[Patriots pulling down the statue of George III in Bowling Green.]
[Equitable Building with demolished rooftop.]
The Equitable Building on Pine Street after the fire of 1912.
[Destruction of Wallabout Market.]
After the repeal of the Stamp Act, the people erected in Bowling Green, in 1770, a leaden statue of George III, which the patroits pulled down July 9, 1776, and melted into bullets.
Copyright 1914, by Col. J. St. Clair, New York.
As the Reds Want It.
P.S. #3, Burned Feb. 1905
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Illustration of a Great Event in the History of the City of New York.
A splendid engraving, pulling down the statue of King George III at Bowling Green. New York, July 9,...
Pulling Down the Statue of George III by "The Sons of Freedom".
At the Bowling Green of New York July 1776. Published by John McRae 691 Broadway, New York. Entered According...
La destruction de la statue royale a Nouvelle Yorck. Die Zerstörung der königlichen Bild säule zu Neu Yorck
[Windsor Hotel Fire.]
Float - Destruction of the Statue of George III.
Triangle Fire (March 25, 1911)
This painting depicts the fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company on March 25, 1911 that took the lives...
At the Bowling Green of New York July 1776. Painted by Johannes A. Oertal. Engraved by John C. McRae....
Burning of the Merchants' Exchange, New York, December 16th &17th, 1835.
Painted on the spot by Nicolino Calyo.;