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Lot 2Vernon Howe Bailey
American, 1874-1953
(i) Broadway North from 71st Street, 1934
Signed Vernon Howe Bailey and dated 1934 (lr); inscribed in the margin Broadway North from 71st Street. At left, Building originally the Colonial Club, next Hotel St. Andrew, corner 72 St., Hotel Ansonia is beyond, between 73 and 74 St., the 72nd St. subway station of Interborough is the low building in middle, and Central Savings Bank at right
Ink on paper
22 x 14 7/8 inches
(ii) Maine Battle Monument, Columbus Circle, 1935
Signed Vernon Howe Bailey and dated 1935 (lr); inscribed in the margin The Maine Monument-Columbus Circle Entrance to Central Park, Central Park West at left
Ink on paper
22 x 15 inches
(iii) Vanderbilt Avenue
Signed Vernon Howe Bailey (lr); inscribed in the margin Vanderbilt Avenue, South from Forty Eight Street -showing the arches enclosing the garden of 270 Park Avenue. In the distance is the Lincoln Building at 42 Street and inscribed on the reverse The Hotel Chatham is in the right hand foreground. This block -48th Street to 49th Streets, has been shut off by gates, as a private street, and is used for private motor car parking. Here, last summer, was established -"Chatham Walk," an outdoor cafe, where luncheon or dinner was served after the custom of Europe.
Pencil on paper
19 3/4 x 14 1/4 inches

Sold for $2,250
Estimate $1,200-1,800

(i) Unframed and unmatted. Toned. Scattered white-out in the margins. Pinholes in the top margin. A few slight surface stains.
(ii) Unframed and unmatted. Toned. Pinholes and white-out in the margins.
(iii) Unframed and unmatted. Toned. Pin holes. Loss at top left corner in the margin. Crease at top right corner with a small tear in the margin. Crease at lower right in the margin. 1" tear, extending into the image, along the upper right edge. Slight surface staining.

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