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Date: June 22, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13222
Description: View looking west along Astoria Boulevard, from 108th Street. The boulevard was extensively improved for the 1939-40 World's Fair. A billboard for Ballantine's Ale and Beer can be seen on the left.
Date: May 19, 1939
Subject: Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:5931
Description: View looking east along Amstel Boulevard (now Beach Channel Drive) at Beach 63rd Street. Billboards for Chevrolet, Singer-Kelly Coal, Fireworks and Ethyl Gasoline can be seen along the road.
Date: May 19, 1938
Subject: Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:5943
Description: View looking west along Amstel Boulevard, now Beach Channel Drive, from Beach 58th Street. Billboards can be seen in the distance. Men stand along the road.
Date: November 18, 1953
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13523
Description: View looking north along 161st Street, from 46th Avenue. A billboard for Trek Anti-freeze stands on the right.
Date: May 17, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13448
Description: View looking south along Kissena Boulevard, from 71st Road. A billboard for Stuart Brooks Red Cross Shoes can be seen on the right.
Date: May 17, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13462
Description: View looking south along Kissena Boulevard, from Horace Harding Expressway. A Gulf station stands on the left and a billboard for Ruppert Beer Ale can be seen on the right.
Date: May 17, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13472
Description: View looking south along Kissena Boulevard, from 70th Road. Billboards, including those for Ballantine's Ale & Beer, Stuart Brooks Red Cross Shoes and Lawart Homes can be seen.
Date: May 15, 1951
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13547
Description: view looking west on 71st Avenue, from Kissena Boulevard. A billboard for Mobileoil stands on the side of the road.
Date: December 15, 1937
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13112
Description: View looking south Woodhaven Boulevard, toward the Long Island Rail Road bridge. Billboards advertising newly built homes can be seen on both sides of the road.
Date: October 13, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; black and white negative; digital images
Identifier: aql:13500
Description: View looking north along Francis Lewis Boulevard, formerly Cross Island Boulevard, from 27th Avenue. A billboard advertising Paragon Oil Burners, and Independence Homes, stands on the right.
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.
Date: October 13, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; black and white negative; digital images
Identifier: aql:13571
Description: View looking south along Francis Lewis Boulevard, formerly Cross Island Boulevard, from 26th Avenue. A billboard advertising Paragon Oil Burners, and Independence Homes, stands in the distance.
Date: October 13, 1938
Subject: Roads | Billboards
Type: black and white print; black and white negative; digital images
Identifier: aql:13585
Description: View looking north along Francis Lewis Boulevard, formerly Cross Island Boulevard, from 30th Avenue. A billboard advertising Paragon Oil Burners, and Independence Homes, stands on the right.
Date: September 12, 1935
Type: black and white print; digital images
Identifier: aql:13260
Description: View looking west along Queens Boulevard, at the railroad overpass near 73rd Street. A billboard for Vernon Lumber Co. can be seen on the far right, and one for Migrant Bank can be seen in the distanc ... More