Astor House in the 19th Century


Illustration published about 1854 shows the old Astor House occupying the entire block front on Broadway, between Vesey Street (left) and Barclay Street (right). St. Paul's Chapel is to the left and City Hall Park is to the right, out of the illustration.

On print: Drawn after nature - For the proprietor: Herrmann J. Meyer. Published for Herrmann J. Meyer, 164 William-Str. New-York. Source: New York Public Library.


19th century


Antique photos of NYC




Antique photographs


Broadway hotel


City Hall Park


Demolition Astor House


Buildings Broadway

The northern part of Astor House is in the center of this photo and the Astor House Building, constructed in 1916, is on the left.


Astor House


Panoramic View Broadway


Herald Building

Astor House is to the right, out of the picture.


Copyright © Geographic Guide - Old images NYC, 19th Century.


Astor House in the 19th Century





About 1854