inscription: lower, center: "Manhattan Iron Works From the French Institute. 1st Sept 63."
Inscribed at lower center in graphite: "Manhattan - Iron Works. From the French Institute 1st. Sept. 63 / Hudson River."
Architecture: A depiction of the Manhattan Iron Works as it stood on the east shore of the Hudson River near west 143rd Street. Tinel's view was taken from the French Institute, a private school situated west of Fort Washington between 172nd and 173rd streets. Carmansville was an area roughly located north of 130th Street between 8th Ave. and the Hudson River.
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