After yesterday’s break for a bit of early-twentieth-century advertising, here are a few more street scenes.

1) Central Avenue in Hot Springs, Arkansas, c. 1900

2) the street in front of New York City’s “City Hall Post Office” (built in 1880 and demolished in 1939), c. 1905

3) Elm Street, in Cincinnati, c. 1905

4) Wabasha Street in St. Paul, Minnesota, c. 1908

5) Pennsylvania Avenue (Washington, DC), looking west from the Old Post Office, c. 1910 (the imposing building in the center, with the two flags, is the Willard Hotel, and behind it are the U.S. Treasury, the White House, and the Old Executive Office Building)

6) Canal Street in New Orleans, c. 1910