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Clayton L. Wallace 
[Fraunces Tavern.]
[Albert Gallatin's tomb, Trinity Churchyard.]
[Tablet in New York City Hall.]
[Stone tablet inscription about the history of Nassau Street.]
[Plaque placed in error at 10 Pearl Street to mark the site of the first city hall, which was actually at 73 Pearl Street.]
[Tomb of Captain Jas. Lawrence, Trinity Church.]
[On Marketfield Street, corner of Broad Street.]
[Plaque on South Ferry Building.]
[Tablet on New York Cotton Exchange.]
[Trinity Churchyard, monument to patriots who died in British prisons.]
[Fort Clinton (Aquarium), Battery.]
[Army Building.]
[In Battery Park near Barge Office, found on the site of 55 Broadway corner of Exchange Alley.]
[Marker in memory of Francis Lewis, New York signer of the Declaration of Independence, erected in 1947.]
[Demolition on Greenwich Street.]
[Grave of Lord Stirling, Trinity Churchyard.]
[Statue of Ericsson.]
[Flagpole tablet, City Hall Park.]
[Table for Marinus Willet on Broad Street and Beaver Street.]
[41 Broadway, site of first habitation by white men on Manhattan Island, built in 1613 by Adrian Block.]
[Trinity Place entrance to Trinity Churchyard.]
[Battery Place between Washington and Greenwich Streets.]
[Tablet on building of International Telephone Co., Broad and William Streets.]
[Battery Place demolition for Battery-Brooklyn Tunnel approach.]
[Plaque on 115 Broadway, corner of Thames Street.]
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