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Post Office, New York City
"The General Post Office, located at the intersection of Broadway and Park Row is one of the finest granite buildings in the world. It has 47 branches, 251 sub-stations and there are 38 other post Offices with 76 branches with a total of 410 sub-stations for the entire city. The General Post Office also contains the offices of the U.S. District and Circuit Courts."
Published by The American Art Publising Co., New York City
Mailed on October 29, 1919



Fifth Avenue, New York City
Published by Souvenir Post Card Co., New York and Berlin
Mailed on October 12, 1906












Fire Engine Co,. New York City
Publisher Unknown
Mailed on February 26, 1909




Fire Engine in Action, New York City
Published by The Leighton & Valentine Co., N.Y. City
Mailed on July 8, 1911









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