Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)

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Authors: Mabel Dwight
Date: 1937-1942
Type: Lithograph
Identifier: aql:27591
Description: Elaborate clubhouse for the Colonial Dames of America. The building is located on 421 East 61st in Manhattan, and now houses the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden.
Date: 1937-1942
Subject: People | Snow
Type: Aquatint etching
Identifier: aql:27563
Description: View of Columbus Circle in Manhattan. Peole are walking through severe snow and wind. A billboard for General Motors can be seen in the background.
Authors: Charles E. Pont
Date: 1937-1942
Subject: Markets
Type: Woodcut
Identifier: aql:27596
Description: View of a fish market at Pecks Slip and Front Street in lower Manhattan. Vendors, merchants, and horsedrawn cards stand in front of various fish stores.
Authors: Fuji Nakamizo
Date: 1937-1942
Subject: Geese | Trees | Buildings
Type: Etching
Identifier: aql:27536
Description: Landscape of Central Park with geese flying over a bridge.
Authors: Mabel Dwight
Date: 1936
Subject: Marionettes
Type: Lithograph
Identifier: aql:27560
Description: An audience containing a diverse crowd watches a marionette performance.
Date: 1936
Type: Lithograph
Identifier: aql:27592
Description: Construction workers and equipment, working next to elevated train tracks. Lower Manhattan skyline is visible in the distance.
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