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1893.
TIMM, HENRY, 6 3d. L. I. H.,

1880.
TIMM, SIMON H., 6 3d. L. I. H.,

1885.
TINKER, CHAS. A., 124 W. 121st, 8

to 11, 6 to 8 Hom., 1879.
TINKER, HORACE H., (H.), 1257

Washington av., 8 to 11, 6 to 8.

Horn., 1875.
TIRRELL, MARTIN LEWIS, 130

E. I27th, 8 to 10, 5 to 8. Univ.,

1893.
TOAL, DAVID D., 151 Ave. B, 8 to 9,

11 to 1, 6 to 8.30. Univ., 1867.
TOBIAS, GEORGE W., 22 W. 134th,

8 to 10, 6 to 8. Bell., 1877.

TOEPLITZ, MAX, 123 E. 62d, 8 to 12,
5.30 to 6.30; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Freiburg, Germany, 1883.

TOMS, ROBERT A., 40 E. 41st, 9 to 11,

5 to 7. Eel., 1896.

TOWER, JAMES EMMET," 409 Lex-
ington av., 9 to 11, 5 to 7. Univ.,

1892.
TOWNSEND, CHARLES WARD,

(H.). 67 W. 46th, 8 to 9, 1 to 2, 4 to

5. Horn., 1893.
TOWNSEND, IRVING, (H.), 67 W.

46th, 10 to 13, 5.30 to 6.30 Horn.,

1887.
TOWNSEND, KATHARINE G., 354

W. 12;3d, until 11, 1 to 2, 6 to 7.

M. C. W., 1891.
TOWNSEND, RICHARD E., 786

Lexington av., 10 to 12. Horn.,

1882.
TOW^NSHEND, ARTHUR B., 12 W.

33d. Starling. Ohio, 1880.
TRACY, ROGER SHERMAN, 74

W. 46th, 5 to 6. Coll. P. & S.,

1868.
TRAUB, J. E., 363W. 42d. CoU. P.

6 S., 1886.

TRAUTMAN, ALEX., 12 W. 22d, 9

to II, 6 to 8; Sundays, 11 to 1.

Univ., 1877.
TRAVIS, ALEXANDER H., 130 W.

82d, until 10.30, 12.30 to 1.30. 5.30 to

7.30 Coll. P. & 8., 18S7.



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CLXXin



TRAVIS, ELMA ALLEN, 33 W.
lUth, 10 to 2. Univ. Mich., 1883.

TREN, SISKIND. 52 Eldridge, 8 to
9, 1 to ;J, 6 to 8. Bell., 1881.

TRENWITH, WALTER DAY, 145
- W. 98th^ 9 to 11, 5 to 6.30 ; Sun-
davs. 9 to 11, 3 to 3. Coll. P. &
• S.,1895.

TRESKOW, HANS, 497 Sixth av., 10
to 13, 3 to 5. Univ., 1883.

TRIMBLE, WILLIAM B., 51 E.

35th, 9 to 11, 5 to 7. Univ., 1891,
TRIPP, WILLIAM J., 356 Lenox

av. Ecl.,188L
TRUAX, JOHN G., 17 E. 137th, 9 to

11, 6 to 7.30. Rush, 1871.
TUCKER, ALFRED B., 337 W. 33d.

L. LH.,1887.
TULL, EDWARD E., 119 W. 80th,

13 to 3. Univ., Md., 1887.
TURNBULL, WILLIS A., 853 W.

56th, 11.30 to L 4 to 6, 7 to 8, Coll.

P. & S., 1890.
TURNER, EDWARD P., 30 State,

8.30 to 10.30, 1 to 3, and evenings.

L. I. H., 1883.
TUTTLE, EDWARD GERRY,

(H.), 61 W. 51st, 9 to 11, 5.30 to

6.30. Horn., 1889.
TUTTLE, GEORGE A., 336 W,

44th, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Coll.

P. & S., 1886.
TUTTLE, WILLIAM L., 120 W.

136th, until 10, 1 to 3, 6.30 to 7.30.

Eel., Cin., Ohio, 1866.
TYTLER. GEORGE E. (H.), 113

W. 136th. until 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8.

Horn., 1873.
ULFELDER, SIDNEY, 335 E.

65th, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Coll. P. & S.,

1896.
VAILLANT, GEORGE. 405 Lex-
ington av., 8 to 10, 2 to 3, 7 to 8.

Eel., 1880.
VANCE, A. D., 36 Washington sq.

W. 8 to 9, 7 to 8. L. I. H., 1894.
VAN DER-SMISSEN, GILBERT

JULIUS, German Hosp. Coll.

P. & S., 1895.
VAN GIESON, IRA, 437 W, 59th.

Coll. P. & S., 1885.
VAN KEUREN, CORNELIUS, 54

Jane, 9 to 11, 6 to 8. Coll. P. & S.,

1874.



VAN NESS, C. OLIVE, 18 Piatt,
W. M. C, St. Louis, 1893.

VAN SCHAICK, GEORGE GRAY,
33 W. 37th, 9 to 11, 6 to 7. Coll.
P. & S., 1884.

VAN VRANKEN, GILBERT, 355
W. 38th. Univ., 1893.

VAN VREDENBURGH, WM. T.,
346 Broadway. Coll. P. & S.,
1881.

VARCOE, WILLIAM FRANCIS,
358 W. 33d, 8 to 10, 13 to 3, 6 to 8.
Univ., 1891.

VARIAN, WILLIAM A., Kings-
bridge. Univ., 1845.

VEHSLAGE, SAMUEL H., (H.),
117 W. 43d, 10 to 13, 6.30 to 8.
Horn., 1879.

VERMILYE, WILLIAM H., 310 W.
133d, 5 to 7.30. Coll. P. & S., 1871.

VERNON, HARWOOD, 70 W. 46th.
Univ. Vt., 1895.

VER NOOY, CHARLES, (H.),
148 W. 64th, 11 to 13, 6 to 7 ; Sun-
days, 9 to 10. Horn., 1888.

VINCENT, LUDGER C, 110 E. 36tl.,
10 to 3, 7 to 8. Univ., 1877.

VOELKER, ANTHONY, 386 Hud-
son, 3 to 7. Univ., 1868.

VONDERGOLTZ, ERIC (H.), 324
E. 15th, 11 to 1, 6 to 8. Univ., Basle
1887.

VON DONHOFF, EDWARD, 83

Christopher, 10 to 13, 6 to 8.

Louisville, 1870. Vienna, 1876.

; VOORHEES. JAMES DITMARS,

Sloane Maternity Hosp. Coll. P.

i & S., 1893.

I WAFCHTER, CHARLES E., 330
I E. 10th, 8 to 9, 2 to 3, 6 to 7. Bell.,

, WAGNER, EDWARD, 331 Second
! av , 8 to 10, 3 to 3, 6 to 8. Coll. P.
! & S., 1891.

i WAIT, PHOEBE J. B. (H.), Ninth

av. & 34th, until 11, 6 to 7.30. M.

C. W., 1871.

WAITZFELDER, EDWARD, 309

W. 33d, 8 to 10, 6 to 7. Univ., 1873.

WAKEFIED, ALICE E.,65 W. 70th,

9 to 11. W. M. C, 1888.
WALD, HENRY, 333 E. 4th, 8 to 9, 1

to 3, 6 to 7. Vienna, 1873.
WALKER, CHARLES H., 106 W.
64th, 9 to 11, 4 to 6. Univ., 1893.



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REGISTER OF PHYSICIANS.



WALKER, D. ERNEST, 219 W. 43d,
11.30 to 1, 6 to 7.30. Univ., 1885.

WALKER, LORIN A., 443 E. 84th,

8 to 10, 5 to 6. Univ., 1883.

WALKER, LEROY POPE, 35 E.

24tLi. Coll. P. & S., 1878.

WALKER, WM. A., 57 W. 93d, 8 to
10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Rush, Chicago,

1882.

WALLACE, JOSEPH G., 7 W. 82d,
12 to 2, 5 to 7. Bell., 1877,

WALLIN, MATHILDA K., 78 Park
av., 9.30 to 11. W. M. C, 1893.

WALTER, CHAS. FREDERICK,
218 E. 16th, 4 to 6. Bell, 1885.

WALTHER, JOHN AUGUSTUS,
163 Lenox av., until 10, 1 to 2, 7 to
8. Coll. P. & S., 1876.

WARD, O. J., 164 W. 94th, 9 to 10, 7
to 8; 272 E. Broadway, 1 to 3, ex-
cept Sundays. Univ., 186.5.

WARD, UNION S., 1808 Lexington
av., until 10, 1 to 3, 7 to 8. Bell.,
1888.

WARE, EDWARD JAMES, 121
W. 93d, until 10.30, 5.30 to 6.30.
Coll. P. & S., 1885.

WARNER, HOMER H., 148 W, 45th,

9 to 11, 6 to 8. Univ., Vt., 1859.
WARNER, HORACE S., 220 Broad-
way, 11 to 4. Coll. P. & S., 1884.

WARNER, L. FRANK, 139 \V. 21st,

11 to 12, 5 to 7. Coll. P. & S., 1889.
WASHBURN, U. Le ROY, 46 W.

128th, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Bell.,

1890.
WATERMAN, JAMES SEARS, 49

W. 39th, Mondays and Thurs-
days, 4 to 5 p. M. Coll. P. & S.,

1889.
WATERMAN, OSCAR M., 74 W.

85th, 10 to 11, 7 to 8. Leipzig, 1882.
WATERS, JOHN SHERREOF, 145

W. 76th, 9 to 12. Coll. P. & S.,

1896.
WATSON, HENRY B., 259 W. 11th,

9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Univ., 1888.
WATTS, ROBERT, Jr., 45 W. 36th,

until 9.30, 5 to 7. Coll. P. & S.,

1893.
WEBB, Z. SWIFT, 321 W. 30th, 8 to

11, 1 to 2, 15 to 7. Coll. P. & S.,

1848.



WEBER, HERMAN W., 2082 Am-
sterdam av., until 10, 6 to 7.
Univ., 1887.

WEBER, JOHN G., 74 Rivington, 3
to 3, 6 to 7. Jena, 1865.

WEBER, WTVI. EDMUND, 138 W.
133d, 8 to 9, 12 to 2, 6 to 7.30. Coll.

P. & S., 1894.

WEED, ALBERT G., 63 W. 35th, 11
to 1, 6 to 6.30. Univ., 1890.

WEEKS, C. L., 136 W. 16th. Bell.,

1891.
WEIHER, CHARLES LAW-
RENCE, 177 E. rsth, 8 to 9.30, 1 to

2.30, 6 to 7.30; Sundays until 10.

Bell., 1885.
WEIL, M. LOUIS, 115 E. 82d, 8 to

9.30, 1 to 2, 5 to 7. Bell., 1889.
WEINSTEI ^', HARRIS. 226 Henry,

9,30 to 10.30, 5 to 7 ; 166 E. 61st, 8 to

9, 2 to 3, 9. Univ., 1891.
WElNSTtIN, ISAAC, 175 Henry,

8 to 10, 4 to 6 ; Sundays. 8 to 10, 2

to 3. Central Univ., 1895.
WEISMANN, FRANCIS H., 64 St.

Mark's pi., until 9.30, 3 to 4, 7 to 8.

Coll. P, & S., 1868.
WEISS, EDWARD U., 12i E. 112th,

8 to 9, 1 to 2, 7 to 8. Univ., 1882.
WEISS, JULIUS, 329 W. 28th, 9 to

11, 5 to 7. Univ,, 1881.
WEISS, MAX, 165 E. 103d, 8 to 10, 1

to 2, 5 to 7. Univ., 1896.
WEISS, SIDONIA, 62 E. 3d, 1 to 3,

6 to 8. W. M. C.,1894.
WEISSBERGER, CHARLES H.

744 E. 6th, 8 to 10, 2 to 3, 6 to 8.

Univ., 18X5.
WELCH, FOLLANSBEE, G. (H.),

54 W. 55th, until 1 30, after 4.30.

Horn., 1873.
WELD, GEORGE WILLIAM, 13

W. 26th. Coll. P. & S., 1884.
WELKER, FRANKLIN, 320 W.

14.5th, until 10, 12 to 3, 7 to 8.

Univ. Pa , 1894.
WELLS. EDWARD H., 141 E. 89th,

8 to 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 8. Bell., 1895.
WELLS, GEORGE WILLIAM, 66

Bn^adway, 11 to 3 ; St. Paul

Building, 9.30 to 11, 3 to 4.30.

Bell., 1868.
WELTNER, BELA, 1017 Lexington

av., 8 to 10. 5.30 to 7. Univ., 1889.



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CLXXV



WENNER, GEORGE, 352 W. 40th, WILDES, THOMAS, 610 Lexington
8 to 9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7. Coll. P. & S., ' av., 10 to 2, 6.30 to 7.30. Horn.,
1S86. 1876.



WEST, EDWIN (H.), 1.5.5 W. 12tb, 8
to 10, 1.30 to 3, 6 to 7.30. Univ.,
1849. I

WEST, MARY S., 116 E. 22d, 10 to
12, 6.30 to 7.30. W. M. C. 1879.

WETMORE, HOWARD GRAHAM,
57 W, lOth, until 11, 3 to 4, 7 to 8.
Coll. P. & S., 1S79.

WETMORE, JOHN McE. (H.), 41 E.
29th, until 11.30 a.m. Coll. P. &
S., 1855.

WETTENGEL, EMIL, 1-54 E. 34th,

8 to 10, 6 to 7. Univ., 1866. j

WEYLAND. LOUIS, 303E, 118th,8 to
9, 2 to 3, 7 to 8. Univ. Giessen, 1869. i

WHEELER, JOHN H., 319 W. 54th, \

9 to 12, and by appointment. L. i

1. H.. 1879. ;
WHITE, A. LEONORA (H.), 151 W. ]

46th, 10 to 12. Horn., 1888. 1

WHITE, RICHARD H., 120 W.48th, '

10 to 12, 5 to 7. Toronto, 1891.
WHITE, WHITMAN V., 114 E. &5th. !

N. Y. Med. Coll., 1858.
WHITE, LWILLIAM ANGUS, 322 ,
AV. 48th, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8.
Univ., 1896.

WHITE HORNE, FREDERICK

NEWTON, 64 W. 126th, 9 to 11,
5.30 to 7.30. Coll. P. S., 1895.

WHITMYER, JOHN FRANKLIN,
111 W. 82d, until 10, 5 to 7.30.
Coll. P. & S., 189(J.

WHITNEY, ALBERT B., 148 W.
77th until 11, 5 to 6; Sundavs, 1 to i

2. Univ. Pa=, 1863 ; U. S., 1883.
WHITNEY, F. WALDO, 361 Boule- '

vard, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Dart-
mouth, 18S1.

WHITTEMORE, MARGARET G.,
(H.), 219 W. 23d, 8 to 10, 5 to 7.
W. M. C, 1887.

WHYBREW,CHAS. T., 72 W. 3oth,
12 to 3. Coll. P. & S., 1870.

WILCOX, EMMA DUDLEY, 20
W. 104th, 10 to 12, 5 to 7. Mo.
Horn., 1891 ; M. C. W., 1892.

WILCOX, SYDNEY F. (H.), 51 W. \
52d, 9.30 to 12, 6 to 6.30. Hom., |
1880. 1



WILDMAN, H. VALENTINE, 108
W. 94th, 11 to 1, 5 to 7. Univ.
Mich., 1880.

WILHELM, FREDERICK. 708 E.
5th, 8 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Vienna,
1892.

WILKENS, ERNST A. W., 588 E.
141st, 9 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8 ; Sun-
days, 8 to 10. Univ., 1893.

WILKIE, MORTIMER V., 473 W.
145th. Coll. P. & S., 1882.

WILKIN, WILLIAM PORTER, 311
W. 46th, 8 to 11, 5.30 to 7.:30. Bell.,
1885.

WILKINS, WALTER KEENE, 257
W. 38th, 10 to 11, 2 to 3, 6 to 7.
Bell., 1886.

WILLIAMS, CORDELIA (H.), 64
Lexington av., 10 to 12, 7. M, C.
W., 1878.

WILLIAMS, E. ELLSWORTH, 12
E. 2Sth. 10 to 11, 2 to 3, 7 to 8.
Univ., 1889.

WILLIAMS, FREDERICK W., 38
E. 26th, until 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8.
Coll. P. & S., 1885.

WILLIAMS, HAMILTON, 225 W.
1.5th, 9 to 11, 5 to 7. King &
Queen's Coll., Ire., 1875.

WILLIAMS, JAMES A., 498 West
End av., cor. 89th, 8 to 10, 5 to 8.
Chicago, 1863 ; Bell., 1866.

WILLIAMS, JAMES J., 1980 Madi-
son av. Bell., 1874.

WILLIAMS. THOMAS C. (H.), 118
E. 19th. 8 to 10, 4 to 6. Hom.,
1881.

WILNER, ANNA S., 218 W. 4th, 9,
12 to 1, 6 to 8. W. M. C, 1895.

WILSEY, ORVILLE JAY, 130 E.
36th, Wednesdays, 2 to 3; 93 Han-
cock, Brooklvn, Mondays, 1.30 to
2.3<J. Univ., 1878.

WILSON, HARRIET D. T., 136 W.
67th, 10 to 12, 6 to 7. EcL, 1867.

WILSON, JOHN HEWITT, 354 W.
28th, 8 to 10, 12 to 2, 6. Glasgow,
1844.

WILSON, ROBERT B., 529 Lexing-
ton av. Coil. P. & S., 1872.

WILSON, ROBERT JUSTICE, 129
W. 74th, 8 to 9.30, 7. Bell., 1890.



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REGISTER OF PHYSICIANS.



WILSON, WILLIAM H., 46 Can-
non, 9 to 10, 2 to 4, 7 to 9. Univ.,
1876.

WINKLER, GEO. HOWE, 226 W.

59th, 9 to 5. Univ. Ga., 1881.
WINSTOX, JOSEPH PENDLE-
TON, 151 E. 21st, 12 to 1, 5.30 to 7.

Univ. Va., 1892.
WINTERBURX, GEORGE W.

(H.), 2.30 W. 132d, 8 to 11. Eel.,

1875.
WINTERNITZ, EPHRAIM, 218 E.

70th, 7 to 9, 1 to 3, 6 to 8. Prague,

1865.
WOLF, GESSEL, ia5 Henry, 8 to 10,

1 to 2, 6 to 8. Konigsberg, 1887.
WOLF, HENRY J., 131 W. 126th,

1 to 3, 6 to 7 ; Sundays, 9 to 11.

Heidelberg, 1884.

WOLLERTON, S. H., 202 W. 78th, 8
to 10, 6 to 8. Univ. Pa., 1880.

WOLLSTEIN, MARTHA, 321 E.
1.5th. W. M. C, J889.

WOOD, JAMES ROBIE (H.), Ill
^Y. 74th, 10 to 12, 5 to 7. Bell.,
1866.

WOODBURY. JOHN McG., 46 W.
17th, until 9.30, 2 to 3. Bell., 1881.

WOODS, JOHN W., 350 W. 32d, un-
til 10, 1 to 2, 5 to 7. Univ., 1892.

WOODWARD, ALVIN M. (H.), 128
W. 13th, 8 to 9.30, 1.30 to 2.30, 6 to
7. Horn., 1862.

WOODWARD, C. S., 210 E. 116th.

Univ., 1891.
WOOTTON, HERBERT WRIGHT,

417 Lexington av., 8 to 10, 1 to 2,

6 to 8. Coll. P. & S., 1888.
WORRALL, M. RUTH (H.), 40 W.

25th, 10 to 1 ; res , 4-52 W. 44th. M.

C. W., 1892.
WRIGHT, AMELIA (H.), 5 W. 82d,

lOtol. M. C. W., 1874.
WRIGHT, LAURA M., 72 W. 105th,

10 to 1, 5 to 7. Eel., 1882.
WRIGHT, PRESTON W. (H.), 201

W. 80th, 8 to 11, 5 to 8. Horn.,

1883.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM F., 55 W.

10th, 8 to 10, 2 to 3. 5.30 to 7. Coll.

P. & S., 1879.



WUEST, CHRISTIAN, 232 Monroe.

7 to 10. Univ. Giessen, 1864.

WURM, CARL, 931 Cauldwell av.,

1 to 2, 6 to 8. Bell., 1892.
WYETH, JOHN A., 19 W. .3.5th, until

12. Univ. Louisville, 1889 ; Bell.,

1873.

WYLER, EMIL, 219 E. 84th, 10 to 4.

Basle, 1866.
YANKAUER, SIDNEY, 163 E. 79th,

8 to 10, 5 to 7. and hv appointment;
telephone, 481 79th. Coll. P. & S.,
1893.

YARD, ANDREW BENEDICT, 28

W. 105th, 8 to 10, 4 to 6. Coll. P.

& S., 1896.
YARNELL, D. E , 316 W. .57th,

Coll. P. & S., 1890.
YARNALL, JAMES HOWARD,

1011 Park av., 9 to 10, I to 2, 5 to

7.30. Eel., 1883.
YOUNG, CHARLES BELLAMY,

257 W. 131st, 8 to 10, 2 to 3, 6 to 8.

Coll. P. & S., 1894.
YOUNG, CHAS. H. (H.), 160 W.

48th, 9 to 12. Univ. La., 1874.
ZABRISKIE, FRED TEMPLE-
TON, St. Luke^s Hosp. Coll. P.

& S., 1895.
ZABRISKIE, GERTRUDE L. (H.),

108 W. 43d, 9 to 12, 7 to 8. M. C.

W., 1883.

ZABRISKIE, GUILLIAM A., 3a5

E. 79th, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Coll. P. &

S., 1881.
ZIMMERMAN, EDWIN, 274 W.

11th, 8 to 10, 1 to 2, 6 to 8. Univ.

Md., 1879.
ZIPSER. JACQUES EPHRAIM,

.307 E. 86th, 8 to 10, 1 to 3, 6 to 8.

Bell., 1896.
ZITZ, FRANCIS H., 338 E. 72d, 8 to

9, 1 to 2, 6 to 7.30 ; Sundays, 8 to

10 only. Coll. P. & S., 1888.
ZOLNOWSKI, VINCENT, Jr., 33

W. 16th, 10 to 12, 4 to 6. Univ.,

1891.

ZUCCHL ANGELO. 29 E. 24th.

Bologna, Italy, 1884.
ZWISOHN, LAZARUS W., 334 E.

78th, 8 to 10, 5 to 7. Univ., 1888.



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NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST.



CLXXIX



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF
PHYSICIANS.



Alexander Av i
182 R. L. Hoelger
199 W. E. Howlevi
303 J. F. Curry '
206 C. S Bumstead
265 B. L. Bailey
328 W.J. O'Bvrne
330 S. H. Mcllroy
337 F. Le C. Dowe

Amsterdam Av \

208 P. ^Murray

303 H. G. Myers

327T.L. Stedmanl

329 E. L. H. Mc-

Gi-nis I

863 D. V. Galvan !

2082 H W. Weber i

2161 H. M. S. King

AsTOR House
J. Alsdorf
W. H. Farrington
W. Nelson

AvEyuE A
1558 A. Braslau

Avenue B
145 A. W. Berle
147 E. Lowenbein
151 D. D. Toal

Avenue C
114 F. Mathews

Bank

59 W. C. Gilley
67 F. G. D iane

Bathgate Av
1777 R. M. Andrew
1833 J. T. Smith

Bayard

60 M. Gheertler

Bedford Park
F. LeC. Dowe

1
Beekman Pl I
23 J. J. Higgins |
Bible House
2 J. W. Bon ham i



Blackwell's Is-
land
G. W. Blanchard
A. C. Delacroix
H. G. Gibson, Jr
F. R.Haines
W. B. Moseley
T. F. Reilly
J. C. Wharton

Boston Av
1001 D. J. Quirk
1043 A. F. Brug-

man
1861 F. A. Becker

Boulevard i

272 G. F. Brooks '
361 F. W.Whitney
900 W. H. Morri-



Bridge

18 G. Phngsten

Broad

89 A. F. Haddad

Broadway
5 M. J. Lewi
19 H. Hitchcock
29 F. S. Grant
66 G. W. Wells
120 W. R. Bross
120 E. Cutter
120 J. A. Cutter
120 A J. Fox
120 H. C. More
120 W. S. Sea-
mans
132 C. O. Maisch
206 J. McCullom
218 G. H. Pierce
220 H. S. Warner
250 G.M. Dillow
271 W. Moore
346 A. Hunting-
ton
346 H. Tuck
346 O. H. Rogers
346W.T.VanVre-

denburgh
621 E. C. Skinner
770 A.Q.Donovan



; Broadway

• 8:36 M. T. Hutch-
inson
1271 J. N. Farrar
1696 D. Bovaird
Hotel Imperial,
W. M. Flem
ing

' 1672 G. A. Shepard
1674 W H. Porter
1696 M. Nicoll. Jr
1744 J. B. Cromlev
& 29th J. F. Per

' kins

& 43d G. W

1 Holmes

Broome
137 B. B rod ski
141 R. Birlinger
280 M. 1. Knapp
293 H. A.James
295 R.F.Schlesiger

365 A. Stella

366 C. Smith

366 F. Smith

367 H J. Holcomb
373 A. Parker

387 D. Saladino
394 J. T. Meehan
581G. E.Hajmnga

Canal

468 H. A. Salmon



Cannon
46 W. H. Wilson
118 J. W. Hurley

Catherine Slip
24 I. Delany

Cauldwell Av
961 C. Wurm

I Cedar
46 G. T. Wetmore

Central Park,

South
E. G. Rankin
R. Whitman



Central Park,
West

15 G.A.Lawrence
226 A. T. Weston
& 72d B F. Dexter
& 75th S.W.Smith
& 97th P. Gibier
& 97th F. T. La-
badie

Centre

233 H. Moreton

Chambers
144 T. C. Taylor

Charlton
1 G. Merenna
3 A. Burkelman
33 G. C. Arata
41 J. P. Nolan
45 P. E. Bush
51 T. J. Hillis
62 W. E. Spicer

Christopher
82 E. VonDonhofl
177 M. Mintz

City Island

E. M. MorreU

F. E. Laurence

Clinton

9 B. Lefkowics
151 C.P.Kornreich
15:3 S. Portugalofif
15u R. Abrahams
157 S. A. Tarler
159 M. Moskievitz

Clinton Pl
12 C. W. Dunlop
87 H. P. Lewan-
dowski

Columbia

122 J. H. Mittel-

man
124 T. Berger

Columbus Av
1349 M. Erlwein



CLXXX



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST.



Convent Av | East 9th
117 F. W. Cham- 329 8. G-ruenberg
berlin i 606 H. Balser,



Delancey
31 M. Muldberg
72 S. Schaie

146 E. H. Riedel
216 D. J. Hyman

DOYERS

17 C. F. Mills

East Broadway
109 S. Ellsberg
113 F. Huber
113 J. Huber

147 M. Lewinski
184 I. Jufe
205 N. H. Sachs
207 J. Barsky

216 M. Caspe

217 J. Hal pern
223 J. Sachs
1'33 D. Robinsohn
239 H. Levien
243 L. J. Ladinski

246 I. Lowenkopf

247 G. M. Price

248 S. Goldberg
251 H. SolotaroflE
255 J. Horn
257 E. K. Browd
267 T. Nichols
269 H. B. Adler !
277 S. P. Leveridgei
294 T. N. Holden |

302 E. W. Thomp-,

son i

303 J. H. Cough] inl
310 G. W. Krain \

East Houston |
231 F. Kahlenberg!

East 4th |

26 T. P. Kephart!

261J. P. Ermen-'

traut I

309 J. M. Lieber-i

mann I

313 J. Stein |

314 L. Kohn
328 E. H. Fried '
333 H. Wald i
350 E. Altman I
354 J. Guttmann !



East 10th i

14 N. H. Henry i
40 W. McKay I
85 D. Brown !

112 S. H. Smyth

123 A.H. Stiebling

125 D. Cook

220C.E.Waechter;

232 R. P. Muellen-i

bach
289 C. F. J. Laase
301 H. Lehman n
319 E. H. Knight
319 E. Lewi.
323 I. L. Nasher
359 G. J. Moser

East 11th
24 G. W. Beers
26 C. F. Guillou

215 A. \1. Gamier

215 G. B. Kelly

East12th
10 J. N. Beekraan
214 M. T. Carroll
2^5 T. M. B. Cross

233 O. Newcomb !

East 13th |

211 L. Straus

212 M. Derleth !

216 P. J. Lynch |
218W. BalS'-r

233 J. Schmitt
244 L. Spannhake
310 G, Gengen-

bacher
325 A. C. Bardes
335 A. L. Macken

East 14th

205 A. M. Mc-

Laurie
223 C. Brand en -|
burg I

223 C. W. Bran-
denburg
229 H. W, Hawlik
2*3 A. F. E. Krog
304 T. H. Newland
309 L. S. Gillispie
329 W. H. Krause



East 9th East 15th ;

6 D. M. Barstow 2-31 A. Vedin
6 J. W. Barstow 226 C.R.Estabrook

304 J. F. McMahon 232 W. J. Brunneri



East 15th I

306 F. W. Lilien-

thal
308 I. M. Pettet
314 S. Fisher

321 M. Wollstein 1

322 N.G.McMasterl
322 A. Rose |
224E.Vondergoltz
327 A. S. Daniel
344 C. W. Kuhn

East 16th

137 E. Edmonston

141 P. H. Ernst
440 P. Scheu

East 17th
100 E. S. Bogert
120 A. A. D. Grey ]
205 S. Herainway I
205 W. H. Hem-
inwav I

216 W. J. Krausi !

217 E. Frankel '

218 C. F. Walker |

219 S. S. Bogert

220 J. C. Acheson
222 I. P. Defoulk i
222 J. F. Gillette |
305 H. J. Kelly

327 A. S. Payn
329 G.Lindenmeyr

334 P. Rr.pp

EA.ST 18th
109 G. V. Foster
USE. L.M.Bristol
i:^ E. D. Smith

147 R. W. Muller

148 G. S. Conant
235 M. W. Palmer
238 C. H. Avery
241 T. W. Busche
303 M. N. Baker
305 W.McCracken
305 W. B. M c -

Cracken
314 C.E.Campbell

316 O. Maier

317 A. T. Swan
3:33 F. Serr.

335 F. Fife

East 19th
118 C. P. Elebash
118 C. S. Elehash i
118 T. C. Williams;
123 C. C. Rice '

134 O. G. Hunt

142 G. F. Carey
i 146 E. Hallett



East 19th

218 G. G. Need ham

219 A. C. Carpenter
221 J. S. Emans
228 J.C.Smith
235 W, A. UeWat-

teville



East 20th

27 H. R. Cronk

28 E. F. Arnold
28 T.S.Robertson
51 S. E. Bissell

5:3 E. BlackweU
53 E. Cushier
53 E. B. Kilham
53 E. Mercelis
315 B. D. Jennings



East 21st
21 W. Washburn
27 H. S. Drayton
47 J. T. Nagle

137 J. R. Conway,

137 R. j! Parker
147J. W^Hedden
151 J. P. Winston
157 J. Clausnitzer



East22d
42 H. G. Klotz
105 E. A. Chapman
105 J. E. Giles
110 S. J. Bradbury
112 E. Ringer
116 M. S. West



East 23d
41 R. G. Reese
49 H. S. Oppen-

heimer
107 J. A. Meek
109 E. Gruening
201 J. B. Palmer
224 N. H. Lewis
228 A. Freeh
232 J. Ladd
303 W. G. Brady
319 E. W. Dittrich



East 24th

25 L. P. Walker

29 A. Zucci
106 W. B. Vander-

poel
130 H. S. Carter



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST.



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East 25th l

46 J. W. Gleits-

mann

47 S. O Van der

Poel i

51 W. B. Trimble
54 W. F. Hol-

combe
104 M. (Jr. Kaefle
310 J. Simroc<
121 L. Arcularius
123 E, S. Warner >
133 J. Woodman |

East 26th
38 F.W Williams
42 F. Hawkes i

48 G-. R. Elliott I
48 U. K. Swiu-,

burne
110 L. C. Vincent
338 E.K. Dunham

East 27th
27 L. DePlasse
108 L. Randell
117 E. M. Als:er '
149 M. B. Parou-
nagian |

East 28th ,

12 F. E. D'Oench '
12E. E.Williams

19 VV. J. Morton 1
21 C. T. Adams

34 J. H. Swasey '

35 (Jr. B. Smith

47 N. M. Boyajian
113 S. A. Brown
139 J. F. de F. Fer-
nandez
137 V. Gomez
148 G. A. Romero |

East 29th i

18 C. B. Kelsev '

20 J. P McGowan'
20 A. F. Koontz i

36 W. F. Br .wn
36 J. K. Crook

41 J. McE. Wet-

more

42 W. O. Moore
42 C. E. Nam-
mack

44 A. M. Hamil-
ton
44 G. De F. Smith
46 T. M. Chees-'

man
104 A. H. Heath
106 J. Warren



East 29th

107 J. T. Kennedy
126 J. P. McEvoy
129 D. K. McSwee-
ney



East 30th
8 H. F. Walker
10 P. Allen
16 S. F. Morris
18 B. Emmet
20 J. B. Emerson
20 D. B. St. J,

Roosa
36 J. H. Thomp-
son
40 W. J. Swift
42 J. N. Butler
49 A. Duane
115 G. C. Arnold
117 F L. Ives
136 E. Tomes
142 G. W. Thomp-
son.
223 D. S, Lyons
243 H. P. Swift
309 A. E. Lam-
phear



East 31st
14 G. T. Jackson
16 F. P. Foster i
18 G. H. Fox
32 J. S. Billing, Jr
34 W. G. Thomp-
son
36 F. N. Lewis
36 J. N. West

36 b\ Whiting

37 C. Beck
44 J. Livor

46 K. Caravia
48 J. Rogers
50 W. B. Clark
50 J. A. Kenefick
52 M. Elezarian
217 T. F. Jf)yce
221 K. H Sewny

223 L. J. Hunter

224 J. C.de Verona
236 A. J. Guck



East 32d
IS C. M. Lee
18 J. B. Hawes
20 G. G. Lush
227 J. H. Bell
230 C. \V. Pfeiffer
244 J. A. Duggan



East 33d

1 D. B. Delavan
13 C. K. Briddon

19 D.M. Camman

20 G. G. Lush

30 G. M. Ransom
33 M. P. Denton

33 J. B.Walker

34 L. A. Stimson
39 R A. Sands
4iJ. H. Carver
43 G. E. Munroe

East 34th.

2 J. Dwight.Jr, •
8 E. A. Ay res

8 H. E. Stafford
46 F. Hartley

46 C. T. Parker

47 W. C. Lusk

47 W. T. Lusk

48 J. G. Perry
50 .J. C. Edgar
58 H. P. Loomis
60 A.Flint

62 A. M. Pbelps
109 C. H.Chetwood

109 E. L. Keyes
120 E.N. Carpenter
120 A. F. Currier

120 C. A. Whitney

122 W. E. Studdi-

ford
137 T. G. Lusk

148 G. J. Olsson |

149 F.N. Patterson!
152 E. S. Bates '
152 F. C. Fry

154 E. Wettengel
338 J. F.J: Kurtz j

East .3.5th
22 J. R. «-Jofle
39F.P.Kinincutt
42 A. B. Davis i

110 S. W. Lamberti
119 C. F. Collins i
119 H. D. Collins
220 J. F. Aitken
249 J. Murphy

East 36th
7 W. M. Polk
10 T. F. Allen
117 G. Woolsey

121 H. B. Douglass

123 O. B. Douglas
123 C. A. Manson
125 A. Lambert
1:38 W. Ward

130 (t. D. Stewart
130 O. J. Wilsey



East 36th
131 R. Bowne
153 M. L. Healey
234 J. J. Hub-

schmidt

East 37th
2 E. W. Lambert
4E. Bulklev
4L. D. Bulkley
4H. H. White-
house
146 F. Valk
158 W. T. Gibb
163 W. J. McMa-
hon

East 33th
15 A. H. Smith
17 F. B. Carpen-
ter
17 W. X. Hub-



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