https://collections.mcny.org/Collection/Tree of Hope-24UAKVRHTHTH.html Larger imageX2011.4.12043Karl BissingerLook magazineTree of HopeDate:1950Photographs of a young boy posing by the stump of the Tree of Hope on 131st Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Also depicts the tree's plaque, reading, "Tree of Hope, Beloved by the People of Harlem. 'You Asked for a Tree of Hope, so here 'tis. Best wishes.' Bill Robinson." Date of assignment June 21, 1950. Contact print frames: 25contact sheetcontact printObject Dimensions 2 1/4 x 5 in: Object Dimensions 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 in: Object Dimensions 8 x 10 inOther views:View AllFile dimensions:5276px × 5500pxAdd to lightboxKeywords:Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard (New York, N.Y.)BoysHarlem (New York, N.Y.)One Hundred Thirty-first Street (New York, N.Y.)PlaquesSeventh Avenue (Manhattan, New York, N.Y.)Treesview related galleriesEyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK CollectionRestrictions:These images are for reference purposes only and have not been digitized in high resolution as part of the Museum’s digital project. For more information, please visit the Eyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK Collection webpage.