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Broadway and West 57th Street, New York City, circa 1919: Hartford Tires, Fry Plugs, New York School of Automobile Engineers, Carbone, Wilson Whiskey, Henry Siegel The 14th Street Store, Silver Brand Collars. Storefronts for the Hartford Rubber Works Co.
Seventh Avenue and West 34th Street, New York City, circa 1919-1920: Donovan's School for Dancing, New York Hippodrome, Hotel and Café Moretti, plus large areas of bare billboard. Also the storefront for Schulte Cigars and Hygrade Wine Company.
Seventh Avenue and 34th Street, New York City, circa 1919-1920: Astor Theatre, Barclay's Scotch Oatmeal Stout, Café Boulevard, Carstairs Rye, Casino Theatre, Condal Water, Donovan's School for Dancing, Globe Theatre, Manhattan Opera House, Plexo Face Crea
Eighth Avenue and 58th Street, New York City, circa 1919: Fred A. Smith Company (automotive), Robert Burns Cigars, Star Tire Company, Goodrich Tires.
Fifth Avenue and East 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919-1920: Diamond Tires, Sun-Ray Ginger Ale, Zoolak, Carstairs Rye, Batavia Tires, H.L. Herbert & Company, Joscelyn Garage, Peter Doelger Beer, Burns Restaurant, Republic Theatre, Belaso Theatre, Fr
West 42nd Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway [i.e. Sixth Avenue netween 42nd Street and 43rd Street?], New York City, circa 1920: Peter Doelger Bottled Beer, Barclay's Scotch Oatmeal Stout, Carstairs Rye, Astor Theatre, Sun-Ray Ginger Ale. Also stor
Seventh Avenue and 34th Street, New York City, circa 1919: C-N Disinfectant, Donovan's School for Dancing, Hotel & Café Moretti, Zoolak, Lyric Theatre, New York Hippodrome, Chiclets, Bijou Theatre, Barclay's Scotch Oatmeal Stout, Plaza Music Hall. Also st
Broadway and Seventh Avenue at 47th Street [i.e. 46th Street?], New York City, circa 1919. Empty billboards above the Gaiety Theatre.
Madison Avenue between 59th Street and 60th Street, New York City, circa 1919: LaPlante Gray Co. (milliners), May Electrician, O'Shea's Bookstore, Tinson's Hand Laundry, Wallace B. Stone Photography, Plaza Music Hall, American Music Hall.
Corner of Fifth Avenue and W. 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919. No billboards visible.
West 42nd Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, New York City, circa 1920: Casino Theatre, Badgley's Rubber Heels. Also storefronts for Julius Aderer Dental Supplies; Drs. F.C. & J.B. Farrell, dentists; and United Cigar Store.
[Unknown address], New York City, circa 1919: Blue Label Ketchup and Soups, Pluto Water, Turkey Red Cigarettes, American Music Hall, Wanamaker's, New York Hippodrome, Empire Tires, Barclay's Scotch Oatmeal Stout.
Fith Avenue and East 42nd Street: New York Hippodrome, Benedictine Liqueur, Broadway Theatre, Casino Theatre.
West 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919-1920. Storefronts for Nat Lewis, Roger Williams Electric Heating, and Peck Bros. & Co.
In the vicinity of Fifth Avenue [?], 42nd Street, and 43rd Street, New York, circa 1918-1920: Shackleton & Ward Smart Garb (billboard partially cut off). Also storefronts for Sheldon Detective Bureau and Shelton Electric Company.
Sixth Avenue between 41st Street and 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1920: Benedictine Liqueur, King George IV Scotch, Sun-Ray Spring Water, Huyler's Chocolates, Kinemacolor Theatre, Burns Restaurant, National Biscuit Company Graham Crackers. Most billb
Madison Avenue and 59th Street, New York City, circa 1919: Plaza Music Hall, The Hippodrome, American Music Hall, Benedictine Liqueur. Also storefront of S. Cushman & Sons Bakers and Confectioners.
Eighth Avenue and Cathedral Parkway, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Adams Black Jack Gum, Live Leather Belt, Moe Levy & Sons.
125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, New York City, October 1919: Brill Brothers, O-Cedar Furniture Polish. Also storefronts for Christensen School of Popular Music, Leight Bros. Outfitting Company, Sol Young (photographer), New York Tele
Third Avenue and East 166th Street, Bronx, New York City, October 1919: O-Cedar Furniture Polish, Live Leather Belt. Also L. Oppenheimer (grocer) storefront.
125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, New York City, circa 1918: Ivory Garter, Booth Theatre ('The Masquerader'), Manhattan Opera House ('Chu Chin Chow').
Willis Avenue near 148th Street, Bronx, New York City, circa 1919: Brooklyn Shoe, Fashionette Invisible Hair Nets, Klein's Klassy Klothes (Joseph M. Klein), Loft Candy.
Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street, New York City, circa 1919-1920: Selznick Pictures, Piedmont Cigarettes, Nujol Laxative, Brill Brothers, Winter Garden Theatre.
West 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, New York City, circa 1921: Fashionette Invisible Hair Nets, Direx Film. Also storefronts of Ideal Shoe Shop, Christensen School of Rag and Jazz, Orient Movies, Leight Brothers Outfitting Company.