Railroads - Trains; Railroads; Railroads, Elevated; Railroads - Tickets; Street-railroads; United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn
Text,"This ticket admits one person to the official last train to run on the Fulton St. Elevated Railroad Line. Annotated in ink,"Mayor La Guardia was on train. Grandma Grandpa took a strap to hang on."
Bronx County Trust Co. at E. 149th St. and Third Aves. looking south. Also shown are the Third Ave. El, on the right, and on the left, a spur of the Second Ave. El that terminated at Freeman St. A White Rock truck and a Willis Avenue trolley are...
View of passenger and arriving train on elevated platform; Chrysler and Chanin buildings visible in distance. Caption on back indicates this was the last el in the city, and was slated to be torn down.
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn; Music publishing industry; Advertising; Sheet music
Back cover of the Manhattan Beach March. Advertisement for other sheet music Sousa marches including, Hands Across the Sea, Charlatan, Bride Elect, Stars and Stripes Forever, El Captan, Directorate, King Cotton, Liberty Bell, Manhattan Beach.
Aerial view of Liebmann Breweries, Inc. that was purchased from John Eichler Breweries, Inc. in May, 1947. This Bronx auxiliary plant of Liebmann was at 169th St. & Third Ave. The Third Ave. El can be seen in the middle of the plant site.
View of festooned Borough Hall facing Third Ave. and probably taken from the Third Ave. El. The Bronx Board of Trade gave prizes every year for the best decorated building for Bronx Borough Day (June 14th). This building was originally...
Aerial view of the grounds of the New York Botanical Garden, the Bedford Park and Norwood neighborhoods. Also seen is the 52nd Police Precinct, the grounds of the Academy of Mount St. Ursula, and a Third Ave. El station at Bedford Park Blvd.
Today like yesterday the Socorro Rojo of Spain will take care of your families.
Postcard benefiting the Socorro Rojo Internacional of Spain. The back of the card reads:
Red Asturias rises up in defense of democratic freedoms
Opened in 1880, the 2nd Avenue elevated ("El") train had a stop at 34th Street. There are people walking on the sidewalks and crossing between the train lines. Carts are parked along the curbs and under the elevated tracks.