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Exhuming the remains of President Monroe in the Second Street Cemetery, NYC [Funeral of Pres. James Monroe]

The Metropolitan Sanitary Fair - the Indian Department [NYC. Indians dancing on stage]

[William Henry Vanderbilt House, NYC]

[Horse-drawn catafalque, Civil War veterans in parade, and spectators at funeral of Pres. Ulysses S. Grant. NYC]

NYC Club in Pioneer Coach on way Newport, New York

Suffragette headquarters, 32 Union Square, NYC. Mrs. Harriot Blatch seated with Miss Weiss and others

[LUSITANIA, 1907-1914, New York City: arriving in NYC, maiden voyage, 13 Sept. 1907]

[Boys flipping coins on sidewalk. NYC]

[LUSITANIA, 1907-1914, New York City: stern view, NYC, maiden voyage]

[LUSITANIA, 1907-1914, New York City: warping into dock, NYC, 13 Sept. 1907, crowd in foregrd.]

[Gladys Vanderbilt - Count Laszlo Szechenyi wedding, NYC, Jan. 27, 1908]: Wedding guests arriving

Vanderbilt-Szechenyi wedding, NYC, Jan. 27, 1908: H.P. Whitney and Dorothy Whitney

[Gladys Vanderbilt - Count Laszlo Szechenyi wedding, NYC, Jan. 27, 1908]: Baron Hengelmueller going to wedding

[Luncheon by Aero Club of America honoring Glenn Curtiss, NYC, Sept. 22, 1909. Curtiss and Wilbur Wright at head table

Vanderbilt-Szechenyi wedding, NYC, Jan. 27, 1908: Dorothy Witney [and H.P. Whitney] at wedding

Vanderbilt-Szechenyi wedding, NYC, Jan. 27, 1908: H.P. Whitney and some Szechenyis at wedding

[Group of striking women - shirtwaist workers. NYC. 1909]

Mrs. Stephen Pell [Sarah Thompson Pell], 777 Madison Av, NYC, Finance Ch[air] of [National] Woman's Party

Meat boycott. Some vegetables please. [Woman buying vegetables in NYC market. 28 March 1910], Photo from the Bain News Service

[Santa Claus and Salvation Army musicians entertaining children on NYC street]

Notoriety for Geneva Girl: Anne Herendeen, poll inspector at NYC primary

[3 women holding 5 babies in day nursery. NYC?]

Baseball Parks - N.Y. and Phila. players at site of fire - Polo Grounds, NYC, April 14, 1911

[John I. Taylor, 1911 Red Sox owner, at League Meetings, Waldort Astoria Hotel, NYC (baseball)]

Suffragette meeting, NYC[?], ca. 1912

[Funeral of John Pierpont Morgan: Bird's-eye view of funeral procession, with horses and carriages at corner of E. 15th St., NYC]

[Woman boarding NYC streetcar by jumping onto running board. 1913]

[Anarchist Alexander Berkman speaking in Union Square, NYC May 1, 1914]

Crowd in Union Square, NYC

Pre-election parade for suffrage in NYC, Oct. 23, 1915, in which 20,000 women marched

[R.C. Beadle and A.H. Brown of Men's League for Woman Suffrage of N.Y. receiving National Woman Suffrage Assoc. banner from Frances Bjorkman in rooftop ceremony. NYC. ca. 1915]

Suffrage parade, NYC, Oct. 23, 1915

Federal Commission on Industrial Relations, NYC - J.P. Morgan on stand

Suffrage parade, NYC, Oct. 23, 1915

[Tim Healy speaking in Union Square, NYC, during street railways strike. 1916]

American Express Bldg. Entrance, 65 B'way, NYC

Gerard welcome

[NYC police] fingerprinting a German [1917] / Bain News Service

[Children raising US flag in NYC park]

[...] Committee at White House, Dec. 11. W.G. Fitzwilson, Secy., NYC, [...]dams, Ex-Pres., Richmond, Va., J.H. [...]es, Milwaukee, Walter W. Head, Vice Pres., Neb., and F.N. Shepherd, Exec. Mgr.

Rev. Dr. A.M. Young of NYC, who invited Pres. Harding to attend the 28th Anniversary of Gen. and Mrs. Ballington Booth of the Vol. of America to be held in Madison Square, N.Y., sometime in April. Nov. 1922 [White House, Washington, D.C.]

Martha Graham [New Theatre Review of Performances at the Guild Theatre, NYC, on November 10 and 17, 1935]

Martha Graham [Review of Performances at the Guild Theatre, NYC, on November 10 and 17, 1935]

Sharp Little Groups Brighten Famous Door in NYC

Grace Downs Airline Hostess School 447 15 Ave., Miss NYC Contest / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola.

Times Square, NYC, 1970

Black Panther poster by Emory Douglas, Lower East Side, NYC, 1970

The lesbian body [by] Kate Millett An exhibition of drawings : Levitan Gallery, NYC, October '77.

9:21 a.m. Port Authority of NY and NJ orders all bridges and tunnels in the NYC area closed ...

Publicity - 1937 - Press Release - Weekly News Bulletin - NYC

Weddings - Guests at Arthur Wood wedding [in front of tent, NYC]

Publicity - 1937 - Press Release - Weekly News Bulletin - NYC

Bernstein's inscription, written in November 1943, reads "To the New York Philharmonic Society in deepest gratitude for giving me my great opportunity/Sincerely, Leonard Bernstein/NYC-2/4/44." Photographer: Herman Landshoff. Published in January 1944 issue of Harper's Bazaar. (Music Division)

[Construction work atop NYC skyscraper]

She'll be waiting when you come back home march song

America's final word

Follow on

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

She'll be waiting when you come back home march song

America's final word

Follow on

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

She'll be waiting when you come back home march song

America's final word

Follow on

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

She'll be waiting when you come back home march song

America's final word

Follow on

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

Rehearsals and Performances - Jul 1936 - Schedules - Fed. Music Dept. - NYC

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