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Item 157. Young Lady at Train Station Window (1955)
3rd Avenue Line at Chatham Square
(Available in Digital Print Only)



Item 158. General Omar L. Bradley Salutes Children (January 19, 1948)
In front of The East Side House Settlement which was a center that provided
 head start programs for children at 540 East Seventy-sixth Street.



Item 158A. Gen. Omar L. Bradley Sleds with Children (January 19, 1948)
The East Side House Center for Children, 540 East Seventy-sixth Street.
On the sled with the General are 8 year-old Carol Van Oberberghe  and 6 year-old William Carpenter.
 


Item 158D. Gen. Omar L. Bradley & Children Touch Medals (January 19, 1948)
The East Side House Center for Children, 540 East Seventy-sixth Street.
(Available in Archival Digital Print Only)



Item 159. Little Girl Dressed As Nurse (1955)
(Available in Archival Digital Print Only)

 


Item 161. Kangaroo and Hot Dog Vendor (1957)
(Available for License Only)



Item 162. Old Man Feeds Pigeons in Times Square (1942)
(Available in Digital Print Only)

 


Item 167. Hydrant Sprinkler and City Kids (June 29, 1953)
Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri turns on the city's first  fire hydrant equipped with
a water saving sprinkler nozzle. Children from the Police Athletic League enjoy the fun
at Henry Street between Gouverneur and Grand Streets on the lower East Side.
(Available in Archival Digital Print Only)

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