The New York Public Library, which holds copies of the photos, has put 160 of them on flickr. The images are also in NYPL's Digital Gallery. Because Abbott was an FAP employee, all are in the public domain.
Here are some of the 160 that I like best. They're in chronological order and encompass most of a year from October, 1935, through August, 1936. The captions contain the title of the photo. In many cases there's also a description by an NYPL curator.
Photo of Berenice Abbott by Man Ray
Berenice Abbott's Changing New York, 1935-1939, Museum of the City of New York; A Fantastic Passion for New York, by Bonnie Yochelson
Seeing America: Women Photographers Between the Wars by Melissa A. McEuen (University Press of Kentucky, 2004)
Berenice Abbott, photographer: an independent vision by George Sullivan (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2006)
Berenice Abbott article in wikipedia
Berenice Abbott Minneapolis Institute of Arts
About Berenice Abbott, NYPL
Changing New York: Photographs by Berenice Abbott, 1935-1938, NYPL
Berenice Abbott: Changing New York, Museum of the City of New York
Berenice Abbott, Getty Museum
NEW YORK CHANGING. Since 1997 Douglas Levere has been rephotographing Berenice Abbott's Changing New York, 1939.