Broadway from 261 to 307

Publisher Tallis & Co. American

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Two street views of Broadway appear within a decorative frame of leaves. From left, the top image shows buildings numbered from 201 to 287, with Warren Street at left and Chambers Street at center. The lower image is numbered from 289 to 307, with Reade Street at left and Duane Street at right. On the left side, two smaller views show the S.E. corner of Chambers and Church Streets, and the S.E. corner of Park Place and Church Street. On the right side, two smaller views show the N.E. corner of Chambers and Church Streets and the S.W. corner of Chambers and Church Streets. The print centers on a larger image of the Lower Arsenal.
Companies identified on the buildings:
Top row: No. 262: J. Munn, Engraver in basement; No. 265: H. Meyer, Sewing Silk; No. 265: Goodyears patent rubber fabrics; No. 265: H. Davenport; No. 271: Bank, Shoe & Leather.
Center row left: Chambers or Church, No. 100: George W. & Jejoa; Read, Wholesale dealers in straw good, hats & caps.
Center row right: next to the Arsenal: Mssrs. Peckham & Co. Spectacle.
Center row right: Chambers or Church Street, No.99: Charles Forman & Co., Importers of Gentlemens Furnishing Straw goods; No. 99: C.B. Hatch & Co
Center row right: Chambers or Church Street, No. 104: Clark, Blake & Co., Gentlemens Furnishings.
Lower row: Read Street, no. 102: J. Coar, Carpenter & Builder; Broadway, No. 291: A. Tallis & Co., Publishers, Printers & Engravers; No. 291: Kelty & Ferguson, Window Shade Manufacturers; No. 297 1/2: Chandler, Smith & Co., Clothiers; No. 299: Till & Cook, dealers in trimmings for tailors; No. 299: Braisted & Dougherty; No. 303: McLean & Co., jobbers, buttons, twist, sewings, cords, braids; No. 305: New York Loan; No. 305: House & Co.Office; No. 305: Troy Collar Manufacturing Co.

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