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New York harbor from Staten Island

The harbour of New York /

[New York Harbor]

Russian fleet in New York Harbor

New York Harbor and ferry boat

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor

Summer scenes in New York Harbor

New York. Bartholdi "Statue of Liberty," erected on Bedloe's Island, in New York Harbor

Pedestal for Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty on Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor [and insert of head and shoulder portrait of Bartholdi]

Goddess of Liberty, from the sea, New York Harbor

New York harbor from Hoboken ferry

New York harbor from Hoboken ferry

The Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, from the East

Statue of Liberty, New York harbor

Liberty Island, New York Harbor

Statue of Liberty [and] New York Harbor

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, from the North

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, from the South

Bartholdi Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, U.S.A

New York harbor, from Brooklyn Bridge, U. S. A

Detained immigrants on Ellis Island, New York harbor / Drawn by M. Colin.

Shipping, New York harbor, U. S. A

New York Harbor

New York Harbor and Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, U. S. A

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago Fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago Fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

Return of Santiago fleet, New York Harbor, Aug. 20, 1898

The mortar batteries at Sandy Hook, defending the approaches to New York Harbor / C. Beecher Bunnell.

Pilot boats in New York harbor /

From Met. Life Tower looking south toward Battery and New York Harbor, Manhattan

Orotava at dock in New York Harbor, New York

Orotava clad with ice at dock in New York harbor

Hamburg-American S.S. Co., S.S. Deutschland leaving New York harbor

From Met. Life Tower looking south [toward Battery and New York Harbor, Manhattan]

Sunset off the Battery, New York harbor

Statue of Liberty, New York harbor

Orotava at dock in New York Harbor

Orotava at dock in New York Harbor, New York

New York harbor

The Army canteen as it really is--The reading-room at the Bedloe's Island canteen, New York Harbor / photographed for "Leslie's Weekly" by its staff photographer, R.L. Dunn.

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor

New York Harbor, looking southwest from Brooklyn Bridge to Liberty Statue, New York City, U. S. A

Emperor William's Yacht Hohenzollern -- flying the Imperial Flag -- at the Dock, New York Harbor, U.S.A

The fair shores of Columbia greet the royal prince, New York harbor

The reception committee going aboard the "Kronprinz" to welcome Prince Henry, New York harbor

The U.S. battleship "Illinois" in dress parade on the arrival of Prince Henry in New York harbor

Prince Henry and Miss Alice Roosevelt - en route to launching of Emperor William's Yacht "Meteor," New York Harbor, U.S.A

Ellis Island, New York Harbor

Among the oil barrels where fire started, showing defective life preservers and life boats. General Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904

The Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904--Gen'l Slocum the morning after the disaster, bodies on the beach showing in the background

The mass of burned timbers and ruined metal, showing broken paddle wheels s[h]a[f]t. General Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904

The pilot coming aboard at Sandy Hook from pilot boat "New Yorker," New York Harbor

General Slocum Disaster, New York Harbor, June 15, 1904. Diver going down for bodies in upper saloon, out of which over 175 were taken

Sunday school convention delegates leaving for Jerusalem, upper deck Grosser-Kumfurst, New York Harbor

The pilot coming aboard at Sandy Hook from pilot boat "New Yorker," New York Harbor

Steel ocean-going tug, New York Harbor, most powerful of its kind in U.S.A.

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor

Statue of Liberty, New York harbor

New York harbor from the Battery

New York harbor from the Battery

Statue of Liberty [and] New York Harbor

The "Lusitania's" first appearance in New York Harbor, Sept. 13, 1907.

The great Statue of Liberty on Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor, U.S.A

Boat arriving with Gov. Clinton's body, New York Harbor

The HALF MOON [sailing ship, with bow in left foreground] in New York Harbor

[The S.S. OLYMPIC, 1911: Tugs maneuvering ship into pier, New York Harbor]

White Star [Line] S.S. Olympic entering New York Harbor on first trip

[The S.S. OLYMPIC, 1911: Entering the Narrows of New York Harbor]

[The S.S. OLYMPIC, 1911: Anchored in New York Harbor, with bow in foregrd.]

[The S.S. OLYMPIC, 1911: Entering New York Harbor]

White Star Line S.S. Olympic entering New York Harbor on first trip

New York harbor

U.S. inspectors examining eyes of immigrants, Ellis Island, New York Harbor

Statue of Liberty [and New York Harbor]

[RMS Lusitania of the Cunard Line, leaving New York Harbor in the winter of 1915]

Safe Home Again in the "Land of the Free." Transport GEORGE WASHINGTON steaming into New York Harbor upon her return after landing Pres. Wilson in France

Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor

Wounded Americans, in hospital in London, see the sights of London with Red Cross for guide. The photograph shows a group of htem in front of the beautiful Memorial to Queen Victoria which stands in the circle in front of the Buckingham Palace. This monument was unveiled by the Kaiser not long before the beginning of the war. "It's a fine statue", said Russel Wright of Santa Rosa, Calif. "The only one I'd rather see is the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor, and we'll soon be seeing that, I reckon".

New York Harbor, Palm Beach, Miami Beach--Ira Gershwin--Home Movies

Captain Kidd in New York Harbor / J.L.G. Ferris.

[Aerial view of New York Harbor, November 2, 1934]

S.S. Normandie arriving in New York Harbor on maiden voyage

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information photo.

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Aboard the S.S. Coamo in New York Harbor

A freighter pulling into New York Harbor

Untitled photo, possibly related to: A freighter pulling into New York Harbor

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Aboard the S.S. Coamo in New York Harbor

Untitled photo, possibly related to: Aboard the S.S. Coamo in New York Harbor

Aboard the S.S. Coamo in New York Harbor

Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information photo.

A freighter pulling into New York Harbor

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