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Spoon
1896-1940
2009.28.14
Spoon
1912-26
2009.28.15
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.16
Spoon
ca. 1897
2009.28.17
Spoon
1891-ca.1920
2009.28.18
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1905
2009.28.19
Spoon
ca. 1895
2009.28.20
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.21
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.22
Spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.23
Spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.24
Spoon
1898
2009.28.25
Spoon
ca. 1895
2009.28.26
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.27
Spoon
ca. 1893
2009.28.28
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.29
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.30
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1920
2009.28.31
Spoon
1912
2009.28.32
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.33
Spoon
2009.28.34
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1891
2009.28.35
Spoon
1893-1923
2009.28.36
Spoon
ca.1895
2009.28.37
Spoon
ca. 1931
2009.28.38
Spoon
1886-1919
2009.28.39
Spoon
1915
2009.28.40
Spoon
1913-1921
2009.28.41
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1919
2009.28.42
Spoon
1913-ca. 1920
2009.28.43
Spoon
ca. 1913
2009.28.44
Spoon
ca. 1915
2009.28.45
Spoon
ca. 1908
2009.28.46
Spoon
1937
2009.28.47
Spoon
ca. 1913
2009.28.48
Spoon
ca. 1931
2009.28.49
Spoon
2009.28.50
Spoon
ca. 1933
2009.28.51
Spoon
ca. 1931
2009.28.52
Spoon
1939
2009.28.53
Spoon
ca. 1919
2009.28.54
Spoon
1902-1905
2009.28.55
Spoon
1902-1905
2009.28.56
Spoon
1902-ca. 1920
2009.28.57
Spoon
ca. 1902
2009.28.58
Spoon
1902-ca. 1920
2009.28.59
Spoon
1879-1905
2009.28.60
Spoon
1902-1923
2009.28.61
Spoon
ca. 1902
2009.28.62
Spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.63
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.64
Spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.65
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.66
Spoon
1913-ca. 1920
2009.28.67
Spoon
1902-1905
2009.28.68
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.69
Spoon
1881-1915
2009.28.70
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1899
2009.28.71
Spoon
1909-1920
2009.28.72
Spoon
1881-1915
2009.28.73
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.74
Spoon
1902-1923
2009.28.75
Spoon
ca. 1890-1931
2009.28.76
Spoon
1893
2009.28.77
Spoon
1908-1920
2009.28.78
Spoon
1891-1905
2009.28.79
Spoon
1909-ca. 1920
2009.28.80
Spoon
ca. 1913
2009.28.81
Spoon
ca. 1898
2009.28.82
Spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.83
Spoon
ca. 1908
2009.28.84
Spoon
ca. 1911
2009.28.85
Spoon
1911-1923
2009.28.86
Spoon
ca. 1908
2009.28.87
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1911
2009.28.88
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.89
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.90
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.91
Spoon
1890-1905
2009.28.92
Spoon
ca. 1911
2009.28.93
Spoon
ca. 1897
2009.28.94
Spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.95
Spoon
1894
2009.28.96
Spoon
1911-ca. 1920
2009.28.97
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.98
Spoon
ca. 1909
2009.28.99
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.100
Spoon
ca. 1909
2009.28.101
Spoon
ca. 1892
2009.28.102
Spoon
1892-1915
2009.28.103
Spoon
ca. 1903
2009.28.104
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.105
Spoon
ca. 1899
2009.28.106
Spoon
1912
2009.28.107
Spoon
ca. 1899
2009.28.108
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.109
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.110
Spoon
ca. 1892
2009.28.111
Souvenir spoon
1897
2009.28.112
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.113
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.114
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.115
Spoon
ca. 1905
2009.28.116
Spoon
1892-1923
2009.28.117
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.118
Spoon
1892-1915
2009.28.119
Spoon
1902-1920
2009.28.120
Spoon
1911-1920
2009.28.121
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.122
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.123
Spoon
ca. 1891
2009.28.124
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.125
Spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.126
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.127
Spoon
1903-1923
2009.28.128
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.129
Spoon
1896-1940
2009.28.130
Spoon
1902-1920
2009.28.131
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.132
Spoon
ca. 1899
2009.28.133
Spoon
1886-1919
2009.28.134
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.135
Spoon
ca. 1894
2009.28.136
Spoon
1892-1923
2009.28.137
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.138
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.139
Spoon
1886-1919
2009.28.140
Spoon
ca. 1940
2009.28.141
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.142
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.143
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.144
Spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.145
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.146
Spoon
1892-1923
2009.28.147
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.148
Spoon
ca. 1915
2009.28.149
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1900
2009.28.150
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.151
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.152
Spoon
2009.28.153
Spoon
ca. 1915
2009.28.154
Spoon
1933
2009.28.155
Spoon
1908
2009.28.156
Spoon
1886-1919
2009.28.157
Spoon
ca. 1918
2009.28.158
Spoon
1939
2009.28.159
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.160
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.161
Spoon
1890-1915
2009.28.162
Spoon
1904
2009.28.163
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1910
2009.28.164
Spoon
ca. 1905
2009.28.165
Spoon
1911-1920
2009.28.166
Spoon
1911-1920
2009.28.167
Spoon
1885-1905
2009.28.168
Spoon
ca. 1909
2009.28.169
Spoon
1909-1920
2009.28.170
Souvenir spoon
ca. 1905
2009.28.171
Spoon
ca. 1907
2009.28.172
Spoon
1890-1940
2009.28.173
Spoon
ca. 1904
2009.28.174
Spoon
1913-1920
2009.28.175
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.176
Spoon
1891-ca. 1920
2009.28.177
Spoon
ca. 1890
2009.28.178
Spoon
ca. 1892
2009.28.179
Spoon
1912-1920
2009.28.180
Spoon
1890-1920
2009.28.181
Spoon
1898
2009.28.182
Spoon
2009.28.183
Spoon
c. 1892
2009.28.184
Spoon
1927
2009.28.185
Spoon
1908-1920
2009.28.186
Spoon
1891-1940
2009.28.187
The Great West
1859
LIB.F593.D17.1857
Reynolds's political map of the United States
1856
LIB.NS4.M32.5.20
Volunteers wanted! An attack on Washington anticipated!!...
1861
LIB.SY.1861.133
Ossawattomie Brown
ca. 1859
LIB.PS699.Box.S9738.O7
Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court
1859
LIB.SY.1859.107
The New national air. "Nigger Doodle Dandy." : Air--."Yankee Doodle."
1864
LIB.SY1865.300
The N. O. massacre
1866
LIB.SY.1866.43
A Song for the times, or John Brown
1860-1870
LIB.SY.B1860.104
Grant's the man.
1864
LIB.SY.B1864.133
An elementary course of civil engineering
1846
LIB.TA145.M34.1837
The Campaigns of General Robert E. Lee
1872
LIB.XL.Box2.Early
The Commander-in-Chief Conciliating the Soldier's Votes on the Battle Field
1864
PR.010.1864.28
"Columbia Demands Her Children"
1864
PR.010.1864.30
The Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant
1885-1886
LIB.XL.CT.G763.A3
Republican campaign song: Lincoln & Hamlin
1860
LIB.SY.B1860.411
Ye book of copperheads
1863
LIB.XS.E647.L52.1863
A Bad Egg
1852
PR.010.1852.3
Print # 28, Cave life in Vicksburg during the Siege
1863
PR.010.1.30
Print # 22, Gen's Stuart return from Pennsylvania
1863
PR.010.1.24
Print # 24, Prayer in Stonewall Jackson's camp
1863
PR.010.1.26
Print # 3, Writing the Emancipation Proclamation
1863
PR.010.1.05
North East View of St. Louis from the Illinois Shore
1840
PR.020.FF.10
South East View of St. Louis from the Illinois Shore
1840
PR.020.FF.11
Fort Hamilton Polka Redowa
1852
PR.020.1.1
The Lost Cause
1871
PR.068.19
Battle of Sierra Gordo, April 17th & 18th 1847 Between Gen'l Scott & Santa Anna
ca. 1845
PR.068.25
At the Battle of Palo Alto
1846
PR.068.24
Major Gen'l Z. Taylor Before Monterey
1848
PR.068.27
Ely Parker
Late 1860s
PR.011.4
Robert E. Lee and Staff: The Military medallion
1866
PR.164.11.104.LeeStaff
The Dead at Gettysburg
ca. 1863
PR.164.4.38.GettysburgDead
Seat of War and Battles
PR.068.23
Lincoln visits General McClellan at Antietam
1862, published later
PR.065.778.5
Special artist of Harper's Weekly sketching battle field of Gettysburg
1863
PR.065.777.1
Telegram from Fair Oaks, Virginia to Edwin Vose Sumner
1862
MSS.War1861-1865.Dolan.2.McCle
Ulysses S. Grant at Cold Harbor
1864
PR.052.56.GrantUniform.Photos.
The Council of War
PR.052.LincolnStaff.Med.Counci
Letter home from a Union nurse concerning a contraband slave
March 4th, 1862
MSS.AHMC.Blunt,Sarah
Contraband Camp -- Harper's Ferry, VA
1865
PR.065.815.7
A Group of "Contrabands"
1861-1865, published later
PR.065.772.2
The True Issue or "That's What's the Matter"
1864
PR.010.1864.35
The Old Bull Dog on the Right Track
1864
PR.010.1864.41
Ulysses S. Grant and Staff
1865
PR.164.2.106.GrantStaff
Puck Wants a 'Strong Man at the Head of the Government' - But Not This Kind
1880
PR.029.2
Our Indian Policy
1875
PR.029.1
The Funeral of Ulysses Grant
1885
PR.020.98.1
Terms of Surrender
April 9, 1865
MSS.BV.Grant
Doubleday Journal
MSS.BV.Doubleday
Photographs by Capt. [Edwin Willard] Deming at Standing Rock Reservation and other Western Locations
1859
PR.002.Album60
"Let Us Have Peace" the Golden Anniversary
April 4, 1915
PR.052.Med.GrantMufti.Peace
Dressing case with silver-mounted fittings
ca. 1930
2009.29a-r
Container with lid
1880-1900
2009.30.1
Lid
1880-1900
2009.30.2
Container with lid
ca. 1910
2009.30.3
Hinged container
ca. 1930
2009.30.4
Container with lid
1884-1900
2009.30.5
Container with lid
ca. 1920
2009.30.6
Container with lid
1940-1960
2009.30.7
"In God We Trust, Obama"
2009
2009.31.1
"1/20/09"
2009
2009.31.2
"Obama' 08"
2008
2009.31.3
"Paramount Fabrics Co."
ca. 1958
2009.31.4
"Use with Good Judgement, Obama Condoms"
2009
2009.32.1
"Hope Is Note A Form of Protection, Obama Condoms"
2009
2009.32.2
"The Ultimate Stimulus Package, Obama Condoms"
2009
2009.32.3
Medal
1917
2009.33.1
Ribbon
1896
2009.33.2
Mourning ribbon
1916
2009.33.3
Ribbon
1919
2009.33.4
Ribbon
1896
2009.33.5
Medal
1909
2009.33.6
Ribbon
ca. 1900
2009.33.7
Medal
ca. 1900
2009.33.8
Medallion from the Albany Legislative Correspondents' Association annual dinner
1923
2009.33.9
Ribbon
1891
2009.33.10
Medal
1915
2009.33.11
Medal
1927
2009.33.12
Shield
ca. 1900
2009.33.13
Medal
CA. 1900
2009.33.14
Medal
1895
2009.33.15
Ribbon
1896
2009.33.16
Medal
ca. 1900
2009.33.17
Medal
1909
2009.33.18
Medal
1909
2009.33.19
Medal
1920
2009.33.20
Medal
1920
2009.33.21
Medal
1908
2009.33.22
Medal
1908
2009.33.23
Ribbon
ca. 1900
2009.33.24
Ribbon
1896
2009.33.25
Ribbon
ca. 1900
2009.33.26
Ribbon
ca.1900
2009.33.27
Ribbon
ca. 1900
2009.33.28
Ribbon
1898
2009.33.29
Button
1918
2009.33.30
Button
1917-1918
2009.33.31
Ribbon
1895
2009.33.32
Button
1917-1918
2009.33.33
Button
1917-1918
2009.33.34
Button
ca. 1900
2009.33.35
Button
ca. 1900
2009.33.36
2009.33.37
1918
2009.33.37
2009.33.38
2009.33.38
2009.33.39
2009.33.39
2009.33.40
2009.33.40
2009.33.41
2009.33.41
2009.33.42
2009.33.42
Pin-back button
2009.33.43
2009.33.44
2009.33.44
2009.33.45
2009.33.45
2009.33.46
2009.33.46
Swing Low: A Harriet Tubman memorial
2007
2009.34
The Temptation of St. Anthony; verso: recumbent figure kneeling before a tree(?)
1946
2009.35
Women and Children on a Stairwell: Life Studies Related to "La Vie des Bohémiens"
1937
2009.36
"The French Hold-up": Illustration for the Essay "Star of Hope"
ca. 1940-1942
2009.37
Indenture of Peter van Dyck and Cornelia, his Wife, Documenting the Administration of Margrieta van Varick's Estate
September 4, 1719
MSS.VanCortlandtPapers.vanDyck
"Abe" Lincoln's yarns and stories
1901
LIB.CT.L7.M24
President--Abraham Lincoln Vice-President--Hannibal Hamlin
PR.022.3
The peoples' candidate for president, Abraham Lincoln.
PR.022.2
Life studies of the Great Army
1876
PR.002.Album383
Abraham Lincoln: The Prarie Years
1926
LIB.CT.L7.S22
Abraham Lincoln: The War Years
1939
LIB.CT.L7.S23
"Voluntary Relief" ledger
1861
MSS.BV.War1861-1865.UnionDefen
Petition to Abraham Lincoln for recruitment of black troops
ca. 1862
MSS.BV.Petitions
Archbishop Hughes to Thurlow Weed
April 21, 1861
MSS.AHMC.Hughes
Broadside with original black crepe
ca. 1865
MSS.BV.AlbertGallatin.Papers
From Robert Lincoln
MSS.NavalHistory.1
State of Connecticut response to Tilton
September 3, 1864
MSS.AHMC.Tilton.1
State of Minnesota response to Tilton
September 9, 1864
MSS.AHMC.Tilton.2
State of Delaware response to Tilton
September 12, 1864
MSS.AHMC.Tilton.3
Storming the Castle / "Old Abe" on Guard
1860
PR.010.1860.Storming
Honest Abe Taking them on the Half Shell
1860
PR.010.1860.HonestAbe
The Rail Candidate
1860
PR.010.1860.Rail
An Heir to the Throne, or the Next Republican Candidate
1860
PR.010.1860.Heir
The Great Exhibition of 1860
1860
PR.010.1860.Exhibition
Politicians measuring Lincoln's shoes
March 5th 1864
PR.010.1864.Politicians
Platforms Illustrated
1864
PR.010.1864.Platforms
I Knew Him Horatio
1864
PR.010.1864.Horatio
Running the Machine
1864
PR.010.1864.Machine
Miscegenation, or The Millennium of Abolitionism
1864
PR.010.1864.Miscegenation
The Rail Splitter, or The White Man's Dream
1861
PR.010.1861.27
Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr, Victorious
PR.052.48
Columbia's Noblest Sons
1865
PR.052.49
Last Offer of Reconciliation
1865
PR.052.50
President Lincoln at Home, Reading the scriptures to his son and wife
1865
PR.052.52
In Memoriam
1865
PR.052.53
The Body of the Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln
1865
PR.052.54
We mourn our country's loss
1865
PR.052.55
The Proclamation of Freedom
1865
PR.052.56
Araham Lincoln
1864
PR.052.51
Freedom to the Slaves
ca. 1865
PR.052.58
Come in, and Prevent a "Draft"
ca. 1863
PR.055.3.105
The Lincoln Statue
PR.052.59
"In relation to Foreign Nations." Draft of Federalist #64
ca. 1788
MSS.JohnJayPapers.1
First Report of the Committee of the Whole Convention
1787
MSS.RufusKing.1
Plan of the City of New York
1776
LIB.NS3.M36.1.3ab
New York City Hall, front elevation
1802
PR.040.1
Slave Sale Document
MSS.BeekmanFamily.1
Petition
November 28, 1776
MSS.Y1776
This reminds me of a little joke
1864
PR.068.28
Proclamation of Emancipation
1864
PR.068.29
Union Nomination: For President Abraham Lincoln
1864
PR.055.5.2NW
Call for Troops
July 2, 1864
MSS.Lincoln.1
"In Memoriam"
April 22, 1865
MSS.1
Continental Army, NY Regiment, 2nd Orderly Book
1779
MSS.BV.War.OrderlyBooks.1
Samuel L. Mitchell to John Pintard
April 3, 1810
MSS.BV.Meigs.1
George Washington to the Hon'ble Mayor, Recorder, Alderman & Commonalty of the City of New York
MSS.2
View of Manhattan, from a Glazed, Tree-lined Terrace, with the Empire State Building at the Right
1982
2008.16.7
View of Manhattan, Looking East (Alternate View)
1982
2008.16.8
View of Manhattan, Looking West
1982
2008.16.9
View of Manhattan, Looking East
1982
2008.16.10
View of Manhattan, Looking West (Alternate View)
1982
2008.16.11
Study for the Altria Murals: Page Boys in a Lunette
1982
2008.16.12
View of the Rooftop Terrace of Philip Morris
1982
2008.16.13
View of Manhattan, Looking South
1982
2008.16.14
Personal Forgiveness and Public Justice
23 April 1864
LIB.CT.L7.BoxB
The Martyred President
1865
LIB.E457.8.R65
Victory and Re-Union
1865
LIB.E456.T98
Diagrams: Aerial Perspective
2008
2009.38
Head of Alice in Wonderland
ca. 1959
2009.39
Dormouse
ca. 1959
2009.40
Vignettes in Three Connected Circles: First Presbyterian Church on Wall Street in 1718; Lutheran Church on Broadway, Burned in 1776; Synagogue on South William Street, New York City
ca. 1867
Z.3677.1
Senatorial Regiment, Colonel Anthony Conk. Strike for your altars and your fires! Strike till the last armed foe expires! Strike for the green graves of your sires! God and our Native Land! Recruits wanted for Co. I.
ca. 1862-1865
PR.055.3.186
Corcoran Legion Fifth regiment. Col. William McEvily. A few good men are wanted to fill up Capt. Wm. L. Monegan's company. This is a splendid opportunity for young men to join a Crack Regiment.
ca. 1862
PR.055.3.189
The Assassination of President Lincoln, at Ford's Theater, Washington D.C. April 14th 1865
1865
PR.052.60
"Pro Child, Pro Choice"
2009.41.1
"March For Women's Lives"
2004
2009.41.2
Time For A Real Hero
2009
2009.42.1
McCain Button
2009
2009.42.2
McCain '08
2009
2009.42.3
Rubber stamp
2009
2009.42.4
Shopping Bag
2009
2009.43.1
Barack Obama: 44th President
2009
2009.43.2
"Abram for Senate"
ca. 1968
2009.25.11
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964)
1952
2009.44
Provisional Constitution and Ordinances for the People of the United States
1858
LIB.KF4550.Z9.B76
A voice from Harper's Ferry : a narrative of events at Harper's Ferry, with incidents prior and subsequent to its capture by Captain Brown and his men
1861
LIB.CT.B8785.A5
"The Harper's Ferry Insurrection - The U.S. Marines Storming the Engine-House - Insurgents Firing through Holes in the Doors"
October 29, 1859
MSS.JohnBrown.1
Pressed glass "jewels"
ca. 1900
2008.2.1a-p
Pressed glass "jewels"
ca. 1900
2008.2.2a-n
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.3a-p
John Llewellyn Lewis (1880 - 1969)
ca. 1940-1945
1947.178b
Tree Stump with Cut Trunk Sections; verso: study of a fallen tree
1861
INV.14906
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.4a-d
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.5a-k
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.6a-c
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.7a-g
Glass fragments
ca. 1900
2008.2.8a-c
B. Altman's Williamsburg Christmas
2008.47.1
Altman's
2008.47.2
Altman's
2008.47.3
La Cote Basque
2008.47.4
Clos Normand
2008.47.5
L'Aiglon
2008.47.6
Chez Vito
2008.47.7
Chez Vito
2008.47.8
The Magic Pan Creperie
2008.47.9
Quo Vadis
2008.47.10
Le Moal
2008.47.11
L'Etoile
2008.47.12
Copain Restaurant
2008.47.13
Faisan D'or
2008.47.14
Le Vert-galant
2008.47.15
Le Madrigal
2008.47.16
Maud "Chez Elle"
2008.47.17
La Toque Blanche
2008.47.18
Voisin
2008.47.19
Brasserie
2008.47.20
Le Pavillon
2008.47.21
Versailles
2008.47.22
La Cocotte
2008.47.23
Divan Parisien
2008.47.24
Au Canari D'Or
2008.47.25
La Bourgogne
2008.47.26
Le Marmiton
2008.47.27
Le Veau d'or
2008.47.28
Le Bistro
2008.47.29
La Grande Cuisine de France Restaurants
2008.47.30
La Fonda Del Sol
2008.47.31
El Toro Marisqueria
2008.47.32
Trattoria
2008.47.33
Delsomma
2008.47.34
Mario's Villa d'este
2008.47.35
Puccini Restaurant
2008.47.36
Bianchi and Margherita
2008.47.37
Mediterranee
2008.47.38
Sardi's
2008.47.39
Sardi's East
2008.47.40
Italian Pavilion
2008.47.41
Mamma Leone's
2008.47.42
Alfredo
2008.47.43
Sea-Fare of the Aegean
2008.47.44
Verdi
2008.47.45
The Rainbow Grill
2008.47.46
Luchow's Restaurant
2008.47.47
Luchow's
2008.47.48
Al and Dick
2008.47.49
Peter's Backyard Restaurant
2008.47.50
Danny's Hide-A-Way
2008.47.51
Gallagher's Steak House
2008.47.52
Old Homestead Steak House
2008.47.53
Chandler's Restaurant
2008.47.54
Hickory House
2008.47.55
Scoop
2008.47.56
Downing Square
2008.47.57
Pen & Pencil
2008.47.58
FRANKIE and JOHNNIE'S Restaurant
2008.47.59
Envoy
2008.47.60
Gilmore's Steak House
2008.47.61
Manny Wolf's Chop House
2008.47.62
Assembly Restaurant
2008.47.63
The Russian Tea Room
2008.47.64
Act II
2008.47.65
Candy Striped Barberry Room
2008.47.66
The Cortile
2008.47.67
Lindy's
2008.47.68
The Ground Floor
2008.47.69
Reubens, That's All
2008.47.70
SHERRY'S 1890
2008.47.71
King Henri IV
2008.47.72
Harvey's Chelsea Restaurant
2008.47.73
IMPERIALE RESTAURANT
2008.47.74
Tête-à-tête
2008.47.75
L'Armorique
2008.47.76
The White Turkeys
2008.47.77
MERCURIO
2008.47.78
Restaurant Drury Lane
2008.47.79
Janssen's
2008.47.80
Top of the Sixes
2008.47.81
The Sign of the Dove
2008.47.82
The Toast
2008.47.83
THREE CROWNS RESTAURANT
2008.47.84
Press Box
2008.47.85
Louise Jr.
2008.47.86
Fred's
2008.47.87
Parsley's Restaurant
2008.47.88
Village Barn
2008.47.89
Cavanagh's
2008.47.90
Asti
2008.47.91
The Nip
2008.47.92
Zucca's
2008.47.93
Spindletop Restaurant
2008.47.94
Chandler's Restaurant
2008.47.95
THE STOCK YARDS
2008.47.96
THE COFFEE MILL
2008.47.97
ORIGINAL BILL'S GAY NINETIES CAFE & RESTAURANT
2008.47.98
THE CATTLEMAN
2008.47.99
Game Cock
2008.47.100
One fifth avenue
2008.47.101
Promenade Cafe
2008.47.102
Hamburg Heaven
2008.47.103
El borracho
2008.47.104
NEW YORK'S FAMOUS IRISH RESTAURANTS
2008.47.105
The Baroque
2008.47.106
THE GINGER MAN
2008.47.107
Ernie's
2008.47.108
Restaurant Nippon
2008.47.109
KABUKI Restaurant
2008.47.110
BARBETTA
2008.47.111
ORSO
2008.47.112
"EL MOROCCO"
2008.47.113
PAPA LOU'S
2008.47.114
Leone's
2008.47.115
Gaucho Room
2008.47.116
THE FORUM OF THE TWELVE CAESARS
2008.47.117
Stockholm Restaurant
2008.47.118
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