The Funeral of the Rt. Rev. Father in God, William Heathcote De Lancey, Tuesday in Holy Week, April 11, 1865
Last Tribute to our Dead Hero.
August 8, 1885
Order of the Procession [of the funeral of Abraham Lincoln.]
Last Tribute to Our Dead Hero.
August 8, 1885. Containing order of procession, line of march, names of distinguished mourners, his early...
In Memoriam of the Funeral Obsequies of Ulysses S. Grant.
August 8, 1885. Line of march, first division, the catafalque, second division, third division, naval...
Fifth Avenue [Fifth Avenue, 23rd Street to 39th Street]
Funeral of Ulysses S. Grant. August 8, 1885. Looking South from 33rd Street | J. Clarence Davies Street...
Broadway and 13th Street [Broadway & 12th Street to Broadway & Madison Square]
General Grant's Funeral, August 8, 1885, passing Broadway and 13th Street. | J. Clarence Davies Street...
Procession of the Worth Funeral - Nov. 25 1857
A. Weingärtner's Lithy. N.Y.; After Worth's death in 1849, his body was temporarily interred at The Green-Wood...
The Funeral of President Lincoln, New York, April 25th 1865.
Passing Union Square.
Broadway - City Hall Park [Broadway & City Hall to Broadway & Mail Street]
Broadway at the Astor House. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
Broadway and Grand Street [Broadway & Howard Street to Broadway & 10th Street.]
Broadway and Grand Streets: Lincoln's Funeral. 1865. | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
New York City, Funeral of a Killed Cop Who Was Shot in the Line of Duty, 1979
Funeral of M[c]Carrren - A. Belmont, Judge Parker, Linn Bruce
Matthew Linn Bruce.
The O'Connell Funeral Procession, in the New-York, Sept 22nd, 1847.
The Magnificent Car was drawn by 12 grey horses, richly Caparisoned with black Cloth, trimmed with Silver,...
Grand Funeral Procession in Memory of Gen. Jackson.
As it started from the City Hall New York June 24th, 1845.
Funeral Ceremonies in honor of the late Hon. Henry Clay
July 20, 1852
Arrangements in honor of the memory of James Monroe
On the occasion of the removal of his remains from New York to Virginia, July 2, 1858.
Funeral Ceremonies in honor of the late Gen. Zachary Taylor.
July 23, 1850