Businesses along north side of Nashville's Public Square,1846, Nashville Whig. (Mary Wait and Alden Scovel Collection, 1820-1888, Manuscripts Division. William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan). [http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs116/1103480314797/archive/1116641675904.html]
Pike’s Opera House, built 1866-67, South side of Fourth Street between Walnut and Vine, lithograph ca. 1871. Ehrgott, Forbinger & Co., (Ohio Historical Society). [http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-mZ5NxZ4HHkU/T23pfHpmcFI/AAAAAAAABZM/JNCEwq5cQuA/s1600/Pike+3.jpg]
"Breckinridge Block and adjoining Property" (South side of Main Street, East of Third). Lithograph, ca. 1850 by P. S. Duval and Sons, (15 by 35-1/2 in. plus margins), [repos?, published source?]
“View of an Entire Block of Brick & Stone Buildings in Chicago, on Lake St. between Clark & LaSalle Strs. while being raised to the new grade, a higth [sic] of 4 Feet,” lithograph, 1860 by Edward Mendel (Chicago Historical Society).
• G. & W. Endicott, “The Washington Stores, in William Street, between Fulton & John Sts., New York." ca. 1845 (New-York Historical Society)
• “Cliff Street, New York,” (New-York Historical Society)
• J. H. Bufford, "Liberty Street, near Broadway, New York," 1836 or 1837
Washington Building, Providence (Washington Row - Akermans' Blank Book Manufactory - Journal Office - George W. Wright clothing - Telegraph - Joseph Knowles's Printing Office - E.S. Barrows), ca. 1850? (Rhode Island Image Collection, Providence Public Library). [http://www.provlib.org/providence-buildings/washington-building-washington-row-akermans-blank-book-manufactory-journal-offi]