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City Hall, Albany.

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

South east view of the City of New York. 1. New Colledge. 2. Old English Church. 3. City Hall. 4. French Church. 5. North River. 6. Staten Island. 7. The prison. 1768

Rear of City Hall

Back of City Hall

Letter to John F. Bacon, Clerk &c, Court room, City Hall, N. Y.

Letter to John F. Bacon, Clerk &c, Court room, City Hall, N. Y.

Notes on a trial of pirates by Commission ... at City Hall

[A view of Broad Street, Wall Street, and the City Hall.]

View of the old city hall, Wall St.

A view of the magnificent and extraordinary fire works exhibited on the N.Y. City Hall on the evening of the celebration of the grand canal, November 4th 1825

View of City Hall, Park Theater, Broadway & Chatham St. &c.

Illumination of the N.Y. City Hall in the Canal Celebrations, 1825

City Hall.

City Hall, New York.

View of City Hall, Park Theatre, Broadway and Chatham St. etc. 1822

A view of the magnificent and extraordinary fire works exhibited on the N.Y. City Hall, on the evening of the celebration of the Grand Canal, November 4th, 1825.

Letter to John F. Bacon, Clerk &c, Court room, City Hall, N. Y.

City Hall and Park Row.

Pl. 5. City Hall ; Pl. 6. Navy Yard, Brooklyn.

Plate 9th. Council Chamber, City Hall, New York ; Public room, Merchant's Exchange, New York.

The City Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y.

The World building and City Hall.

The city hall.

City Hall.

City Hall and Wasatch Range.

City hall, Boston.

Exchange Street, looking towards City Hall, Portland, Maine.

City Hall.

View from City Hall, north-east. Portland, Maine.

Exchange Place. [City hall and railroad station.]

City hall, Boston, Mass.

City hall.

City hall.

View from dome of City Hall, looking west by south.

City Hall.

View of Back Bay from City Hall, Portland, Me.

City hall.

Panorama from city hall.

City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.

City Hall.

The World building and City Hall.

City Hall.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

City Hall, Kingston, N.Y., Hudson River.

Horticultural exhibition at City Hall, 1869.

City Hall.

City Hall.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

View of Back Bay from City Hall, Portland, Me.

City hall, Minneapolis, Minn.

View of city hall.

City hall, Boston.

Broad Street, N. from City Hall, Philad'a, Pa.

City Hall.

City hall.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

Main Street from City Hall, Saco.

View from City Hall, east. Portland, Me.

City hall, Nicollet, and Hennepin Aves.

The City Hall, Wall Street, where the Treasury Building now stands.

City Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y.

City Hall.

City hall, Boston.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

View from city hall.

City hall.

Main Street, opposite City Hall.

View from top of City Hall, looking east.

City hall.

The city hall.

City hall, Boston.

City Hall.

City Hall.

View from dome of city hall, looking S.E.

View from dome of city hall, looking N.E.

City Hall and Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

City hall.

View from dome of City Hall, looking south-west.

View of the old City Hall, Wall St, in the year 1789.

City hall, New Orleans.

City hall.

City Hall, Brooklyn.

The World building and City Hall.

Court House and City Hall, Rochester, N.Y.

City Hall.

City Hall and John Wanamakers, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

City hall.

City hall, Boston, Mass.

Franklin statue in front of city hall.

City hall, Boston.

City hall, Boston.

President's House. [City Hall.]

City hall.

City Hall, Buffalo, N.Y.

San Francisco, Cal. Panorama View, showing City Hall in distance.

City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.

View of decorated City Hall.

City hall, New Orleans.

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