Broad-Way, New York

Various artists/makers

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A view looking south on Broadway from south of City Hall Park. At right is Astor House, or the Park Hotel, built in 1834, next to it St. Paul's Chapel and, in the distance, the spire of Trinity Church. A sign south of St. Paul's Chapel sign advertizes the daguerreotype studio of Mathew B. Brady (at the corner of Broadway and Fulton Street). On the left is Barnum's Museum at Broadway and Ann Street (a site that it occupied from 1830 to 1865).

Broad-Way, New York, Isidore-Laurent Deroy (French, Paris 1797–1886 Paris), Lithograph

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