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Omeka Item NumberOmeka TitleDate the item was createdCreator or Copyright HolderOwner of OriginalStudent NamePermission to reproduce securedPermission CategoryNotes
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3Ink drawing of a dancerca. 1930sHughes, EugeniaNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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191Drawing of a manunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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192Color ink drawing of male dancerunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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193fashion drawingunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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194"Dance of Bacchante"unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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195Fashion Drawing of a dancerunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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196Line drawing of a woman unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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197Line drawing of a woman unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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198Line drawing of a woman unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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199Ad for Nella Lingerie unknown(1930s)Hughes, Roy NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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200W.P.A. Student Exhibit Catalogue 1941Metropolitan Museum of ArtNYPLBrewer, Cassie Other
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201Village Art Center Exhibition List unknown(1930s)Village Art CenterNYPLBrewer, Cassie Other
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202Art class notes unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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203Depression Years Sketchbookunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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207Man on a bench unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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208Man and woman on park benchunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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209Sleeping Man-Washington Square Parkunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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210The Depressionunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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211Depression-Washington Square Parkunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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212Man on a bench unknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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254Eugenia Hughes, 19291929unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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256Eugenia Hughes and Esther Phillips, Washington Square Parkunknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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257Photograph of Eugenia Hughesunknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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258Photograph of Eugenia Hughes and Anno Mariano unknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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259Photograph of Roy Hughes unknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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260Photograph of Eugenia Hughes and friends unknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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261Photograph of Eugenia Hughesunknown(1940s)unknownNYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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262Village Corner unknown(1930s)Hughes, Roy NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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263Ink drawing of a dancerunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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264Color drawing of a dancerunknown(1930s)Hughes, Eugenia NYPLBrewer, Cassie Repository Granted PermissionGranted
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64Exclusive: Angela Davis Answers 13 Questionsc. 1971Walker, JoeSchomburg Center, New York Public LibraryCatherine FalzoneBrochure was reprinted from Mohammed Speaks for the Committee to Free Angela Davis, which no longer exists. I emailed them and they don't know what article I was talking about. Fair use. Rightsholder Not Found
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322Brightening Up the Women's Prison3/12/1956Rosenberg, IraCity Hall LibraryCatherine Falzoneemailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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324"Abominable Conditions" at the Women's House of Detention3/17/1965 Fein, Nate (and) City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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324"Abominable Conditions" at the Women's House of Detention3/17/1965 Chapman, Ralph (and)City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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326Privacy Complaints at the Women's House of Detention3/30/1965Fulbright, Newton H. City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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377Demoralizing the Prisoners4/2/1965Gibney, Rev. Laurence City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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377Demoralizing the Prisoners4/2/1965Bluett, Rev. Raymond City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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379Lindsay Scores Jail for Women12/8/1965Prisendorf, Anthony City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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380History of Women's Jail3/18/1965New York Herald-Tribune City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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392Women's Jail: 'Solution' to Overcrowding12/7/1965Lewis, Milton City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneEmailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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393A House of Detention for Women in New York City1921Correctional Association of New YorkCity Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneCANY gave me permission to use it.Granted
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395Walker Breaks Ground for New Jail1929-10New York Evening JournalCity Hall LibraryCatherine FalzonePublication no longer in print. Couldn't figure out who owned the rights. Rightsholder Not Found
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396Girls of the Street Glimpse New and Pleasanter World Through Poetry Classes Conducted in House of DetentionunknownNew York World-Telegram City Hall LibraryCatherine Falzoneemailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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398Vanishing LocksunknownAumuller, AlCity Hall LibraryCatherine Falzoneemailed the New York Times, New York Magazine, and PARA International about rights and none of them got back to me. Called PARA and they didn't know whether they had the rights. The publication is out of print. Fair use. Good Faith Effort
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400Jefferson Market Garden12/3/2010Adams, Zachary Zach has themCatherine FalzoneZach gave me permission to use them.Granted
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403Women's House of Detention Muralc. 1935Allen, Lucienne Lucienne Allen emailed the picture to meCatherine FalzoneAllen, the artist Lucienne Bloch's granddaughter, gave me permission via email.Granted
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405Hellhole1967Dutton BooksTamiment LibraryCatherine Falzone17 USC 113 (c) states: In the case of a work lawfully reproduced in useful articles that have been offered for sale or other distribution to the public, copyright does not include any right to prevent the making, distribution, or display of pictures or photographs of such articles in connection with advertisements or commentaries related to the distribution or display of such articles, or in connection with news reports. Fair Use
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410Press Release: Mayor Wagner to Construct New Women's House of Detention6/3/1959New York City, Office of the MayorCity Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneThe head of the library told me I had permission to use government documents. Public Domain
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411Report by Deputy Mayor Cavanagh to Mayor Wagner4/27/1965Cavanagh, Edward T. City Hall LibraryCatherine FalzoneThe head of the library told me I had permission to use government documents. Public Domain
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414Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus1970-11Abt, John J. Schomburg Center, New York Public LibraryCatherine FalzoneCourt documents are not under copyright. Public Domain
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416Photograph of Sixth Avenue by Doris Dietherc. 1969Diether, Doris GVSHPCatherine FalzonePermission granted by GVSHP.Granted
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417Photograph of Women's House of Detention Before Construction1929-12Queens Public LibraryQPLCatherine FalzonePermission granted via GVSHP.Granted
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37518th Amendment12/18/1917United States CongressNARACatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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376Presidential Proclamation 2065 of December 5, 193312/5/1933United States CongressNARACatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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378The Volstead Act5/19/2019United States CongressNARACatriona SchlosserPublic domain
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381Bedford Street in the 1930s5/12/1936Abbott, Berenice NYPLCatriona SchlosserRepository Granted PermissionGranted
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382Perry Street in the 1930s8/3/1937Sperr, P.L. NYPLCatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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383L.S. Chumley's Hotel Restaurant and Domestic Workers4/10/1918Chumley, L.S. Harvard University LibraryCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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387Photo of E.E. Cummings11/15/1953Albertin, Walter The Library of CongressCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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388Agents Pour Liquor Into The Sewer1921Library of CongressLibrary of CongressCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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389Edna St. Vincent Millay's Apartment1938Alland, Alexander NYPLCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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390Photograph of Eugene O'NeillUnknownNew York Public LibraryNYPLCatriona SchlosserRepository Granted PermissionGranted
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391Golden Swan Park11/30/2010Schlosser, Catriona Personal CollectionCatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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394Tulips and Chimneys1922Cummings, E.E.NYU Fales LibraryCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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397McSorley's10/6/2010Beyond My KenWikimediaCatriona SchlosserPermission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software FoundationGranted
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399McSorley's Cats1928Sloan, John Smithsonian American Art MuseumCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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401McSorley's Saturday Night1929John SloanSmithsonian American Art MuseumCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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404The Original Cast of the Iceman Cometh1946Vandamm StudioNYPLCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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407Mary "Texas" GuinanunknownNew York Public LibraryNYPLCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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408Jack Kriendler and Charlie BernsunknownunknownWikimediaCatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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40921st Amendment to the Constitution12/5/1932United States CongressNARACatriona SchlosserPublic domain Public Domain
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412West 8th St and Washington Square North3/20/1936Abbott, Berenice Museum of the City of New YorkCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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472Patchin Place3/20/1936Abbott, Berenice NYPLCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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492Speako de Luxe1933Gallant, Barney Museum of the City of New YorkCatriona SchlosserFair Use: Educational Purposes Fair Use
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494Dawn PowellunknownunknownOhio Historical SocietyCatriona SchlosserPublic domain
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1042Frank Zappa,152 Bleecker St.1967Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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1054David Peel, Washington Square 1973Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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1059Gay Pride parade, 19731973Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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1068Hardcore punks, Bowery bar 191983Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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1080Graffitti wall, Houston St.1983Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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11641 Patchin Place2012Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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1173Novy Mir, Russian daily, 19171917Novy Mir (New York)New York Public LibraryCharles Steinerpublic domainpublic domain
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1174206 East 7th Street2012Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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117777 St. Mark's Place2012Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryes
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1180151 Avenue B2012Steiner, CharlesSteiner, CharlesCharles Steineryesgranted
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529Edith Kramer Self Portrait1959Edith KramerNew York University ArchivesClaire WolfordYesGranted
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549Passenger List for the S.S. Batory sailing from Gdynia, Poland to the United States9/10/1938U.S. Department of LaborClaire WolfordPublic DomainPublic Domain
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557New York Subway Station1994Edith KramerClaire WolfordPublic DomainPublic Domain
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563Subway & Riders1980Edith KramerNew York University ArchivesClaire WolfordYesGranted
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2016Photo of Monument to Florence Scannell2013Susan KaneSusan KaneConnor Gaudetyesgranted via email
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2018July 22, 1870, New York Times Article, "The Scannell Homicide"1870New York TimesNew York TimesConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2039December 6, 1869, New York Tribune Article: The Charter Election (Review of candidates)1869New York TribuneNew York TribuneConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2040The Tammany "Rough"1871William James LintonWilliam James LintonConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2045Image of a Repeater1870John Andrew & SonJohn Andrew & SonConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2046Engraving: Fraudulent Voters In Custody1876Illustrated London NewsIllustrated London NewsConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2047Engraving: The FinaleEd SearsEd SearsConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2048Engraving: Federal Election Precautions1876Schell & HoganSchell & HoganConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2079Portrait of Richard Croker1899Moses KingMoses KingConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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2080September 17, 1913 New York Post Article Headline "Repeaters In Gang Fight"1913New York PostNew York PostConnor GaudetPublic DomainPublic Domain
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