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Name Brooklyn Bridge (New York, N.Y.)

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Image of Suspension Bridge and New York City, from Brooklyn, U. S. A. - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Suspension Bridge and New York City, from Brooklyn, U. S. A. - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

3564 Suspension Bridge and New York City, from Brooklyn, U. S. A. [printed, recto]; Photographed and Published by / KILBURN BROTHERS, -- Littleton, N. H. [printed, verso]

Image of Brooklyn Water Front, North of Wall Street Ferry - Postcard Collection

Brooklyn Water Front, North of Wall Street Ferry - Postcard Collection

View of warehouses along the waterfront in the Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO. Showing piles of large bags, people working, and railroad train cars. Partial view of the Brooklyn Bridge. Brooklyn Eagle Post Card, Series 13, No. 76. Brooklyn Water Front, North of Wall Street Ferry [printed on recto] Bklyn Hghts [handwritten on verso]. Three duplicate copies.

Image of [Aerial View, Red Hook, Governor's Island and Buttermilk Channel] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

[Aerial View, Red Hook, Governor's Island and Buttermilk Channel] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Aerial view showing the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Red Hook, Cobble Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. Also showing Governors Island, lower Manhattan, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. Air view of Buttermilk Channel and the East River showing existing narrow piers to be replaced by the Port Authority in its seven-year, $85,000,000 improvement program. [printed on recto] Presented by Port of N. Y. Authority 1956 [handwritten on verso]. Long Island Historical Society [stamped on verso].

Image of [Warehouses and Penny Bridge, Intersection of Montague Street and Furman Street] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

[Warehouses and Penny Bridge, Intersection of Montague Street and Furman Street] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Elevated view overlooking the docks and warehouses near the intersection of Furman Street and Montague Street in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. View of the Penny Bridge crossing Montague Street, and railroad tracks with trains running along the docks. Signs painted on the warehouse buildings read: "N.Y.K. Line. Nippon Usen Kaisha," "Ward Line," and "N.Y. Dock Ry, connecting with ten lines." Also showing the Brooklyn Bridge, and the East River. N. Y. Dock, for C. of C. story. N.Y. Dock. Bklyn Hghts. 2A [handwritten on verso]

Image of [Construction of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Furman Street Near Joralemon Street] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

[Construction of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Furman Street Near Joralemon Street] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Elevated view from Furman Street near Joralemon Street in the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. Showing the construction of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, residential buildings, and New York Dock Company buildings. Partial view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. From Andrews & Clark - 1949, Consulting Engineers, 305 East 63rd St., New York 21. Job No. 40C-4, Negative No. 12. Date 11-15-48. Photo by J. Brunelli [stamped with handwritten additions on verso] Building the highway along Furman St [handwritten on verso]. Bklyn Hghts Edus + Espl [handwritten on verso].

Image of [Construction of Brooklyn Bridge] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

[Construction of Brooklyn Bridge] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

View of men on the Brooklyn Bridge during construction, surrounded by ropes and equipment. Some of the builders of the Brooklyn Bridge at the Brooklyn anchorage, 1878. At left center, in high hat, is Henry C. Murphy, President, Mayor of Brooklyn in 1842 [printed caption on recto]

Image of [North side of lower Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[North side of lower Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

North side of lower Fulton Street, with Brooklyn Bridge in background. #11 Fulton Street at right.

Image of [Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

Fulton Street. #11 at left. #15 Broadway Supply Co. Inc., paper products at right.

Image of [#11 Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[#11 Fulton Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

#11 Fulton Street (Sign says "For Information Industrial Dept., Bulkely & Horton Co., Est. 1890, Realtors, Offices 660 Fulton St., Brooklyn 17. NE8-5400.")

Image of [#5 Fulton Street (left).] - John D. Morrell photographs

[#5 Fulton Street (left).] - John D. Morrell photographs

#5 Fulton Street (left.) Sign on building at right says "building + lot for sale - Call A.L. Moss, UL8-0750."

Image of [Northeast corner of Fulton Street and Water Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[Northeast corner of Fulton Street and Water Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

Northeast corner of Fulton Street and Water Street. The building on the corner was a restaurant. The next one (#5 Fulton Street) is Brodson Construction Co. Builders.

Image of [Fulton Street at corner of Front Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[Fulton Street at corner of Front Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

Fulton Street at corner of Front Street. House has iron front.

Image of [Stanley's Lunch.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[Stanley's Lunch.] - John D. Morrell photographs

Stanley's Lunch, Front Street, next to "iron house" on Fulton Street.

Image of [West side of Hicks Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

[West side of Hicks Street.] - John D. Morrell photographs

West side of Hicks Street at corner of Fulton Street (right.) Bar-Restaurant. Doughty Street at left.