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Fancy dress ball at Tammany Hall, Nov. 15, '06.
Churches, Group of 12 Ladies in Colonial Costumes at Marble Collegiate Church, 29th Street & 5th Avenue.
Children's Playground on Ellis Island (roof garden). The Children of detained or waiting immigrants.
Washington Square Arch, Showing Judson Church
The First Patriotic Election in The Beach Street Industrial School - parlor in John Ericsson's old house.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
The Jewish girl with the flag.
Sons of the Rev., Annapolis, Md.
Flag Factory, Making United States Flags.
Patriotic Election in Mott Street Industrial School, "One Flag!".
Social Functions, Fancy Dress Ball at Tammany Hall.
[Raising the flag.]
Victory Parade, girls marching wearing flag dresses, 105th Street
Victory celebration banner, "Our Boys - God Bless Them," Sullivan St. looking south towards Bleecker St.
Billboards, "War Bonds in Action"/Bowery Savings Bank
A Song, made by a Dutch Lady at the Hague, for the Sailors of the American Vessels at Amsterdam. June 1779. Another, made by a Dutch Gentleman, at Amsterdam, to be sung by the same, on the 4 of July.
B. T. Babbitt's 1776
Bauer's Trade Mark Tar Syrup
Per la Liberazione
Remember! The Flag of Liberty Support It!
The Minute Men of To-Day Are Going to Plattsburgh
"Our Jolly Tars so brave and true"
Ever Victorious, The Symbol of Liberty and Justice to all Mankind.
I Am Telling You
Fancy dress ball at Tamany Hall, Nov. 15, '06.
[Group with Unle Sam, a sailor, a child, Miss Columbia and Miss New York.]
[Franklin D. Roosevelt.]
United We Stand, Divided We Fall
Third Liberty Loan Campaign
Are You 100% American? Prove It!
Keep These off the U.S.A.