[Plaque on Statue of Liberty.]
[Amsterdam Avenue, Columbia University.]
[Plaque for the Emma Hartley endowment.]
[Plaque honoring soldiers killed in war.]
[Detail of a plaque on the Statue of Liberty.]
[Split Rock, Pelham Bay Park.]
[Plaque at Reformed Dutch Church.]
[9 mile stone.]
Stone marking distance (9 miles) to New York.
[Marker for the Hamilton-Burr duel.]
[Fort George Tablet, Battery Park.]
Anemograph in the Lobby of the Daily News Building.
Close-up view of the anemograph, which registers both wind velocity and wind direction, in the lobby...
Plaque in the Lobby of the Daily News Building.
Close-up view of a plaque in the lobby of the Daily News Building, which reads: "The News Building /...
United Nations Plaque in the Daily News Building.
Close-up view of the United Nations plaque in the lobby of the Daily News Building, which shows a map...
[Plaque on St. Stephen's United Methodist Church, Marble Hill Avenue]
A plaque commemorating Kings Bridge and Fort Prince Charles.
[Plaque on iron railing marking site of original Kingsbridge]
Close up view of plaque marking the site of the original Kings Bridge which reads: "Northwest of this...
[History of Liberty Place plaque]
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Public School 10 Manhattan Alumni Association Bulletin
Vol. 29, No. 5. July, 1966. 924 West End Avenue.
Dedication of the Memorial Plaque at the Site of P. S. 10, Manhattan
June 21, 1966. Invitation for Sylvan Katz.
Unveiling of Plaque Commemorating Seventieth Anniversary Founding of P. S. 10, Manhattan
June 21, 1966 at 131 St. Nicholas Ave. (117th St.), a low-rent development of the New York City Housing...
[Church. Interior, detail of floor.]
Rockefeller Center. British Empire Building, detail of entrance.
[New York Public Library, Harlem branch.]
[Church of St. John the Evangelist.]
[Plaque at Federal Hall Memorial.]
[Federal Hall Memorial Tablet.]
[Tablet on New York Cotton Exchange.]
[Plaque at Golden Hill.]
[9 Mile Stone, in St. Nicholas Park.]
[Plaque on west side of Stone Street.]
[Plaque on South Ferry Building.]
[Plaque on 115 Broadway, corner of Thames Street.]
[Site of first printing press in New York by William Bradford in 1693.]
[Plaque placed in error at 10 Pearl Street to mark the site of the first city hall, which was actually at 73 Pearl Street.]
[Tablet and inscription on building at 15 Maiden Lane.]
[Presbyterian Church of the Sea and Land.]
[On Marketfield Street, corner of Broad Street.]
[Stone tablet inscription about the history of Nassau Street.]
[Plaque just west of entrance to 17 John Street.]
Marks the location of John Street Theatre.
[Criminal Court Building, entrance from Lafayette Street.]
[Criminal Courts Building, main floor, general session.]
[228 Cherry Street.]
[Plaque honoring Seth Low at Columbia University.]
[City Hall Park, near Lexington Avenue subway entrance.]
[Flagpole tablet, City Hall Park.]
[Tablet in New York City Hall.]
[Plaque--Edgar Allen Poe.]
[Tablet bas-relief of Peter Cooper in Cooper Institute.]
[In Battery Park near Barge Office, found on the site of 55 Broadway corner of Exchange Alley.]
[In Battery Park near Barge Office found on the site of 55 Broadway corner of Exchange Alley.]
[Evangeline Booth and the last survivor of the seven women pioneers who founded the work of the Salvation Army in the United States.]
[Fort Clinton (Aquarium), Battery.]
[Broadway, Bowling Green.]
[Tablet for Marinus Willett on Broad Street and Beaver Street.]
[Table for Marinus Willet on Broad Street and Beaver Street.]
[Tablet on building of International Telephone Co., Broad and William Streets.]
[41 Broadway, site of first habitation by white men on Manhattan Island, built in 1613 by Adrian Block.]