|Collection||Staten Island Geographic Collection|
Original B&W postcard, mounted on a page in photograph album X17.0003; the album contains photographs of Midland Beach, Staten Island, and is associated with Henry Johnk. View of a bus parked outside a two-story building, seen from across a street with trolley or streetcar tracks. The building has striped awnings on the second floor windows; a closed awning above the first floor windows and entrance has an inscription: "DUNLEA'S RESTAU[R]ANT." A sign mounted below a window has inscription: "HOT / FRANKFURTER / ROLL." In front of the restaurant, three men stand on the sidewalk; a man in uniform, possibly a police officer, sits on a horse at the edge of the street; and a child is walking across the street. At left, two men stand beside the parked bus; the side of the bus has painted inscription: "MACK SHOCK INSULATED BUS." There are two utility poles at the edge of the street; in the background at left, a sign mounted on a tall pole has inscription: "TROLLEY / STATION."
(Keywords: New York City, Twentieth Century)
|Print size||3.5 x 5.5|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
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