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Bank of Industry, will pay to C. Alwaise 646 Honors, on the 23rd day of January

Bank of Industry, will pay to C. Alwaise 646 Honors, on the 23rd day of January

Issued November 3, 1856 by Morrisania Public School, School District No. 1, Town of West Farms.

Washington Irving High School Programme of Graduating Exercises

Washington Irving High School Programme of Graduating Exercises

June 24, 1908

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Walter Miller by New York Public School No. 11 in March 1841.

Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dept. of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dept. of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

February 9, 1871 at Spingler House.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to James Failing by New York Public School No. 3 in March 1857.

[Testimonial to attendance, deportment and recitation.]

[Testimonial to attendance, deportment and recitation.]

Awarded to Cora Alwaise by Morrisania Public School No. 3-D No. 1, town of West Farms, on January 1,...

[The following named teacher was declared "fit and meritorious".]

[The following named teacher was declared "fit and meritorious".]

Issued to Henrietta E. Lawrence by the Department of Education, City of New York, District No. 3, on...

Official Program - the National Public School Celebration of Columbus Day

Official Program - the National Public School Celebration of Columbus Day

October 21, 1892. From Public School 47, also known as the Old 12th Street School.

[Flatlands Public School.]

[Flatlands Public School.]


Street Vendors, 1898.  Hester Street.

Street Vendors, 1898. Hester Street.

Shoppers, mostly women, are seen looking at merchandise in carts or wagons of street vendors. Piles...

Street Vendors, 1898 Hester St.

Street Vendors, 1898 Hester St.

Hester Street showing street vendors lined up along the sidewalk selling merchandise from carts and wagons....

De Witt Clinton High School Class Day Exercises

De Witt Clinton High School Class Day Exercises

140 West 102nd Street. June 22, 1903

Graduating Exercises of the De Witt Clinton High School

Graduating Exercises of the De Witt Clinton High School

Assembly hall of the Wadleigh High School. June 24, 1903

The Graduating Exercises of the De Witt Clinton High School of New York City

The Graduating Exercises of the De Witt Clinton High School of New York City

To be held at the assembly hall of the Wadleigh High School. June 24, 1903

The DeWitt Clinton High School, Borough of Manhattan. Fourth Annual Graduating Exercises

The DeWitt Clinton High School, Borough of Manhattan. Fourth Annual Graduating Exercises

June 24, 1903 in the assembly hall of the Wadleigh High School.

First Real Minstrel Show given by the Senior Class of the De Witt Clinton High School

First Real Minstrel Show given by the Senior Class of the De Witt Clinton High School

June 22, 1903

Class Day Exercises of the Senior Class, De Witt Clinton High School

Class Day Exercises of the Senior Class, De Witt Clinton High School

June 22, 1903. 140 West 102nd Street.

Public School 105 in Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Public School 105 in Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Boys taking a lunch break at the vacation playground of Public School 105 in the Bronx Park.

Main Entrance of Public School 153 Bronx.

Main Entrance of Public School 153 Bronx.


Kingston Avenue and Winthrop Street. Gen. Wingate, Jr., High School.

Kingston Avenue and Winthrop Street. Gen. Wingate, Jr., High School.


Public School 154 in the Bronx. Cooking Room - 5th Story.

Public School 154 in the Bronx. Cooking Room - 5th Story.

The kitchen interior of Public School 154 located in the Bronx.

Main Entrance of Public School 153 Bronx.

Main Entrance of Public School 153 Bronx.


Public School 154 Bronx, Northeast.

Public School 154 Bronx, Northeast.


P.S. 32 Brooklyn, Vacation Schools, August 13th 1902.

P.S. 32 Brooklyn, Vacation Schools, August 13th 1902.

Girls at desks holding up clothes made for dolls.

Public School 137 Brooklyn, South west.

Public School 137 Brooklyn, South west.

Public School 137 in Brooklyn, the corner of Chauncey Street and Saratoga Avenue.

Public School 105 from Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Public School 105 from Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Boys from Public School 105 lining up for a game at the vacation playground at Bronx-Park.

Public School 128 Brooklyn, South east (Front).

Public School 128 Brooklyn, South east (Front).


P.S. 32 Brooklyn, Vacation Schools, August 13th 1902.

P.S. 32 Brooklyn, Vacation Schools, August 13th 1902.

Girls at desks holding up clothes made for dolls.

Public School 105 from Manhattam in the vacation playground in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Public School 105 from Manhattam in the vacation playground in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Group portrait of boys from Public School 105 at the vacation playground at Bronx-Park.

Public School 105 from Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Public School 105 from Manhattan at the vacation playgrounds in Bronx-Park. August 19th 1902.

Boys from Public School 105 playing a running game at the vacation playground at Bronx-Park.

A Good Boy.

A Good Boy.

Issued by the Department of Public Instruction, City of New York, Primary School No. 53.

Second Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Second Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

St. Cloud Hotel, January 18, 1872.

Second Annual Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dept. of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Second Annual Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dept. of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

January 18, 1872 at Saint Cloud Hotel.S. B. Pinckney's Print, 17 Dey Street.

Second Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14

Second Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14

St. Cloud Hotel, January 18, 1872. Admit Mr. George C. Lay, Jr.

Fourth Annual Re-Union Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Fourth Annual Re-Union Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Union Square Hotel, January 29, 1874.

Third Annual Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Third Annual Re-Union of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

St. Cloud Hotel, February 20, 1873.

Third Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dep't of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

Third Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Dep't of Grammar School No. 14, New York City

St. Cloud Hotel, February 20, 1873.

Third Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14

Third Annual Banquet of the Associate Alumni of the Male Department of Grammar School No. 14

St. Cloud Hotel, February 20, 1873. Admit Mr. George C. Lay, Jr.

Graduation Exercises of Public School 64

Graduation Exercises of Public School 64

June 24, 1920

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to James Failing by New-York Public School No. 3 in June 1857.

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to punctuality, deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to John Kavanaugh by Primary School No. 24 in February 1892.

[Certificate of completion of ten lessons in weaving.]

[Certificate of completion of ten lessons in weaving.]

Issued to Henrietta E. Lawrence by Public School No. 6. in February 1900.

[Appointment to Assistant Teacher in Grammar School No. 92.]

[Appointment to Assistant Teacher in Grammar School No. 92.]

Issued to Henrietta E. Lawrence on September 29, 1893.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to William White by Public School No. 4 in the 7th Ward of Brooklyn on October 31, 1850.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Charlotte Lowenstein by Primary School No. 20 in the 13th Ward in September 1859.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Charles Ward by Primary School No. 36 in December 1864.

[Testimonial to punctual and regular attendance and correct deportment.]

[Testimonial to punctual and regular attendance and correct deportment.]

Awarded by Public Primary School No. 41 to Catharine Lilkin on November 30, 1852.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to William Lilkins by New York Public School No. 12 in January 1845.

Graduating Exercises of the Class of 1882, Grammar School, No. 47

Graduating Exercises of the Class of 1882, Grammar School, No. 47

June 28, 1882

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Martemus Knowles by Public School No. 5 in October 1858.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to Mary Trembitsky by Public School No. 63 in Brooklyn in November 1906.

Record of John Jas. Cahill, a pupil of Class 1, Grade 1

Record of John Jas. Cahill, a pupil of Class 1, Grade 1

Issued by Grammar School No. 57, Male Department, for the month of September, 1869.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer by Grammar School No. 38 on March 16, 1866.

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

[Testimonial to industry, punctuality and good conduct.]

Awarded to Alice Sowdon by Public School No. 16 in Brooklyn in May 1884.

Record of Hattie [Harriet] Heyer

Record of Hattie [Harriet] Heyer

Issued by Grammar School No. 38, Female Department, in September 1869.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer by Grammar School No. 38 on June 3, 1864.

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

[Testimonial to regular and punctual attendance, correct deportment and diligent attention to study.]

Awarded to Harriet Heyer in September 1860 from Public Education Primary Department No. 3.

Record of Hattie [Harriet] Heyer

Record of Hattie [Harriet] Heyer

Issued by Grammar School No. 38 in February 1866.

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