 13. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 22, 1858. 

He Concluded to Skip: A Suspected Murderer Named Krause Makes a Swift and Successful Escape from the Raymond Street Jail, Brooklyn. The National Police Gazette: New York, January 24, 1888. 

The Kelsey Mystery. Scenes of the Huntington (L.I.) Excitement. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 20, 1873. 

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DISASTERS 

Brooklyn Theatre Broadside. Brooklyn Theatre, This Week, Positively the Last Times in Brooklyn of the Two Orphans With All Its Original Scenes and Cast [located in collection flat file]. 1876. 

Brooklyn Public School Catastrophe – Scene At The Stairway Opening on Navy Street, Where the Children Were Suffocated to Death. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 30, 1858. 

The Brooklyn Theatre Conflagration. The room of the Property Clerk at the Brooklyn Headquarters – Friends of the Missing Identifying Relics Found in the Ruins or on the Bodies of the Victims [2 copies; 1 German language; 1 English]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 30, 1876. 

Burning of the Brooklyn Tabernacle. Harper’s Weekly, January 11, 1873. 

The Burning of the Brooklyn Theatre, December 5th – Scene from the Stage at the First Alarm of fire – The Actors Endeavoring to Prevent a Panic [numerous illustrations also included within the issue]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 23, 1876. 

Burning of the Brooklyn Theatre – Scene at the Washington Street Entrance. Harper’s Weekly, December 23, 1876. 

Collision on the Hudson River Between The Steamer Knickerbocker and Sloop Stephen Raymond – Captain Drowned. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 16, 1859. 

Destructive Fire in Fuhman Street, Under the Heights, Brooklyn, NY. Undated. 

Destruction of the Fifth Avenue Theater, New York, in 1873. Undated. 

Explosion at Ames & Moulton’s Hat Factory. Harper’s Weekly, February 11, 1860. 

Explosion of Two Boilers at Jewell’s Mills, Brooklyn, N.Y., February 16, 1882. Scientific American, May 20, 1882. 

The Fatal Accident on the New Elevated Railroad, on Broadway, in the Eastern District of Brooklyn, Tuesday Morning, the 14th inst—A Section of the Structure, with Derricks, Construction-Car, Boiler etc, Falls upon a Horse Car Filled with Passengers. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 18, 1888. 

February’s Fury – Freaks of the Great Winter Storm At Long Branch and Coney Island. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 21, 1880. 

Funeral Procession for the Victims of the Brooklyn Theatre Fire [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, December 19, 1876. 

The Great Fire in Brooklyn, July 15, 1864. Harper’s Weekly, July 30, 1864. 

Horrible Death of a Number of Firemen at the Conflagration on Furman Street, Brooklyn, April 4 – The Roofs Giving Way and Precipitating the Victims among the Ruins of the Warerooms Underneath. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 22, 1865. 

Kamp mit Kaiffifdien in der gai New York nahe Fort Layfayette. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1880. 

The Burning of the Ferry-Boat, Idaho, on Monday Evening, Nov. 26th, in the East River, N.Y., opposite Williamsburgh, Long Island Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper December 15, 1866 

The Late Fire in Brooklyn. Shingle Yard Fire on Van Brunt Street near Summit. Illustrated News, July 2, 1853. 

New York, - Fatal Collision on Lond Island Sound, June 11th - The "City of New York" picking up the passengers of the "Narragansett" after the collision of hte latter with the "Stonington" Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper June 26, 1880 

The Recent Destructive Tornado in Brooklyn – Explosion of the Gasometers of the Citizen’s Gas Company, Smith and Fifth Streets. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 19, 1889. 

Ruins after the Late Fire in Brooklyn [Fire at 359 Fulton Street]. Illustrated News, June 4, 1853. 

Shocking Scene at a Fire in Brooklyn, N.Y., on February 6, 1859 [Fire at Fulton and Elm]. Harper’s Weekly, February 19, 1859. 

The Terrible Disaster at the New York Approach of the East River Bridge, May 30th – Removing the Bodies of the Killed and Injured. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 9, 1883. 

Thrilling Scene at a Recent Fire in Greenpoint. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 9, 1882. 

Wreck of the Schooner “Emma Jane” in Jamaica Bay During the store of Dec. 30, 1895. Collier's Weekly, January 9, 1896. 

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DISTILLERIES 

Swill Tanks Connected With Husted’s Distillery, Skillman Street, Brooklyn. Filling the Casks with Distillery Slops, to Take to the Cow-Stables of the Long-Island Farmers. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 15, 1858. 

The Whiskey War in the City of Brooklyn, New York [Fifth Ward]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 25, 1869 

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FERRIES 

America Revisited by our Special Artist. The Illustrated News of the World, March 29, 1890. 

Atlantic Street, or South Ferry. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Dangers of Ferry Navigation During Heavy Fog – Scene on the East River – A Narrow Escape [color]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 24, 1887. 

Don’t Jump! – A Warning oft Repeated, Little Heeded. – Narrow Escape of a Young Lady from Being Crushed between the Boat and Bridge at Fulton Ferry, N.Y. Undated. 

The Effect of the Gale of Dec. 27th and 28th on the Ferries – lowering loaded wagons on board the ferry boat at the foot of South Sevent Street, Williamsburgh L.I. 1866. 

The Ferry at Brooklyn, New York. Print published by Geo. Virtue, 1839 [2 copies; 1 b&w; 1 color]. Undated. 

Ferry House at Foot of Hamilton Avenue. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Ferry House at Foot of Montague Street. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Ferry Mismanagement – Fatal and Terrible Collision between the Boats “Hamilton” and “Union,” at Fulton Ferry, New York City, November 14th, 1868. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 28, 1868. 

Homeward Rush. Drawn by W.P. Snyder. Harper’s Weekly, April 23, 1892. 

La debacle des glaces, a New York. Vue prise de la riviere orientale [The Icebreaker, New York. View taken from the East River]. L’Univers Illustre, undated. 

Meeting of the Ferry Investigating Committee at Washington Hall, Williamsburg, Long Island, On Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 11th and 12th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 2, 1867. 

Moving the Brick Ferry House of the 39th Street Brooklyn Ferry. Scientific American, February 11, 1893. 

On the Ferry. Copyright 1898 by Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1898 [?]. 

The Twentieth Century Woman on a New York Ferry-Boat. Drawn by G.W. Peters. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, March 21, 1907. 

Where Two Ends Meet – Scene on the Pier at Twenty-Sixth Street, East River, New York – Drawn by T. De Thulstrup. Harper’s Weekly, 1891. 

Zusammenstoss zweier Fahrzeuge auf dem East River am 3 Mai 1875 [Collision of two vehicles on the East River, May 3 1875]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1875. 

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FIRE DEPARTMENT 

A big blaze at Hunter’s Point – a constant menace to New York and Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, February 23, 1884. 

“Fire!” Response of the Insurance Patrol. Undated. 

General View of Fire Alarm Headquarters, Brooklyn, N.Y. [various other photographs of the Fire Alarm Headquarters included as well]. Fire and Water, September 26, 1896. 

The Great Conflagration at Hunter’s Point, Long Island Destruction of oil works and shipping May 25th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 12, 1869. 

The Late Procession of the Fire Department, Brooklyn, N.Y.; View of Firemen’s Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, undated. 

New York Harbor. Fire, Police and Tug-Boats Saving the Shipping of Brooklyn—Towing the Grain Elevator “Transporter” into the Harbor, on the Night of October 4th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 19, 1878. 

The Veteran Firemen of Brooklyn – Portraits of Leading Members of the Old Volunteer Department, With some of the Department Relics. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 11, 1888. 

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INDUSTRY 

700-Foot Floating Dock of the Morse Dry Dock, Brooklyn. Scientific American , April 21, 1900. 

Ansicht der Yard bei den Brennerei-Stallungen…in Brooklyn. [View of the yard at the distillery stables...in Brooklyn]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, May 22, 1858. 

Asbestos Works of the H.W. Johns Manufacturing Company [various ill.; 2 copies; 1b&w, 1 color]. Scientific American, February 26, 1881. 

Atlantic Docks and Basin. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Brooklyn Warehouse and Storage Company. Undated. 

The Brooklyn Warehouse and Storage Company. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

C.H. Reynold’s Coal and Wood Yards. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Charles A. Schieren & Co.’s Manufactory. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Charles S. Higgins’ Soap Manufactory. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Columbian Iron Works. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

D. Appleton & Co.’s Book Manufactory. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Downing & Lawrences’ Marine Railways and Ship Yard. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Dow’s Grain Stores, Brooklyn, U.S.A. Engineering, November 2, 1883. 

E. Ketcham & Co’s Tin Ware Manufactory, Brooklyn. Office & Warerooms, 100 Beekman St., & 289 Pearl St., NY. 1874. 

Exposure of the Milk Trade – general view of Wilson and Husted’s Distilleries and cow stables, on Flushing Avenue and Skillman Street, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 8, 1858. 

Exposure of the Swill-Milk Trade. – Interior of the Cow-Stables Connected with the Distillery Corner of Flushing Avenue and Skillman Streets, Brooklyn. Supplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 28, 1874. 

Grain Elevator, Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, May 20, 1871. 

Grain Ships Laid up in Gowanus Creek—Waiting for Cargoes. Harper’s Weekly, April 10, 1880. 

The Great Dry Docks at the Erie Basin, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American Supplement No. 444, July 5, 1884. 

Henry Lawrence & Sons, Manufacturer of Cordage and Bagging; Office, 192 Front Street, Near Fulton, New York. Factory, Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, E.D. Verso: Lawrence Waterbury & Co., Cordage Manufacturers, Brooklyn, E.D., New York, Office and Warerooms, 136 Front St., New York. 1876 [?]. 

Higgins’ German Laundry. The American Grocer, Feb 24, 1881. 

Holmes’ Barrel Making Machinery. –The Chamfering and Crozing Machine [various ill.]. Scientific American, March 28, 1874. 

J.S. Loomis’ Moulding and Planing Mills. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

James Weir’s Conservatories and Green-Houses. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

John Good’s Ropemaking Machinery Establishment. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Lawrence Waterbury & Co. Cordage & Cotton Bagging Manufacturing. Atlantic Publishing & Engraving Co., New York, undated. 

The Lidgerwood Manufacturing Company, New York. Hoisting Engines and Boilers—Gorton Heaters. Scientific American, June 2, 1888. 

The Manufacture of Electrical Machines by the Fuller Electrical Company, at their Factory in Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 1, 1882. 

Martin Worn & Son’s Furniture Warehouse. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

New Beam Engine Built at Continental Works, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, December 31, 1881. 

New Method of Docking and Excavating Canals. Scientific American, October 12, 1872. 

The Niagara Direct-Acting Pump. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Pioneer Tobacco Factory, Brooklyn, N.Y. Harper’s Weekly, January 1, 1870. 

Proclamation by the Governor for the Suppression of Certain Nuisances [petroleum refinement; Newtown Creek]. Harper’s Weekly, August 13, 1881. 

Richard Shannon’s Greenhouses; James Dean’s Greenhouses. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

The Rope and Cordage Manufactory of Wm. Wall’s Sons. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

A Scene at the Atlantic Docks Brooklyn. Appleton’s Journal, April 1, 1871. 

Shipping Grain at Brooklyn Elevators. Harper’s Weekly, October 9, 1897. 

Sohmer & Co Piano Fabrik in Astoria, Long Island, gegenuber der 92 Strasse in New York [Sohmer & Co. piano factory in Astoria, Long Island, across from 92nd Street in New York]. 

Terminal Facilities of New York. Harper’s Weekly supplement, August 31, 1889. 

The “Sweating System” in New York City. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Through the Years. E.R. Squibb & Sons, New York. Good Housekeeping, September 1929. 

The Union Porcelain Works and Wares. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Unsavory Hunter’s Point – The Factories and Refineries on Newtown Creek – from sketches by our special artist. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

View of Atlantic White Lead and Linseed Oil Company’s Works; Factories, Brooklyn, New York. Office, 287 Pearl Street, New York. 1874. 

View of E.W. Bliss’s Machine Shops and Foundries. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

View of the H.W. Peace Co.’s “Vulcan” Saw Works, Tenth and Ainslie Streets, E.D. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

View of Thos. F. Rowland’s Continental Iron Works and Shipyard, Greenpoint, New York. 1874. 

Warehouses and Basin of the Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn, N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1851. 

The William Cabble Excelsior Wire Works. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Worthington Hydraulic Works, South Brooklyn NY. Scientific American, September 4, 1880. 

WM Wall’s Sons Manufactures of Rope, Office, 220 Front Street New York Factory, Brooklyn. Undated. 

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LIBRARIES 

Carnegie Libraries: DeKalb Branch; Greenpoint Branch; Williamsburg Branch; Bedford Branch; Pacific Branch. [verso – American Sugar Refining Company]. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The Garfield Building, Cor. Court and Remsen Streets, Brooklyn. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Gate Lodge and Hamersley Library, Sea Side Home, Bath Beach, N.Y.; Parfitt Bros. Architects. The American Architect and Building News, November 12, 1892. 

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MEMORIALS 

Bronze Statue of De Witt Clinton, Designed for Greenwood Cemetery. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1853 [?]. 

Brooklyn’s Triumphal Arch. Scientific American, January 4, 1890. 

Honoring the Memory of Martyrs of the Revolution – dedication of the monument at Fort Green Park, Brooklyn NY to the imprisoned patriots who died on the British prison ship during the war for American Independence. Leslie's Weekly, November 26, 1908. 

Interior View of the Tomb, in Brooklyn, L.I. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 6, 1870. 

The Lincoln Monument in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York. Harper’s Weekly, November 13, 1869. 

The Metropolis in Mourning [Scenes of buildings covered in memorial décor following death of General Grant]. Harper’s Weekly, August 8, 1885. 

“The Navy.” Symbolic Group in High Relief, Designed by Frederick MacMonnies for the Memorial Arch at the Northern Entrance to Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, July 15, 1899. 

Proposed Monument to Sons of Brooklyn Who Fell in Four Wars, To Be Erected at Entrance to Prospect Park. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 20, 1886. 

The Proposed Triumphal Arch: Soldiers and Sailors’ Monument, Brooklyn, the corner stone of which was laid October 30th. Undated. 

The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Brooklyn. Preparing to lay the Corner Stone. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 2, 1889. 

The Soldiers’ Memorial Arch, To Be Erected in Brooklyn. – From the Original Design. Harper’s Weekly, August 17, 1889. 

Tomb of the Martyrs, Brooklyn, Long Island. Undated. 

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MILITARY 

The Armored Cruiser Brooklyn, Launched at Philadelphia. Scientific American, October 12, 1895. 

The Captured Anglo-Rebel Steamer Columbia Unloading her Cargo. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 8, 1862. 

The Coast Defense Question – Bird’s-Eye View of New York and Surrounding Cities, Showing Their Defenseless Condition in the Event of War with a Foreign Power. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 18, 1886. 

A Military Outrage – Soldiers, under Punishment, Bathing with Ball and Chain at Fort Hamilton, L.I. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 22, 1868. 

The New York Columbian Celebration. Harper’s Weekly, 1892. 

Novel Summer Camp of Squadron C, of Brooklyn. Leslie's Weekly, Sept 21, 1905. 

Review of the Thirteenth Regiment, N.G., at the Armory, in Brooklyn, Feb. 7th, by Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Staff, of Virginia. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 17, 1883. 

Scenes and Incidents in Major-General Sheridan’s Reception in New York and Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 19, 1867. 

The Thirteenth Regiment New York State Militia leaving their armory in Brooklyn for the war, April 23, 1861/ The Sixty-Ninth (Irish) Regiment embarking in the “James Adger” for the war, April 23, 1861. Harper’s Weekly, May 11, 1861. 

View of Fort Lafayette, Situated at the Narrows, New York Harbor. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 7, 1861. 

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MUSEUMS 

The Children’s Museum of Brooklyn Institute. Scientific American, May 12, 1900. 

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NAVY YARD 

Activity at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Leslie's Weekly, April 7, 1898. 

The Affair with Hayti—Preparations on the Expeditionary Vessels at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard—Hoisting and Placing Guns on Board. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 22, 1888. 

Ante-Election Activity at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Breaking up the Condemned Hulks. The Daily Graphic, October 4, 1884. 

At the Brooklyn Navy-Yard [2 copies; 1b&w, 1 color]. Harper’s Weekly, January 30, 1892. 

At the Brooklyn Navy-Yard – 1. The Puritan. 2. The Nantucket. 3. Interior of the Maine. 4. The Maine. Harper’s Weekly, 1832. 

Battle-Ships Crowd the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Leslie's Weekly, May 26, 1904. 

Bier of Captain J.H. Ward on Board the U.S.S. North Carolina at the Brooklyn Navy Yard [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

Bilder aus dem Marine-Amt in Brooklyn [Pictures from the Naval Office in Brooklyn]. Uber Land und Meer, 1898. 

Bird’s-Eye View from Brooklyn Bridge of the Famous Cruiser “Brooklyn” Speeding down East River. Leslie's Weekly, April 2, 1903. 

Blue Jackets Playing Football in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Collier's Weekly, January 21, 1897. 

Bravo! Gut gefegt! [civil service reform; Brooklyn Navy Yard] [German language]. Puck, April 29, 1891. 

The Brooklyn Navy-Yard [various images of ships, sailors, and workrooms]. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The Brooklyn Navy Yard and Shops. Scientific American, September 21, 1889. 

Building the New War Ship “Maine” at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Harper’s Weekly, March 9, 1889. 

A Characteristic Group at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; “New York;” “Cincinnati;” “Brooklyn;” “Newport;” “Iowa.” Scientific American, May 14, 1898. 

Construction of the New War Ship Maine, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York. Scientific American, October 5, 1889. 

The Cruiser “Columbia” in Dry-Dock at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard for the Repair of the Damage Done to her Flat Keel Plates While Docked at Southampton, England. Leslie's Weekly, August 29, 1895. 

Destruction of the Marine Barracks, Brooklyn Navy-Yard, by the Cyclone of January 9th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 19, 1889. 

Dry Dock at Brooklyn, New York. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, May 10, 1851 [?]. 

Dry Dock No. 3; The Floating Caisson in Place Closing the Dock; The United States Cruiser Columbia in Dry Dock No. 2 Brooklyn Navy Yard. Scientific American, February 20, 1897. 

A flock of Uncle Sam’s peace doves at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. [Armored cruiser Maryland; battle-ship Indiana; armored cruiser Pennsylvania; armored cruiser Colorado; battle-ship Alabama]. Undated. 

From Wood to Concrete—Repairs to Dry Dock No. 2, Brooklyn Navy Yard. Scientific American, October 20, 1900. 

Interior Esplanade Fronting the Navy Yard, with the Ship North Carolina Alongside. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, November 1, 1851. 

Launch of the United States Cruiser Maine from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, November 17. Once A Week, December 2, 1890. 

Lay Keel for World’s Mightiest Plane Carrier: General View of Ceremonies at Brooklyn, N.Y. Navy Yard as the keel of the U.S.S. Saratoga, world’s most powerful aircraft carrier, is laid. Illustrated Current News, March 29, 1890. 

Machine Shop and Engine Room, U. S. Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 1, 1857. 

The McCalla Naval Inquiry at Brooklyn Navy Yard. The Illustrated American, March 29, 1890. 

The Million-Dollar Conflagration in the Brooklyn Navy Yard New York. Leslie's Weekly, 1899 [?]. 

Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Undated. 

Navy Yard, Brooklyn, 1831. For D.T. Valentine’s Manual, 1854. 

Navy Yard, Brooklyn, 1834. For D.T. Valentine’s Manual, 1854. 

The Navy-Yard at Brooklyn, New York, June 1861. Harper’s Weekly, July 20, 1861. 

Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y.; View Taken from the East Side of Wallabout Bay, Williamsburg; Line-of-Battle Ship North Carolina, Lying at Her Moorings as a School Ship, Brooklyn, N.Y. [2 copies]. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, Oct 18, 1851 [?]. 

The New Caloric Ship “Ericsson,” on the Government Dry Dock, Brooklyn, N.Y. Illustrated News, January 15,1853. 

New Dry Dock at the United States Navy-Yard. Illustrated London News, October 27, 1849. 

The New Dry Dock, Brooklyn Navy Yard. Scientific American, November 30, 1889. 

The New Navy – Launch of the Armored Cruiser “Maine." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 29, 1890. 

The New Simpson Timber Dry Dock at the Brooklyn N.Y., Navy Yard. Scientific American, November 30, 1889. 

The New Steel Floating Derrick. Scientific American, March 21, 1891. 

The New Traveling Cranes at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Scientific American, June 10, 1893. 

New York – Inspection of the Brooklyn Navy Yard by the New York Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 13th – The Fire Drill of the Employes and Marines. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 30, 1878. 

The New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Scientific American, March 3, 1901. 

The Niagara as She Appeared before She was Launched. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 8, 1856. 

Our Largest and Most Important Navy Yard. Leslie's Weekly, undated. 

The Question of a National Defense—Condition of the United States Navy; “Whitney’s Rotten Row,” at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 22, 1887. 

Reception of the Grand Duke Alexis—Grand Ball Give by the Officers of the United States Navy to the Grand Duke, at the Navy Yard. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 16, 1871. 

Reception of the Tunisian Embassy at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Oct. 9th, by Admiral Bell, Commanding the Yard. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 28, 1865. 

"Rotten Row,” Brooklyn Navy Yard. Harper’s Weekly, August 5, 1882. 

Sailing of the Steamship “Bear,” of the Greely Relief Expedition . From the Brooklyn Navy Yard, April 24th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 3, 1884. 

Scenes in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Harper’s Weekly, August 24, 1861. 

Second Visit to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. [interior and exterior views]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 1, 1857. 

Some Pictures of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Collier's Weekly, September 30, 1897. 

Stirring Times at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. [Photographs of receiving ship “Vermont;” Dry-Docks; Cruiser “Chicago;” Dispatch-Boat “Dolphin;” and gate of Navy Yard]. Leslie's Weekly, March 17, 1898. 

Thursday Evening Reception at the Sailors’ Clubhouse in the Navy Yard [2 copies]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 19, 1876. 

Timber Dry Doc No. 3 at United States Navy Yard, New York - View of Operations in Progress. Scientific American, February 1, 1896 

Torpedo-Boats in Winter Quarters. Leslie's Weekly, undated. 

Training Electricians for the American Navy. School at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in which Sailor Lads Learn the Mysteries of Electric Apparatus and Become Skilled Wireless-Telegraph Operators. Leslie's Weekly, May 18, 1905. 

Trophies at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York, the Monument Erected in Memory of the Sailors and Marines who Fell, in 1859, at Barrier’s Fort, China. [2 copies]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 29, 1865. 

U.S. Naval Lyceum, Brooklyn N.Y. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1852 [?]. 

U.S. Navy Yard Hospital, Brooklyn, situated on what was originally the shore of the Wallabout Bay. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1857. 

The United States Navy Yard, Brooklyn – The Brooklyn Navy Yard is the chief naval station of the American republic. 1893. 

The U.S. Ram, Puritan, in the New York Dry Dock, Brooklyn. Once A Week, June 10, 1890. 

The U.S. Ship “Constellation,” Now Loading at the Brooklyn Navy Yard with Supplies for Ireland [2 copies]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 3, 1880. 

Vessels in Progress of Construction and repair at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 6, 1889. 

View in the Navy Yard, Brooklyn NY. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, September 27, 1851. 

View of the Navy Yard, Brooklyn NY. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1857. 

A Visit to the Brooklyn Navy Yard [Entrance to the Navy Yard from York Street; “The Peacemaker;” Residence of the Commandant]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 14, 1857. 

A Visit to the Brooklyn Navy Yard; General view of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, from the rear of the Marine Hospital. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 14, 1857. 

Ye Story of Ye Navy Yard Which is at Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, March 12, 1859. 

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NEW YORK CITY: CONSOLIDATION 

Selfish Objections to a Good Match. Puck, undated. 

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PARKS: FORT GREENE 

Photograph of park. Color painted photograph by Detroit Photographic Company [2 copies]. 1904 [?]. 

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PARKS: PROSPECT PARK 

An Afternoon Concert at the Lake, Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, 1897. 

Anniversary Day in Brooklyn, May 27th—Parade of Sixty Thousand Sunday-School Children. The Scene in Prospect Park. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 6, 1885. 

Annual Parade of the First Brigade, N.G., S.N.Y., at Prospect Park, Mat 12th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 28, 1881. 

Bits of the Brooklyn Sunday School Parade on “Anniversary Day,” May 24. The Commercial Advertiser, June 1, 1901. 

Circular Yacht in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, July 27, 1878. 

The Grand Sham Battle of the Second Division, N.G., at Prospect Park, Brooklyn, February 23rd—Scene on the Long Meadow—the Mob Breaking in on the First Line of Defense. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 7, 1885. 

Jahresfest der Sonnfagsldulen in Brooklyn, NY; Szene in Prospect Park [Annual Celebration of the Sunday Schools in Brooklyn, NY; Scene in Prospect Park]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, undated. 

Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Undated. 

Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Accompanying Appleton’s Journal. June 4, 1870. “A Little News:” From the Friends of Central, Prospect, Cadwalader, Fort Greene, Druid Hill, and Branch Brook Parks. Publication: 2000; image a reproduction of an 1870 illustration. 

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York [Various views of the park]. Harper’s Weekly, September 12, 1868. 

Sham Battle at Prospect Park, Brooklyn, on Washington’s Birthday. Harper’s Weekly, March 7, 1885. 

Sketches in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. The Daily Graphic, June 2, 1874. 

Third Annual Meeting of the National Archery Association, at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 30, 1881. 

A View in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Cleft Ridge Span). Cricket on the Hearth, July, 1874. 

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POLICE 

Tub Race at Gowanus Bay, by the Members of the South Brooklyn Police Force, September 20th, 1869. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 9, 1869. 

View of Camp John F. Hylan, Sheepshead Bay Park, Where 1,000 Policemen a Day Live in the Tented City and Undergo Strict Military Discipline. The New York Times, September 22, 1918. 

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POLITICAL CORRUPTION 

A Cinch says Boss Croker to Boss Mclaughlin: “Shake." Harper’s Weekly, September 30, 1893. 

A Desperate Situation. W. Reid; Schieren. Puck, December 27, 1893. 

The Man with the Muck-Rake. Judge, 1894 [?]. 

A Nice Attitude for a United States Senator. Puck, August 30,1893. 

Oh, I am a Rural Assemblyman From Wayback Country Fair with no conscience at all, and one ounce of brains and the hayseed in my hair. Puck, May 11, 1887. 

Out of the Darkness: Will the Cloud of Bossism Again Enfold Brooklyn? Puck, 1883 [?]. 

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PORTRAITS 

All from Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884 unless otherwise noted.

Ambrose, Daniel (M.D.) 1884. 

Ammerman, Albert. 

Anderson, John C. 

Baird, Andrew D. and Robinson Gill. 

Barnes, A.S. 

Barnes, Alfred C. (Gen.) 

Barnes, Demas (Hon.) 

Barney, Nathan. 

Bartlett, Homer L. (M.D.) 

Bauery, Paul. 

Beard, Sylvester M. 

Beard, William. 

Bedell, Chester. 

Beecher, Henry Ward (Rev.) 

Beekman, Abraham J. 

Bergen, Teunis G. (Hon.) 

Bergen, Tunis G. 

Binns, James. 

Birdsall, S.T. (M.D.) 

Birdseye, Lucien. 

Blackford, Eugene G. 

Boerum, Henry. 

Bossert, Louis. 

Bowlsby, William H. (M.D.) 

Boynton, Eben Moody (Hon.) 

Brant, George W. 

Brick, J.K. 

Britton, Winchester. 

Broach, John. 

Brown, George W. 

Bulkley, Edwin. 

Bunker, Edward Seaman. 

Burroughs, Horace F. 

Burrows, Chester D. Jr. 

Burnett, Edwin H. 

Byrne, John (M.D.) 

Cabble, Elijah. 

Cabble, William. 

Campbell, J.W. 

Campbell, Felix (Hon.) 

Chapman, Isaac F. 

Claghorn, Charles. 

Coger, George W. 

Conselyea, William. 

Cooper, Nicholas. 

Creamer, William G. 

Cristian, H.S. 

Daggett, Albert (Hon.) 

Dakin, Thomas S. (Maj. Gen.) 

Delmar, John. 

Dennis, Charles S. 

Dick, William. 

Doherty, John. 

DuBois, Ithamar. 

Dudly, William Henry (M.D.) 

Duryea, Harmanus (General) 

Duryea, Samuel Bowne. 

Eadie, James C. 

Eddy, George M. 

Elwell, James. 

Engeman, William A. 

Farmer, Aaron D. 

Feltman, Charles. 

The Fingleton Brothers (Patrick J.; Henry W.; Hugh S.) 

Fisher, Francis B. 

Fisk, William M.L. (M.D.) 

Forrester, George B. 

Fowler, George Ryerson (M.D.) 

Fraim, George W. (M.D.) 

Freel, Edwood. 

Frost, John S. 

Gallagher, Bernard. 

General John B. Woodward, Independent Candidate for Mayor of Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, October 31, 1885. 

Gil, Robinson and Andrew D. Baird. 

Gilbert, Jasper Willet (Hon.) 

Gilmore, Quincy Adams (Gen.) 

Good, John. 

Gorton, David A. (M.D.) 

Hardy, John J. 

Harrison, Gabriel. 

Harkness, William. 

Haskins, Samuel M. 

Hazzard, William H. 

Herr, Frederick. 

Hester, William (Col.) 

Hobbs, Edward H. 

Hogan, Timothy. 

Holton, Francis H. 

Howell, James. 

Hulbert, Henry C. 

Humphreys, Asahel Willard. 

Hutchinson, Joseph C. (M.D.) 

James, Darwin R. 

Jennings, Abraham G. 

Jennings, Ephraim J. 

Keegan, William (Very Rev.) 

Ketcham, Enoch. 

Ketcham, Isaac A. 

Kiernan, John. 

Kingsley, W.E. 

Kinsella, Thomas. 

Kissam, Brewster. 

Laimbeer, Richard Harper. 

Leary, James D. 

Lee, John. 

Littlejohn, Adam N. (Rt. Rev. D.D) 

Livingstone, Walter L. (Esq.) 

Loeser, Frederick. 

Loomis, John S. 

Low, Abiel Abbott. 

Low, Seth [2 portraits]. 

Lynch, Benjmain T. 

Lyon, William H. (Hon.) 

McCabe, Daniel. 

McChesny, James. 

McKane, John Y. 

McLeer, James (Col.) 

Malone, Sylvester (Rev.) 

The Managers of the New York and Brooklyn Theatres. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 16, 1867. 

Mairs, William H. 

Mann, Edward C. (M.D.) 

Meyer, Julius E. 

Millard, Orvill A. 

Miller, Benjamin C. 

Miller, Francis (M.D.) 

Miller, Samuel B. 

Mitchell, Chauncey L. (M.D.) 

Moody, Leonard. 

Morris, Samuel D. 

Morton, John. 

Murphy, Henry C. 

Murtha, W.H. (Hon.) 

Norris, Thomas P. (M.D.) 

O’Brien, Patrick F. 

O’Donohue, Joseph J. 

Olcott, Cornelius (M.D.) 

Orr, Alexander Ector. 

Ostrander, Ferd. W. (M.D.) 

Peace, Harvey W. 

Pearce, Henry O. 

Pearsall, G. Frank. 

Pearse, Hosea O. 

Peck, Edgar C. (M.D.) 

Peed, Charles N. 

Perry, Andrew J. (Esq.) 

Perry, Joseph A. 

Perry, Timothy. 

Peters, Bernard. 

Pierrepont, Henry E. 

Pierrepont, Hez. B. 

Pinto, Francis E. 

Polhemus, Henny D. 

Pratt, Calvin E. (Hon.) 

Preston, William Irvine. 

Rapalye, Williamson. 

Rapelye, Jacob. 

Rappelyea, Jeremiah. 

Reynolds, Charles H. 

Richardson, Leonard. 

Ridley, Edward. 

Rivers, Charles H. 

Robbins, Amos. 

Robbins, Daniel C. 

Robbins, Eli. 

Robinson, Jeremiah P. 

Robinson, William Erigena. 

Rodwell, James. 

Roebling, Emily (Mrs. Washington A. Roebling). Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 9, 1883. 

Roehr, Henry Edward (Col.) 

Rome, John. 

Runcie, John T. 

Rutan, Thomas. 

Saxton, Daniel Y. 

Schenck, James. 

Scott, Rufus L. 

Seitz, Michael. 

Shearman, Thomas G. (Esq.) 

Sheldon, Henry. 

Silliman, Benjamin. 

Sizer, Nelson. 

Skinner, David Salmon. 

Skinner, Salmon (M.D.) 

Smith, Dennis E. 

Smith, Edward. 

Smith, Thomas C. 

Smith, Thomas L. 

Snedecker, Elbert. 

Speir, Robert. 

Speir, Samuel Fleet (M.D.) 

Spicer Jr., Elihu. 

Sprague, William E. 

Stearns, John M. 

Stegman, Lewis R. 

Storer, Samuel. 

Storrs, Charles. 

Storrs, Richard S. (Rev. D.D.) 

Stranahan, J.S.T. (Hon.) 

Sumner, William O. 

Suydam, Adrian M. 

Talmage, Thomas Dewitt (Rev. D.D.) 

Tanner, James. 

Tate, Augustus C. 

Taylor, James A. 

Taylor, William. 

Taylor, William R. 

Terry, Edmund. 

Thomas, W.M. 

Thompson, George L. (Hon.) 

Tracy, Benjamin F. (Hon.) 

Trask, Alanson. 

Turner, John S. 

Tuttle, Ezra B. 

Tuttle, Silvester. 

Van Buren, Robert (C.E.) 

Vanderveer, Charles. 

Vanderveer, Stephen L. 

Vining, Harrison S. 

Voorhies, John A. 

Wackerhagen, George (M.D.) 

Wall, Charles. 

Wall, Michael W. 

Wall, William (Hon.) 

Wallace, James P. 

Waring, William H. (Hon.) 

Weaver, James. 

Weidmann, Paul. 

Wells, Lindsay James. 

West, Benjamin W. 

Williams, John. 

Wischmann, Herman. 

Woodruff, Albert. 

Woodruff, Franklin. 

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RACETRACKS 

The Brooklyn Suburban Handicap. Collier's Weekly, July 2, 1896. 

The Coney Island Cup Race. Drawn by Edwin Forbes. Harper’s Weekly, July 9, 1881. 

Coney Island Jockey Club – The Great Match-Race between Tenny and Salvator for a Purse of Fifteen Thousand Dollars. The Horses Coming Down the Home Stretch. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 5, 1890. 

The Cresceus-Abbot Trotting Race, Brighton Beach, Aug. 15. The Commercial Advertiser, August 24, 1901. 

Das Pferderennen auf der Rennebahn von Sheepshead Bay am 10 Juni 1886—Troubadour, Siege vom vierten Rennen [The horse race on the racetrack of Sheepshead Bay on June 10 1886-Troubadour, victories of the fourth race]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, June 19, 1886. 

Das Suburban Handicap des Coney Island Jockey Club [The Suburban Handicap of the Coney Island Jockey Club]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, c. 1895. 

The Fall Racing Season – Characteristic Scenes on the Course of the Coney Island Jockey Club. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 15, 1888. 

The “Futurity,” Run at the Meeting of the Coney Island Jockey Club at Sheepshead Bay, August 27. Harper’s Weekly [?], undated. 

The “Futurity” at Sheepshead Bay, August 31. Harper’s Weekly, 1901 [?]. 

The Futurity at Sheepshead Bay Track, Aug. 31. The Commercial Advertiser, September 7, 1901. 

James R. Keene’s “Superman” winning the Brooklyn Handicap. Harper’s Weekly, 1907. 

July 4th Special Programme of Seven Races by the Coney Island Jockey Club [race announcement]. Harper’s Weekly, 1894. 

Opening Day at the Brooklyn Jockey Club, May 25. The Commercial Advertiser, June 1, 1901. 

Opening of the Racing Season of the Brooklyn Jockey Club, May 15th – The Brooklyn Handicap: Scene at the Finish. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 25, 1889. 

Prize-Winners in the New York Speedway Parade. Undated. 

The Race between Cresceus and the Abbot at Brighton Beach. Harper’s Weekly, c. 1895 [?]. 

Racing at Brighton Beach, Coney Island. Drawn by P. Frenzeny. Harper’s Weekly, September 30, 1882. 

The Racing Season of 1893: Scenes and Incidents at Sheepshead Bay, Morris Park, and Coney Island. Harper’s Weekly, July 27, 1893. 

Scenes at the Sheepshead Bay Racing Course. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, September 7, 1889. 

Sketches at the Suburban at Coney Island. Frank Leslie's Weekly, June 23, 1892. 

A Snap-Shot of the Crowd in Front of the Grand-Stand at the Brooklyn Handicap, Run at Gravesend, May 26. Harper’s Weekly [?], 1904 [?]. 

A Steeple-Chase on the Course at Sheepshead Bay – Taking “The Water Jump.” Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 30, 1883. 

Steeple-Chasing at the Metropolitan Race-Tracks—The “Grand National." Harper’s Weekly

The Suburban Finish. Harper’s Weekly, June 27, 1891. 

The Summer Meeting of the Coney Island Jockey Club. At Sheepshead Bay – Rejoicing of the Stable Followers over the Success of the Favorite. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 9, 1881. 

Trot on the Fashion Racecourse, L.I., May 30. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 24, 1865. 

The Trotting Season at Prospect Park Fair Grounds, L.I. – Race between “Fullerton” and “Goldsmith Maid,” Monday, June 8th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 27, 1874. 

Weighing In. Opening of the Racing Season: First Day of the Spring Meeting of the Brooklyn Jockey Club. The Illustrated American, June 2, 1894. 

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RACE RELATIONS 

A Brooklyn Episode. Puck, 1892. 

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RAILROADS 

The Brooklyn, Bath and Coney Island Railroad. 1874 [?]. 

The Eastern Power Station of the Brooklyn City Railroad Company. Scientific American, September 8, 1894. 

Opening of the Brooklyn Elevated Railway, May 13. Harper’s Weekly, May 23, 1885. 

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REAL ESTATE 

$10 Secures a $480 Lot in Greater New York. Collier's Weekly, March 15, 1902. 

If You Could Make $5,000 by Paying $6 a Month--$510. in All – Would You do It? Leslie's Weekly, February 19, 1903. 

Subway Lots Bring Millions. November 2, 1911 [?]. 

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REVIVALS 

The Distressing Failure of the Brooklyn Revival Business. Puck, March 30, 1881. 

The Fulton Street Prayer-Meeting. Harper’s Weekly, September 30, 1871. 

Messrs. Moody and Sankey, the Revivalists Conducting, Sunday, Oct. 24th, the First of a Series of Meetings at the Rink, on Clermont Avenue. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 13, 1875. 

Our Spiritual Guardians. Puck, undated. 

Praise and Exhortation Service of the Salvation Army on the Steps of the City Hall, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 19, 1882. 

The Revivalists in Brooklyn – The Crowd Before the Rink in Clermont Avenue. Harper’s Weekly, November 13, 1875. 

The Rival Revivals in Brooklyn. Puck, undated. 

Tabernacle Free Baths! Prof. Talmage, Bathing Master [German language]. Puck, 1880 [?]. 

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SANITARY FAIR 

Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, March 5, 1864. 

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864. Interior View of the Academy of Music as Seen from the Dress Circle. Lithograph of A.Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. Undated. 

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864. Lithograph of A.Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. Undated. 

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864. New England Kitchen. Lithograph of A.Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. Undated. 

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864. View of the Academy of Music. Lithograph of A.Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. Undated. 

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864, View of the Academy of Music as Seen from the Stage. Lithograph of A.Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y.] Undated. 

The New England Kitchen Spinners at the Brooklyn Sanitary Fair. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 12, 1864. 

The Opening of the Metropolitan Sanitary Fair – Bird’s-Eye View of Fourteenth Street. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 16, 1864. 

The Sanitary Fair at Brooklyn – The New England Kitchen – From a sketch by our special artist. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 12, 1864. 

"Anything for me, if you please?" -- Post Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Comission. Harper’s Weekly, March 5, 1864 

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SCHOOLS 

The Highest Point of Brooklyn Morality Reached at Last: Lowell, Whittier, and Holmes. – If Longfellow Is Found Improper, What Hope Is There for Us? Puck, undated. 

The Pratt Industrial Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Harper’s Weekly, November 19, 1887. 

The Pratt Institute. Brooklyn, New York—the Pupils at Work. Harper’s Weekly, March 21, 1891. 

Pratt Institute for Industrial Education, Brooklyn, N.Y. – The Largest Institution of the Kind in the World. Scientific American, October 6, 1888. 

Public School No. 136; Public School No. 124; Public School No 127; Public School No. 108 [see ARCHITECTURE – verso of Ansonia Clock Company]. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

WEATHER 

The “Cold Snap” in 1862—Ice in the East River. Harper’s Weekly, February 8, 1862. 

Crossing from Brooklyn to New York on the Ice. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, undated. 

Crossing the East River on the Ice Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, March 4, 1871. 

Destruction of the Marine Barracks, Brooklyn Navy-Yard, by the Cyclone of January 9th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 19, 1889. 

Ice Bridge Across the East River – Rescue of Persons on the Broken Ice. Harper’s Weekly, February 9, 1867. 

The Protracted and Fatal Heated Term In and Around New York City. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Scenes and Incidents of the Great Storm of March 12th-13th in and Around New York City. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 24, 1888. 

A Wet Day on the East River Bridge. Harper’s Weekly, November 5, 1887. 

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SOCIAL WELFARE 

An American Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent. A Scene in South Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, January 28, 1888. 

The Club-Rooms of “The Christian Union for Chinese Work” in Brooklyn—Ladies Teaching Pupils the Alphabet. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, October 6, 1883. 

An Eviction Scene at “Darby’s Patch” in Brooklyn—Attempted Expulsion of an Army of Squatters. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 8, 1883. 

The Fresh Air Charities of New York. Harper’s Weekly, c. 1894. 

The Graham Institution for Aged Females, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 24, 1870. 

Home for Destitute Children, Butler Street, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 21, 1880. 

A Longshoremen’s Retreat, Brooklyn. Undated. 

The Poor of New York City—A Hot Night on the East River Front: An Officer on Watch. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 13, 1889. 

“Waiting” – A scene in the Old Ladies’ Home, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, June 13, 1867. 

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SPORTS 

Aquatic sports – The Attempt of Miss Agnes Beckwith to Swim from Sandy Hook to Coney Island, June 30th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 14, 1883. 

The Archery Tournament, Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, July 23, 1881. 

The “Atlantic” Baseball Club of Brooklyn and the “Athletic” of Philadelphia. Harper’s Weekly, November 3, 1866. 

“Champion Nine” of the Atlantic Base-Ball Club of Brooklyn, L.I. Harper’s Weekly, November 25, 1865. 

Cricket in America – Snap-Shots of Scenes in Public Matches at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Eleventh Annual and First Union Regatta of the Brooklyn Yacht Club, Tuesday June 25 [see Churches: The Ceremony of Laying the Corner Stone of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception—two illustrations on one page]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 11, 1868. 

Extraordinary Skating – Mr. Axel Paulsen at the Washington Park Rink, Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, February 16, 1884. 

Fancy Skating at the Union Pond, Williamsburg, L.I.—Mr. Engler and Miss Bedell Executing the Backward Roll. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 9, 1867. 

Game of baseball in the Thirteenth Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, between members of the regiment – “Striker Out." Harper’s Weekly, March 8, 1890. 

Grand Match between the Athletic Base Ball Club of Philadelphia, and the Resolute Club of Brooklyn, NY, Thursday June 15th, at the Union Ground, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 1, 1865. 

An Hour in a Hand-Ball Court in Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 29, 1888. 

Madame Anderson’s Plucky Walk. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 1, 1879. 

New Ice Planer and Snow Clearer at Work at Union Pond, Brooklyn E.D., New York. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 22, 1868. 

New Quarters and Playground of the Westchester Polo Club, in Prospect Park, Brooklyn – Opening Match of the Season, June 11th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 28, 1879. 

New York – Tournament of the Association for the Protection of Game and Fish, at Coney Island. The Pigeon-Shooting – from sketches by a staff artist. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 9, 1881. 

Roller-skating at the Brooklyn Rink – Juvenile Skaters Performing “The Chase of the Butterfly.” Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 12, 1877. 

Skating Carnival in Brooklyn, February 10, 1862. Harper’s Weekly, February 22, 1862. 

Some Recent Sporting Events—The Intercollegiate Sports and the Brooklyn Handicap. Collier's Weekly, June 10, 1897. 

The Sportsmen's Tournament at Coney Island - Methods of Trapping and Transporting the Pigeons for use in the Contests. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 2, 1881 

Winter in New York: Sleighing on the New "Ocean Parkway," Brooklyn. The Pictoral World , March 10, 1877. 

Winter Quarters of Well-Known Yachts at Tebo’s Yard, Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Weekly, March 24, 1892. 

Yacht Rendezvous, Gowanus Bay, Brooklyn – Preparing for the Yachting Season. Harper’s Weekly, June 9, 1877. 

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STRIKES 

The Great Street-Railway Strike in New York and Brooklyn. The strikers and their friends building barricades on Carmine Street, New York City; The mounted police of Brooklyn escorting a gang of “scabs” and a provision-wagon to the Ninth Avenue and Nineteenth Street stables. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 9, 1889. 

The Street-Car Strike in Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The Streetcar Strike in Brooklyn—Starting the First Car. Harper’s Weekly, February 9, 1889. 

The Strike in Brooklyn. Detachment of the Forty-Seventh Regiment Marching to Fifteenth Street; Halsey Street and Broadway – The Shooting of Ahrens; Trolley-Car Used as an Ambulance [2 copies]. Undated. 

The Strike in Brooklyn – Firing at the Mob [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The Strike in Brooklyn – First Battery, Stationed at East New York; Seventh Regiment Deploying Skirmishers at Ridgewood Stables – Taking out the First Car, January 22nd. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The Strike in Brooklyn – “Keep the Windows Down!” [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The Strike in Brooklyn – [Recto: Troop A Awaiting Orders; Troop A Preparing Dinner; Cooking Meals; Troop A Going to Escort the Linemen’s Wagon; Thirteenth Regiment Pickets Trying to Keep Warm. Verso: Major William H. Kipp; Major G.G. Cochran; Captain Charles F. Roe; “The Triangle,” a Saloon Frequented by the Strikers, at Broadway and Halsey Street [2 copies]. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

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TRANSPORTATION 

An Exciting Daily Scene in New York. The Struggle of the Returning Crowd of Brooklyn Visitors. Leslie's Weekly, April 6, 1899. 

A Few Facts Concerning the Crowded Cars of the Brooklyn Anti-Fat Surface Railroad Company. Puck, 1884. 

Mechanism for Operating the Cars of the Brooklyn Bridge. Scientific American, October 13, 1883. 

Method of Working the Car-Cable of the East River Bridge. Undated. 

The Only Way For Weyler to Keep the Cuban Insurgents from Crossing his “Trocha.” He Will Have to Get Some Brooklyn Trolley Cars and Motor Men, and Keep Them Running Up and Down the Line at Full Speed. Undated. 

The Proposed East River Tunnel. Scientific American, July 1, 1899. 

Street Postal Car System - Comparted Car. Scientific American, February 29, 1896 

Train Telephony. Telephoning from Moving Cars. Scientific American, April 4, 1896. 

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UTILITIES 

The Brooklyn Waterworks Celebration. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 14, 1859. 

Excavating and Pipe Laying Apparatus in Use on the Brooklyn Aqueduct. Scientific American, January 3, 1891. 

Fire-Works at Brooklyn City Hall, on the Inauguration of the Water-Works. Harper’s Weekly, May 14, 1859. 

A Great Sewer Built by an Improved Method of Tunneling, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Scientific American, January, 1886. 

The Great Storm Sewer in Brooklyn, New York. Scientific American, January 30, 1892. 

An Impure Source of Brooklyn Water – Horsebrook and the Hempstead Reservoir. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Knowles’ Improved Compound Condensing Pumping Engines at the Brooklyn Water Works. Scientific American, April 10, 1886. 

Mount Prospect Laboratory. Scientific American Supplement, June 30, 1900. 

The New High Service Water Tower, Brooklyn, N.Y., Prospect Park Plaza. Scientific American, September 3, 1892. 

The Recent Serious Aqueduct Disaster in Brooklyn, which Threatened a Water Famine in the City. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, December 12, 1891. 

Triumphal Arch Erected in the Eastern District of the City of Brooklyn, on the Occasion of the Waterworks Celebration. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 14, 1859. 

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VETERANS 

The Battle-Scarred and Limbless Veterans of the Brooklyn Regiments, Long Island, Being Conveyed in Carriages in the Procession to Fort Greene, to Receive their Medals, Thursday Oct.25. [also a German language version]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 10, 1866. 

Issuing Christmas Dinners to the Veterans in Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Patriotic Brooklyn Children [children presenting money collected for the Labor Bureau and Emergency Fund of the Grand Army of the Republic]. Munsey’s Illustrated Weekly, October 18, 1884. 

Presentation of Medals by the Mayor and Corporation of Brooklyn, at Fort Greene, to the Veterans of the Brooklyn Regiments Engaged in the Late War, Thursday, Oct. 25th. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 10, 1866. 

Presentation of Medals in Brooklyn. Medals Presented to the Veterans of Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

Presentation of Medals to the Veterans of Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, November 10, 1866. 

Reception of the Ninetieth New York Veteran Volunteers in Brooklyn. Harper’s Weekly, March 3, 1866. 

Veterans of Brooklyn Regiment, near Fort Greene. [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, November 17, 1866. 

Veterans “Fighting their Battles over Again.” An Evening Scene at a Grand Army Post Headquarters in Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 8, 1888. 

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VIEWS 

The Age of Sky-Scrapers—Tall Buildings in the Business District of New York City. Harper’s Weekly

The Battle Pass. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Bedford Corners. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

City of New York from Brooklyn Heights. New York, D.Appleton & Co., 1872. 

The Eastern District Water Front. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Evacuation-Day – The Great Marine Parade, As Viewed from the Brooklyn Tower of the Bridge. Drawn by Charles Graham. Harper’s Weekly, December 8, 1883. 

Fire-Works at New York on the Evening of the Fourth of July, as Seen from Brooklyn Heights. Harper’s Weekly, July 16, 1859. 

Fulton Street, from the Ferry, Brooklyn N.Y. Undated. 

Guy’s Brooklyn Snow Scene. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

Harlem River at Washington Bridge. The Sun, December 13, 1914. 

Lamport & Holt Line, Brazil and River Plate Steamships, Furman Street, base of Columbia Heights. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Long Island Sound. Painted by Jas. A Suyden and engraved by S.V. Hunt. Undated. 

Looking Northwest from the Temple Bar Building, Court and Joralemon Sts. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

Lower Part of the City of New York, from the Bay. Undated. 

New York and Brooklyn from Williamsburg. Undated. 

New York Bay During the Cold Spell. Harper’s Weekly, undated. 

The New York of the Future – An Artist’s Prophetic Vision of Manhattan and Governor’s Islands, And The Brooklyn and Jersey Shores. Leslie's Weekly, 1906. 

Returning from John I’s (Snedicker). Ballou’s Pictorial, 1855. 

St. Marks Place, near Brooklyn Avenue. Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, 1893. 

Unwholesome Environs of Brooklyn. 1894. 

View from Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor – the Sunset Gun. Harper’s Weekly, May 10, 1879. 

View from Gowanus Heights, Brooklyn. Print published by Geo. Virtue. 1839. 

View from Ground Appropriated for the Clinton Monument (Greenwood Cemetery). Undated. 

View in Remsen Street. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

View of Brooklyn. Drawn & Lith by G. Hayward, 171 Pearl St., NY. 1840. 

View of Brooklyn from the Foot of Wall Street; U.S. Navy Yard; Packer Institute. Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 1857. 

View of the Bay of New York from the Battery. Designed and engraved for the New Mirror by W.J. Bennett. Undated. 

View of the City and Harbor of New York, from the Heights at Brooklyn, on Long Island. Undated. 

View of the City of Brooklyn, NY, from the Granite Quay. Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, Aug 9, 1851. 

View of the Fulton Ferry Buildings, Brooklyn, Long Island. Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, c. 1855 [?]. 

Wallabout Market. King's Views of Brooklyn, 1904. 

The World’s Greatest Seaport and its 771-Mile Waterfront. Undated. 

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WARS: REVOLUTIONARY WAR 

The Battle of Long Island: Colonel Henry “Light-Horse” Lee. The National Guard Heritage. Undated. 

The “Old Jersey” Prison Ship. Stiles, History of Kings County, 1884. 

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WILLIAMSBURG 

Distillery and Swill Cow Stables On Flushing Avenue and South Second Street. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 3, 1858. 

Fountain Situated in Eastern District of City of Brooklyn. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 14, 1859. 

Funeral of the conspirator cook in Williamsburg, Tuesday, Dec 20 – from a sketch by our own artist. 1859. 

John C. Cool’s in Williamsburg [German language]. Frank Leslie's Illustrierte Zeitung, 1859. 

Ruins of Havemeyer & Elder’s Sugar Refinery, Williamsburg. Harper’s Weekly, January 21, 1882. 

The Williamsburg Savings Bank, George B. Post, Architect. 1874. 

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