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Centennial Anniversary 1789-1889

Centennial Anniversary 1789-1889


[George Washington.]

[George Washington.]


4th July, 1776, Washington - 4th, July 1865, Lincoln

4th July, 1776, Washington - 4th, July 1865, Lincoln


Opening of George Washington Bridge. Oct. 24, 1931

Opening of George Washington Bridge. Oct. 24, 1931

Includes button with portrait of George Washington.

[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]

[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]


[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]

[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]


[George Washington statue in Union Square.]

[George Washington statue in Union Square.]


[Statue of George Washington in Union Square,]

[Statue of George Washington in Union Square,]


[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]

[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]


1789 Inauguration - 1889 Centennial

1789 Inauguration - 1889 Centennial


1789 - Washington - 1889;

1789 - Washington - 1889;

Metal axe souvenirs of the Washington Centennial Celebration, 1899.

[Various scenes including the New York Merchants' Exchange and the Philadelphia Exchange, with portraits of politicians and landscapes.]

[Various scenes including the New York Merchants' Exchange and the Philadelphia Exchange, with portraits of politicians and landscapes.]


G. Washington 1776

G. Washington 1776

Liberty, Prosperity

Centennial Inauguration 1789 - 1889

Centennial Inauguration 1789 - 1889

New York City - April 30th, 1889 - First in war, first in peace and first in the heart of his countrymen....

The Bronx River Powder Mills

The Bronx River Powder Mills


[Washington's Inauguration.]

[Washington's Inauguration.]


George Washington at Valley Forge.

George Washington at Valley Forge.


Williamsburgh Bridge Plaza, George Washington Statue. [Mayor's Committee to Welcome British & French War Commissions.]

Williamsburgh Bridge Plaza, George Washington Statue. [Mayor's Committee to Welcome British & French War Commissions.]


[Washington's Headquarters.]

[Washington's Headquarters.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Spectators at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Spectators at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Speakers at the Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Benjamin Harrison speaking at the Washington Centennial Celebration.]

[Benjamin Harrison speaking at the Washington Centennial Celebration.]


[Float in Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Float in Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[The Edison United Manufacturing building decorated for the Washington Centennial Celebration.]

[The Edison United Manufacturing building decorated for the Washington Centennial Celebration.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]

[Washington Centennial Celebration Parade.]


[Union Square, George Washington Statue in foreground.]

[Union Square, George Washington Statue in foreground.]


[Union Square with George Washington Statue.]

[Union Square with George Washington Statue.]


[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]

[George Washington Statue in Union Square.]

Shows the Union Square Hotel and Union Square Bank in the background.

[Statue of George Washington in Union Square Park.]

[Statue of George Washington in Union Square Park.]

Statue by Henry Kirke Brown with John Q.A. Ward.

[Union Square, with George Washington Statue.]

[Union Square, with George Washington Statue.]


George Washington Bicentennial 1732- 1932

George Washington Bicentennial 1732- 1932


Washington was inaugurated on April 30, 1789, in Federal Hall. The oath of office was administered to him by Chancellor Livingston from the balcony facing Broad Street.

Washington was inaugurated on April 30, 1789, in Federal Hall. The oath of office was administered to him by Chancellor Livingston from the balcony facing Broad Street.

Copyright 1914, by Col. J. St. Clair, New York.

Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y.

Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y.


I Can Not Tell a Lie;

I Can Not Tell a Lie;

Metal axe souvenir of the Washington Centennial Celebration, 1889.;

Frontispiece for Albums

Frontispiece for Albums


[Centennial celebration of Washington's inauguration.]

[Centennial celebration of Washington's inauguration.]

April 29 - May 1, 1889. Unbound photograph album; prints mounted on board.

A Presidential Reception in 1789.

A Presidential Reception in 1789.

By General and Mrs. Washington.

Washington.

Washington.

First in Valor, Wisdom and Virtue.

Washington and Lincoln.

Washington and Lincoln.


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