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George Washington (1732-1799)
George Washington

George Washington

Washington's Entry into New York.

Washington's Entry into New York.

Washington Taking Command of the American Army.

Washington Taking Command of the American Army.

Stock Exchange [New York Stock Exchange from Federal Hall.]

Stock Exchange [New York Stock Exchange from Federal Hall.]

Opening of George Washington Bridge. Oct. 24, 1931

Opening of George Washington Bridge. Oct. 24, 1931

Stock Exchange

Stock Exchange

Washington Square

Washington Square

George Washington in Union Square.

George Washington in Union Square.

Statue of Washington, Union Square.

Statue of Washington, Union Square.

Washington Square Arch, Showing Judson Church

Washington Square Arch, Showing Judson Church

Williamsburgh Bridge Plaza, George Washington Statue. [Mayor's Committee to Welcome British & French War Commissions.]

Williamsburgh Bridge Plaza, George Washington Statue. [Mayor's Committee to Welcome British & French War Commissions.]

[Centennial celebration of Washington's inauguration.]

[Centennial celebration of Washington's inauguration.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue and Federal Building in background.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue and Federal Building in background.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue and Federal Building in background.]

[New York World's Fair. Constitution Mall with George Washington Statue and Federal Building in background.]

Wall Street and Nassau Street. U.S. Sub Treasury

Wall Street and Nassau Street. U.S. Sub Treasury

["George Washington", New York World's Fair.]

["George Washington", New York World's Fair.]

[U.S. Sub-Treasury.]

[U.S. Sub-Treasury.]

[U.S. Sub-Treasury.]

[U.S. Sub-Treasury.]

[People gathered near the Theme Center, New York World's Fair.]

[People gathered near the Theme Center, New York World's Fair.]

[People gathered near the Theme Center, New York World's Fair.]

[People gathered near the Theme Center, New York World's Fair.]

[George Washington statue, New York World's Fair.]

[George Washington statue, New York World's Fair.]

[George Washington statue, New York World's Fair.]

[George Washington statue, New York World's Fair.]

[Statue of George Washington with flags.]

[Statue of George Washington with flags.]

[Flags and a statue of George Washington.]

[Flags and a statue of George Washington.]

[George Washington statue.]

[George Washington statue.]

["The Four Freedoms" and a statue of George Washington in front of the Trylon and Perisphere.]

["The Four Freedoms" and a statue of George Washington in front of the Trylon and Perisphere.]

[Statue of George Washington, with flags in the foreground.]

[Statue of George Washington, with flags in the foreground.]

["Times and Fates of Man" sculpture in front of a statue of George Washington and the Federal Building.]

["Times and Fates of Man" sculpture in front of a statue of George Washington and the Federal Building.]

[Statue of George Washington.]

[Statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Time" sculpture and a statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Time" sculpture and a statue of George Washington.]

[Statue of George Washington and the Trylon and Perisphere.]

[Statue of George Washington and the Trylon and Perisphere.]

[Statue of George Washington with flags in the foreground.]

[Statue of George Washington with flags in the foreground.]

["Moods of Times" sculpture and a statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Times" sculpture and a statue of George Washington.]

["Four Freedoms" sculptures and a statue of George Washington in front of the Trylon and Perisphere.]

["Four Freedoms" sculptures and a statue of George Washington in front of the Trylon and Perisphere.]

[Band playing in front of the George Washington statue.]

[Band playing in front of the George Washington statue.]

["Moods of Time" sculptures in front of a statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Time" sculptures in front of a statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Time" sculptures in front of a statue of George Washington.]

["Moods of Time" sculptures in front of a statue of George Washington.]

Frontispiece for Albums

Frontispiece for Albums

Stock Exchange [Trinity Church from Federal Hall.]

Stock Exchange [Trinity Church from Federal Hall.]

Stock Exchange [New York Stock Exchange from Federal Hall.]

Stock Exchange [New York Stock Exchange from Federal Hall.]

George Washington Statue as seen through a Garland of Flags, New York's World's Fair

George Washington Statue as seen through a Garland of Flags, New York's World's Fair

Centennial Anniversary 1789-1889

Centennial Anniversary 1789-1889

1789 Inauguration - 1889 Centennial

1789 Inauguration - 1889 Centennial

George Washington Bicentennial 1732- 1932

George Washington Bicentennial 1732- 1932

On Dec. 4, 1783, Washington, in Fraunce's Tavern, at the corner of Pearl and Broad Streets, formally bade farewell to his officers before proceeding to Annapolis to resign his commission.

On Dec. 4, 1783, Washington, in Fraunce's Tavern, at the corner of Pearl and Broad Streets, formally bade farewell to his officers before proceeding to Annapolis to resign his commission.

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.

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.

George Washington

George Washington

Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y.

Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y.

1789 - Washington - 1889;

1789 - Washington - 1889;

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