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

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Image of [Borough Hall Tower fire] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

[Borough Hall Tower fire] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

Crowd looking on while fire fighters work to control Borough Hall Tower fire; 57 neg made 2/ [?] [written in ink on glass on recto]

Image of Fulton Street above Flatbush Avenue - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

Fulton Street above Flatbush Avenue - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

View of Fulton Street with horse-drawn streetcar and carriages, underneath the elevated train, above Flatbush Avenue; A. V. MARTENSE, AMATEUR. [stamped in black ink on label on recto]; 2 [written in ink on label on recto]

Image of [Bonfire on Fulton Street, melts piles of snow after the blizzard] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

[Bonfire on Fulton Street, melts piles of snow after the blizzard] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

Bonfire on Fulton Street, underneath the elevated train, melts piles of snow that has been cleared after the blizzard, as horse-drawn carriage travels past; A. V. MARTENSE, AMATEUR. [stamped in black ink on label on recto]; 11 NEG. MADE 2/76 [written in ink on label on recto]

Image of [Men waiting for train at Adams Street and Willoughby Street] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

[Men waiting for train at Adams Street and Willoughby Street] - Adrian Vanderveer Martense collection

Street car and horse-drawn carriage at Adams Street and Willoughby Street under the elevated train, with men standing on the sidewalk; A. V. MARTENSE, AMATEUR. [stamped in black ink on label on recto]; 12 [written in ink on label on recto]

Image of Post Office Scene - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Post Office Scene - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Interior view of a postal sorting facility in Brooklyn--possibly the back interior annex of the downtown Brooklyn Post Office. Showing male workers in a large, open space with hanging lamps, wooden tables, and rolling, cloth mail bins. Post Office scene 2/14/26 [handwritten on verso]

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 [Court Chambers, Municipal Building, and Boro Hall] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

[Court Chambers, Municipal Building, and Boro Hall] - Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection

Aerial view of Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, and Lower Manhattan. Part of a magazine advertisement for Court Chambers apartment building, located at 66 Court Street.

Image of [Aerial View, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y.] - Doris R. Cain collection of Brooklyn waterfront improvement photographs

[Aerial View, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y.] - Doris R. Cain collection of Brooklyn waterfront improvement photographs

Aerial view of the neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn, as well as the piers, ships and buildings along the Brooklyn waterfront. Partial view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River. Close-up showing Fulton Terminal area with narrow, obsolete piers, narrow slips and Civil War era warehouses. Narrow piers and slips contribute to present high cargo handling costs and delay in vessel turn-arounds [printed on recto].

Image of [Namm Store interior] - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

[Namm Store interior] - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

A. I. Namm & Son Department Store, located at 450 - 458 Fulton Street.

Image of [Namm Store linens department, 1898] - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

[Namm Store linens department, 1898] - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Embroidered Linens Dept., Namm Store (Mr. Samuel Weil in front) Interior of A. I. Namm & Son Department Store, located at 450 - 458 Fulton Street

Image of U. S. Court House, Brooklyn - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

U. S. Court House, Brooklyn - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

STANDARD SERIES. AMERICAN SCENERY [printed on mount, recto]; U. S. Court House, Brooklyn. [printed on image]; 8.13.83 / Negative 1979 [handwritten, verso]

Image of [259-269 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[259-269 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

259 - 269 Washington Street, on the east side of Washington Street and north of Tillary Street.

Image of [257-263 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[257-263 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Washington Street, south of Concord Street. At 257 Washington Street is a Post Office garage; also visible are 259 - 263 Washington Street.

Image of [211 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[211 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Washington Street, south of Concord Street. Shows the side of 38 Concord Street, and the front of 211 Washington Street.

Image of [201-205 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[201-205 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Washington Street, north of Concord Street. Shows 201 - 205 Washington Street and 47 - 55 Concord Street.

Image of [183-189 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[183-189 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Washington Street, north of Concord Street. Shows 183 - 189 Washington Street. 189 Washington Street is the former house of A. A. Low, and 187 Washington Street was Alex. M. White's. Both moved to Pierrepont Place and built adjoining houses there.

Image of [161-179 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[161-179 Washington Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Washington Street, North of Nassau Street. Shows 161 - 179 Washington Street and the 179th Police Precinct.

Image of [179, 185-195 Adams Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[179, 185-195 Adams Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Adams Street, south of Nassau Street. Shows 179, 185 - 195 Adams Street.

Image of [209-255 Adams Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[209-255 Adams Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

East side of Adams Street, between Concord Street and Tillary Street. Shows 209 - 225 Adams Street.

Image of [North side of Tillary Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

[North side of Tillary Street] - Edna Huntington papers and photographs

North side of Tillary Street, between Adams and Pearl Streets.