New York City Guide: A Comprehensive Guide to the Five Boroughs of the Metropolis: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Richmond

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INDEX TO NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1939
Academy of Sport, 646
Admission price of Fair, 627
Airplanes, 639
Alpine Village, 648
Amateis, Edmond, 633
American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Building, 641
American Telephone and Telegraph Building, 640
Amusement Zone, 629, 646-648
Antheil, George, 640
Appleseed, Johnny, 633
Aquacade, 647
Arens, Egmont, 643
Argentine Pavilion, 634
Art exhibits, 635, 640, 642
Astronomical Observatory, 644
Aurora Borealis, 644
Avenue of Patriots, 630, 640
Avenue of Pioneers, 630
Avenue of Transportation, 639
Aviary, 636
Aviation Building, 639
Axley, Martha, 645
Ballets, 647
Barger, Raymond, 646
Barnum's Museum, 648
Baseball scoreboard, 646
Beach, Chester, 639
Beck, Dunbar, 645
Belgian Congo Exhibit, 635
Belgian Pavilion, 634, 635
Billings, Henry, 638
Board of Design, 630
Borden Company Building, 646
Bouche, Louis, 643
Bourdelle, Pierre, 646
Bowling Green, 630, 643
Bradford, Francis Scott, 645.
Brazilian Pavilion, 634, 636
Brindesi, Olympio, 638
British Pavilion, 636
Brodie, Steve, 648
Brooklyn Bridge, 648
Buckner, Strap, 633
Bunyan, Paul, 633
Business Systems and Insurance Buildings, 645
Camden, Harry Poole, 634, 635
Canada, 634
Carillon Tower, 635
Carr, J. Gordon, 639
Carrier Corporation Building, 644
Cecere, Gaetano, 642
Century of Progress Exhibition, 628, 629
Chambellan, Rene, 639
Chemical Exhibit, 644
Chemical laboratory, 644
Cheney, Howard L., 634
Cheshire Cheese Inn, 647
Children's World, 647
Chile, 634
Christian Science Building, 641
Chronicle of Time, 644
Chrysler Building, 638
Chuck Connors Saloon, 648
Ciampaglia, Carlo, 646
City of Light, 644
Clarke, Gilmore D., 630
Color scheme of Fair, 630
Communications Building, 640
Communications Zone, 629, 640
Community Interests Zone, 629, 641-643
Consolidated Edison Building, 644
Constitution Mall, 630, 633, 634, 641, 646
Consumers Building, 633, 643, 645
Contemporary Arts Building, 641, 642
Continental Baking Building, 646
Corona Gates, 639
Court of Communications, 641
Court of Peace, 630, 634
Court of Power, 630, 645
Court of Railways, 639
Court of Ships, 639
Court of Sport, 646
Court of States, 634, 637, 638
Covey, Arthur, 642
Czechoslovakia, 634
Daily Program (newspaper), 627
Davis, Stuart, 640
De Francisci, Anthony, 638
Delano, William A., 630
Democracity, 629, 632
Demonstration homes, 642
Dempsey, Jack, 646
De Rivera, José Ruiz, 645
Derujinsky, Gleb, 639
Deskey, Donald, 640
Domestic Utilities Building, 642
Downer, Jay, 630
Dreyfuss, Henry, 632
Du Pont Building, 644
Durenceau, Andre, 645
Eastern Presidents Conference, 639
Eighth Avenue (Independent) Subway Station, 648
Electric Farm Group Building, 641

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New York City Guide: A Comprehensive Guide to the Five Boroughs of the Metropolis: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Richmond
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Editorial Staff of the New York City Guide vi
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations and Maps xi
  • Plan of the Guide xix
  • General Information 3
  • Annual Events 42
  • Manhattan 47
  • Manhattan 49
  • Lower Manhattan 57
  • Middle West Side 144
  • Middle and Upper East Side 182
  • The Harlems 253
  • Upper West Side and Northern Manhattan 271
  • Major Points of Interest 307
  • The Harbor, the Rivers, and Their Islands 408
  • The Harbor and Its Islands 409
  • The Rivers and the River Islands 418
  • Brooklyn 429
  • Brooklyn 431
  • Downtown Brooklyn 440
  • North Brooklyn 455
  • West Brooklyn 463
  • Middle Brooklyn 476
  • East Brooklyn 496
  • The Bronx 507
  • The Bronx 509
  • West Bronx 517
  • Middle Bronx 529
  • East Bronx 542
  • Queens 553
  • Queens 555
  • North Queens 562
  • Middle Queens 574
  • South Queens 587
  • Richmond 595
  • Richmond 597
  • East and South Richmond 603
  • North and West Richmond 617
  • New York World's Fair 1939 625
  • New York World's Fair 1939 627
  • Books About New York 649
  • Index 661
  • Index to New York World's Fair 1939 705
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