Clippings; Street cleaning; Quinn, Patrick H., 1852-1926
New York World article on Street Cleaning Deputy Commissioner Patrick H. Quinn issuing orders concerning obstructions by vehicles. Owners who disregard "the ordinance will find their vehicles in the city's possession."
Now the busiest crossing in New York and a great hotel center. The tower is the old Broadway Tabernacle where the much beloved Dr. Taylor preached until his death. The site was later occupied by the Hotel McAlpin.
Street Scenes; Transportation; Organizations; Colleges & Universities; Schools; Traffic
Vehicles are shown along Fordham Rd. near the Kingsbridge Rd. area. View is facing east toward Webster Ave. Fordham Univ. and the New York Botanical Garden are in the distance on the left; and the cupola of Theodore Roosevelt H.S. can be seen on...
Plan of new Kindermann warehouse, at 1360 Webster Ave. near 170th St., by architect George S. Kingsley and drawn by J. Brioden. The company repaired and stored vehicles; packed and shipped household items, furniture and art.
The Coliseum, erected in 1926 for the Philadelphia Sesqui-Centennial Exposition,
before being removed and shipped to the Bronx in 1928 for reassembly. The frame of the structure was on the former site of an amusement park called Starlight Park on...