New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series consists of 16 volumes of the report titled "All The Children" written by the Superintendent of Schools
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Consists of 83 volumes of the "Civil List," 1950-1960, published by the City Record Office. Each volume measures approximately 10 1/2"x16 1/2.".
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Consists of 8 volumes of the publication "Collections of the New-York Historical Society" for the years 1809-1868
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Series consists of two bound volumes entitled "Historical Facts in Connection with New York City Bridges", compiled around 1920 and contains historical material on the 56 bridges currently within the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation's Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond bridge section. These volumes document the original need and intention of these structures, their progress in construction, and early alterations. Each volume also contains a brief history of each bridge, statistical information on materials used in construction, labor costs, engineering drawings and photographs
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Series is comprised of 73 photographic prints depicting events and personalities at the 1939 World's Fair in Flushing Meadow, Queens. The photographs were donated by Sydelle Rosenthal
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Correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, charts, maps, news clippings, press releases, and minutes of meetings of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the New York World's Fair Corporation. Most material relates to proposals for post-Fair demolition or continued use of facilities constructed for the Fair. Engineers of the Topographical Bureau advised borough president on highways and other construction related to the Fair
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Accession is comprised of a 16" x 7" volume detailing the fees of criers and bell ringers at various court sessions throughout the state of New York. The volume contains 170 numbered pages. On its flyleaf it bears this holographic inscription: "Accounts belonging to Bartholomew Skaatys crier to the Supreme Court in the City of New York made out & drawn off for him by William VanWoert, Nov. 13, 1809.".
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