[Woolworth Building from the Manhattan Municipal Building]
City Hall Park
Burning of the City Hall New York
On the night of the 17th of August 1858.
City Hall and Vicinity. New York City.
View of the Park Fountain & City Hall, N.Y.
City Hall and Park
[City Hall Park Looking East Toward Park Row, ca.1899]
New York City Hall, Park and Environs
Men on the steps of City Hall]
Grand Funeral Procession in Memory of Gen. Jackson.
As it started from the City Hall New York June 24th, 1845.
233 Broadway. Woolworth Building, final view.
City Hall & Park, New York.
Pub. by Brooklyn Postcard Co.
N.Y. City Hall Rotunda
City Hall Park 250th Anniversary
City Hall, City Hall Park, Broadway from Park Place to Warren Street
Municipal Bldg. & City Hall
[Street Scene with City Hall.]
Crowded street near City Hall. Trolley, horse-drawn carriage and statue of Benjamin Franklin are visible....
Facade of New York's City Hall, taken from above.
Tearing Down Hall of Records
Subway Opening, Oct. 27, 1904
Crowd of men gathered by subway entrance near City Hall.
Uniformed police officers depart City Hall to attend the opening ceremony.
City Hall and Municipal Building. NYC.
From park opposite.
[Photomontage of an Ocean Liner on a View of City Hall, N.Y.]
View 1899 Northest from Park Row & Broadway.
Bird's eye view from the Park Row Building, of the City Hall area; view of Chambers Street before the...
View-Manhattan-1899 N.W. from Park Row Building.
Bird's eye from the Park Row Building of Broadway, City Hall and the Tweed Courthouse; view of Chambers...
Mayor Strong Presenting Life Saving Medal Oct. 8, 1896. City Hall.
Mayor Strong presenting a medal to Rudolph Confield as an acknowledgment for saving two people's lives;...
[City Hall and Municipal Building.]
View facing north, probably from the U.S. Post Office on City Hall Park, of City Hall, the Tweed Courthouse...
[City Hall and the Municipal Building.]
City Hall, the Tweed Courthouse and the Municipal Building.
Facing north, probably from the U.S. Post Office on City Hall Park, of City Hall, the Tweed Courthouse...
City Hall, overhead view
[Broadway North from Vesey St.]
Broadway looking north at Vesey St. with the Astor House visible on the left. To the right is the U.S....
Newspaper Row, City Hall Park
View of City Hall Park with the buildings of Park Row ("Newspaper Row") left to right: Pulitzer Building...
City Hall, from 19th century engraving
New York City Hall, 1917. [Mayor's Committee to Welcome British & French War Commissions.]
William O'Dwyer--Mayor of N.Y.
Photographs of Mayor William O'Dwyer at work at City Hall and around the city, as well as at home at...
City Hall and Park Row - 1831
Engraved for the Society of Iconophiles by Walter M. Aikman from a Water-Color Sketch by J. W. Hill.
[You are respectfully invited to accompany the Common Council of the City of New York, to view the Public Institutions, and to Dine with them.]
August 10, 1833
City of New York Inaugural Ceremonies
January 1, 1998
City of New York 1998 Inaugural Ceremonies
[City of New York 1998 Inaugural Ceremonies.]
[City of New York inaugural ceremony.]
January 1, 1978
Plan of Councilmen's Chamber
President James Hayes.
Plan of Aldermen's Chamber
President John T. Henry.
Diagram of the Councilmen's Chamber
Benjamin F. Pinckney, President.
City Hall, Wall St. N.Y.
Erected in 1700, demolished 1812. A British prison during the Revolution. No. 2, Aug. B. Sage's historical...
City Hall New York
In unitate fortitudo.
The City of New York - 1609-1930
Presented by the Mayor of the City of New York, Honorable James J. Walker, in commemoration of the Mayor's...
Presentation of Medals to Members of the Fire and Police Departments for distinguished service in the performance of duty during 1937
June 1, 1938
Ceremonies Attending the Reception of the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty
June 15, 1885. Common Council invitation.
Celebration on the Completion of the Erie Canal
Meet at City Hall and proceed in the steam boat to Sandy Hook.
Meet at City Hall on Friday, November 4, 1825, and proceed in the steam boat to Sandy Hook. Invitation...
W. Van Arsdale
Coupe, No. 141. Office, 166 East 33rd Street. Mayors' office, No. 7 City Hall.
Official Reception to His Eminence John Cardinal Bonzano
June 15, 1926
Official Reception to Mrs. Clemington Corson, Jr.
First mother to swim the English Channel. September 10, 1926
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.
City of New York Inaugural Ceremonies 2006
January 1, 2006
Reception to His Royal Highness Edward Prince of Wales
November 18, 1919. Invitation for Franklin Mott Warner.
Reception to Their Majesties Albert I, King of the Belgians and Queen Elizabeth
October 3, 1919