Great Western Turnpike and toll-gate
Photo by: An 1802 contract allowing right-of-way for the Great Western Turnpike.
Photo by: Postcard of Manning Boulevard, dated 1914.
South Manning Boulevard
Photo by: Albany Evening Journal, 1902
Original Pine Hills development
Photo by: This map of the planned development ran in the Albany Sunday Express on January 29, 1888.
Photo by: William Brown, a silhouette artist, happened to be in Albany on the day of the train journey. He made a sketch and then this silhouette cutout of the train. According to several accounts, it was an accurate depiction.
Photo by: Aurania Club. Knickerbocker News photo.
Steamer No. 10
Photo by: As seen in a 1912 Albany Chamber of Commerce publication.
Pine Hills mural (1977, updated 2012)
Photo by: Mural before restoration, 2012.
Photo by: Ridgefield toboggan illustration from 1886 bi-centennial booklet
1000 Madison Avenue (former Pine Hills library)
Photo by: Times Union archive photo
994 Madison: The Hawley property and the “glass school"
Photo by: VI glass school, Knickerbocker News, 1936
The College of Saint Rose
Photo by: ca. 1922
Photo by: VI as seen in a ca. 1922 Chamber of Commerce publication
School 4 (location of Pine Hills Park, Madison at Ontario)
Photo by: School 4, 1894 photo.
Photo by: Pierce Hall
St. Vincent’s Male Orphan Asylum (LaSalle School)
Photo by: Residents of St. Vincent's, ca. 1900.
Maternity Hospital and Infant Home
Photo by: Brady Hospital interior, ca. 1922
The Sunken Garden
Photo by: A proposed design for a pavilion at the end of the sunken garden. Arnold Brunner and Charles Downing Lay, 1914.