Broadway from 309 to 347

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 309 to 329 1/2, with the City Hospital behind a park at center. The lower image is numbered from 329 1/2 to 349, with Worth Street and Leonard Street breaking through the facades. At left, two smaller views show numbers 33 to 27 and 76 to 82. At right, two smaller views show numbers 49 to 43, and 94 to 100. The print centers on a larger central image of the City Prison.
Companies identified on the buildings:
Top row: No. 308: Ruckoldt; No. 311: J. H. Boyd, merchant tailor; No. 311: St. John, Raymond & Co.; No. 313: John T. Henry, draper & tailor; No. 315: Thompsons, Daguerreotype Materials and Gallery; No. 315: T. R. Tilley; No. 321: Putnam Singers Sewing Machines; No. 321:Ivison & Phinney, Booksellers & Publishers; No. 325: I. N. Brown & Co.
Center row left: Chambers of Chatham Street, No. 82: C. & J. Davis, Umbrella & Parasol Manufactory.
Bottom row: No. 329 1/2: Jellison & Co., Mens Furnishing Store; No. 331: Fraser & Son, Painters & Showcard Writers; No. 333: W. Heylin, Gimps, Cords & Tassels; No. 341: Mexican Mustang Linament; No. 343: Douglas & Sherwood, Skirt manufacturers; No. 343: G.W. Westbrook.

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