Faunce Tavern [Fraunces Tavern]
Fraunces Tavern, Built in 1700. Broad and Pearl Streets.
[Fraunces Tavern, corner of Pearl & Broad.]
[Fraunce's Tavern, Washington's headquarters.]
[Fraunces Tavern, Broad and Pearl Streets.]
[Broad Street, Fraunces Tavern.]
[Fraunces Tavern, where George Washington took leave of his officers, December 4, 1783.]
[Drexel Building, corner of Wall Street and Broad Street, built 1872, torn down in 1914.]
List of John De Lancey's expenses
On Dec. 4, 1783, Washington, in Fraunce's Tavern, at the corner of Pearl and Broad Streets, formally bade farewell to his officers before proceeding to Annapolis to resign his commission.
U.S. Assay Office. Wall St. Built in 1823.
Fraunces Tavern, New York.
[Leather Manufacturer's National Bank, 29 Wall Street; Pearl and Broad Street.]
Hussey's Special Message Post
Fraunce's Tavern. New York.