Auburndale (New York, N.Y.) | Borough President of Queens
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    Date: June 6, 1944
    Subject: Roads
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12542
    Description: View of Northern Boulevard at 192nd Street. A bus stop can be seen near the corner.
    Date: October 6, 1938
    Subject: Dwellings | Automobiles
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12437
    Description: View of 35th Avenue, looking west, near 168th Street. An automobile is parked on the street.
    Date: October 6, 1938
    Subject: Dwellings | Automobiles
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12508
    Description: View of 35th Avenue, looking west, near 191st Street. Automobiles are parked on the street. The houses on the right are under construction.
    Date: 1930
    Subject: Dwellings | Snow
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12513
    Description: View looking south west from 192nd Streeet to Crocheron Avenue. Snow can be seen on the ground.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Subject: Streets
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12469
    Description: View looking south on 192nd Street. The Auburndale train station can be seen on the right, in the distance. The structure in the center is a walkway, crossing over the train tracks.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Subject: Streets
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12439
    Description: View looking south east on 192nd Street.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12451
    Description: Sewer project near the Audurndale Railroad Station. The new sewer went from 46th Avenue up 166th Street to 43rd Avenue, them over to 171st Street, then up to Station Street, and over to 192nd Street.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12487
    Description: Sewer project near the Audurndale Railroad Station. The new sewer went from 46th Avenue up 166th Street to 43rd Avenue, them over to 171st Street, then up to Station Street, and over to 192nd Street.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12446
    Description: Sewer project near the Audurndale Railroad Station. The new sewer went from 46th Avenue up 166th Street to 43rd Avenue, them over to 171st Street, then up to Station Street, and over to 192nd Street.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12507
    Description: An empty field near 192nd Street. Houses can be seen in the distance.
    Date: October 19, 1922
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12518
    Description: An empty field, looking toward the Long Island Railroad tracks, near 192nd Street.
    Date: April 17, 1950
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12499
    Description: View looking west along Station Road. Scranton and Leigh Coal Company can be seen in the distance. The houses on the left are under consruction.
    Date: April 17, 1950
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12512
    Description: View looking west along Station Road. Scranton and Leigh Coal Company can be seen in the distance. The houses on the left are under consruction.
    Date: April 17, 1950
    Subject: Roads
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:12426
    Description: View looking east along Station Road. A man on the right is working on the road.
    Date: October 13, 1938
    Subject: Roads | Billboards
    Type: black and white print; digital images
    Identifier: aql:13552
    Description: View looking south along Francis Lewis Boulevard, formerly Cross Island Boulevard, from 27th Avenue.