How two Dizzy Girls Advertised Their Charms and Political Faith.
Scene in a velocipede riding-school, New York City.
No. 232 Fifth Avenue, corner Twenty-Seventh Street, New York.
Opening of the Broadway Omnibus Racing Season of 1884.
Dizzy cigarette girls have a most hilarious time in the Lyceum Opera House, this city.
How the gilded vice of the metropolis fishes for its victims in the public streets, and innocent confidence is trapped by the fine feathers which disguise foul birds.
A vain girl makes a fireman wait until she fixes her hair preferring to risk her life rather than appear in public not “made up’; New York.
Architect John M. Merrick of New York triumphantly finishes his thirtieth canvas-back duck on the thirtieth consecutive day
Mrs. Day is accused of stealing a ring from the finger of dead Sophie Ahrens as she lay in her coffin.
New York City, -- The Steamboat Riverdale blown up, August 28th – Rescuing the passengers.
Had Miss Baker looked under the bed before making her toilet she would have postponed it.
The Post Office Department will pay the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD, each, for the capture of Joseph Killoran, Harry Russell, and Charles Allen.
An Irishman and a Yankee Settle a Dispute Across the Breakfast Table at their Boarding House in New York.
A New Attraction to the Ball Room Invented by a New York Genius for the Benefit of Bashful Men and Ugly Women.
A Famous London Music Hall male impersonator who is now delighting large audiences at Tony Pastor’s.
The original and daring aerial representation by Thomas Hanlon, now performed by him every evening at Niblo's Garden.
Superintendent Walling makes a raid on a Sixth Avenue opium den and gathers in a motley crowd of smokers.
While New York is by no means the hottest city in the country, there have been a few days during the present season when the temperature reached a height altogether incompatible with human comfort.
Too, too, utterly utter! Remarkable effect of the appearance of Oscar Wilde, the apostle of Aestheticism, on the streets of New York City.
A scene from feal life in a sixth avenue smoking car—giddy girls who believe in taking a “whiff of the weed” in public as well as in priv
There is a class of publications whose lives depend upon their successful appeal to vicious instincts.
Two of the charming girls who pose as "living pictures" in Rice's "1492" have a wordy war, which ends in a hand-to-hand conflict.
Mdlle. Carlotta de Berg, at the New York Circus, Fourteenth Street.
Winter sports in the metropolis—a skating scene in Central Park.
The conmen of New York City were noted for their colorful nicknames: "Paper Collar Joe", "Grand Central Pete" Jimmy "the Kid" and the greatest of all "Hungry Joe".