A list of mail stations, noting which stations are also money order offices; the stations are designated by letter for the city of Manhattan.
Listing of categories of secret societies (e.g., Druids, Sons of Liberty, Masons) and the place or lodge names, addresses, and days of the week/month of recurring meetings. Also lists national/language affiliations. Some lines contain multiple addresses as a result of
List of Manhattan art galleries, including name and intersection or exact address. Occasionally includes type of art on display (e.g., photographic). Notes free admission where applicable.
A detailed listing of the price of various real estate dealings, as well as the parties involved in each mortgage, lease, or transfer. Transactions listed in each issue of the Real Estate Record and Builders’ Guide.
Listing of members of the 1899 New York City welcoming committee for Admiral Dewey providing names, occupations, years occupations has been held, titles, and photographic portrait.
Aimee VonBokel is the Lynette S. Autrey Visiting Professor in the Humanities Research Center at Rice University. She worked as an Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow in the NYU Museum Studies Program, taught at the Murphy Institute for Labor Studies, and at
Amanda Watson is an academic librarian, specializing in reference, library instruction, faculty outreach, and collection development in the humanities. Her current research project, tentatively titled Original and Selected: Commonplace Books, Readers, and Poems in Nineteenth-Century America, is a study of the
Andrew Lee has a Ph.D. in Modern European History and, in addition to serving as Subject Librarian for History and Politics at NYU, teaches in the History Department. He is the editor of the Bulletin for Spanish & Portuguese Historical Studies,
Anelise Hanson Shrout is trained in American and Atlantic history. She received her Ph.D. in History from New York University in 2013, and is interested in encounters between North America and the wider world from the age of exploration in