[Crowd Gathered at Federal Hall.]
A crowd of people gathered at Federal Hall at Wall Street and Nassau Street; U.S. Food Administration...
[Federal Hall Memorial.]
Federal Hall, the Seat of Congress
Peter Lacour delin. A Doolittle sculp. Printed & Sold by A Doolittle New Haven 1790. Re-engraved on copper...
[Plaque at Federal Hall Memorial.]
[Federal Hall Memorial Tablet.]
[Federal Hall National Memorial.]
Federal Hall, the Seat of Congress. [Inauguration of George Washington at Federal Hall]
A View of the Federal Hall of the City of New York
As appeared in the year 1797, with the Adjacent buildings thereto. Drawn expressly for D. T. Valentine's...
[George Washington Statue in front of the Federal Hall National Monument.]
[Wall Street with Trinity Church and Federal Hall.]
[Fight Cancer event at the Federal Hall Memorial.]
[Sculpture of George Washington outside of the Federal Hall Memorial.]
Sub - Treasury Building [Federal Hall Memorial]
[Looking at 70 Pine Street from the steps of Federal Hall.]
Stock Exchange [Trinity Church from Federal Hall.]
[Looking from Federal Hall to Trinity Church.]
[George Washington Statue outside Federal Hall, after the blizzard of 1888.]
[Statue of George Washington by John Quincy Adams Ward, above the steps of the Federal Hall National Memorial.]
Federal Hall, Wall Street and Trinity Church, New York, 1789.
A View of the Federal Hall of the City of New York, as it appeared in the year 1797, with Adjacent buildings thereto.
From the Original Drawing by George Holland. Lith. & Printed in Colors by C. Currier, 33 Spruce St N.Y....
From the Original Drawing by George Holland. Lith. & Printed in Colors by H.R. Robinson, 31 Park Row...
View of the Federal Edifice, New York
Stock Exchange [New York Stock Exchange from Federal Hall.]
Sub-Treasury at Nassau and Wall Street. Here stood Federal Hall.
Federal Hall: Inauguration of Genl George Washington, the First President of the United States, on the 30th of April 1789.
For D.T. Valentine's Manual.
City Hall Building
Washington was inaugurated on April 30, 1789, in Federal Hall. The oath of office was administered to him by Chancellor Livingston from the balcony facing Broad Street.
Copyright 1914, by Col. J. St. Clair, New York.
Street Scenes, etc. Showing Displays of Liberty Loan Posters during World War I [Liberty Loan signs and patriotic decorations on Federal Hall.]
City Hall Building [Variant]
Jamaica Town Hall
Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, Queens.
City Hall Park, "Newspaper Row"
Taken from the Postal Telegraph Cable Building on Broadway, across City Hall Park east, of buildings...
View of the Old City Hall, Wall St
Drawn by Diedrich Knickerbocker Jr. Endg. on Steel by Hatch & Smillie. Printed by J. & G. Neale.
In the year 1789. Drawn by Diedrich Knickerbocker, Jr. [Diedrich Knickerbocker, Jr. is a pseudonym for...
A Perspective View of the City Hall in New York Taken from Wall Street
C Tiebout Delineate & Sculpsit. The Society of Iconophiles. New York. 1902. Re-engraved on copper by...
[Mayor Edward Koch interviewed by the FBI at City Hall concerning the Parking Violations Bureau scandal.]
Federal Hall National Memorial.
Formerly the Custom House (1842-1862) then the U.S. Sub-Treasury building (1862-1925), with the statue...
Inauguration of Gen. George Washington
As the first president of the United States of America at Federal Hall, Wall St., New York, April 30th...
[Replica of Federal Hall in Bryant Park.]
Boy with a Cat
Teenager Sitting on a Banister in the Hallway
Looking into Hallway of an Old Brick House
Little Boy on Staircase
Family in Shabby Hallway
Wall Street and Nassau Street [Temple Street to Wall Street]
Federal Hall. N. E. cor. of Wall & Nassau Sts. | Letter from Frank W. Crane dated April 20, 1932, concerning...
[Federal Hall], corner of Wall Street and Broad Street.
The Inauguration of Washington.
As First President of the United States, April 30th 1789; at the Old City Hall, New York