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City Hall : To the Honble. Philip Home, mayor, of the city of New-York. This plate is respectfully inscribed by his obliged servt. W.G. Wall.

Author: William Guy Wall; John Hill; Behr & Kahl,
Publisher: [New York] : Published by Behr & Kahl, Decr. 20th, 1826, no. 183 Broadway, New York.--Copy right secured., [1826]
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Original artwork : Picture : English
Database:WorldCat
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Subject: View of New York City Hall, seen from a slight angle. The French Renaissance style building has a large portico with Ionic columns, and the domed tower has pairs of Corinthian pilasters around it. Figures are seen walking along the dirt paths in front of the building, anda dog runs across the yard.
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Genre/Form: Hand-colored illustrations
Intaglio prints
Pictorial works
Material Type: Graphic, Original artwork, Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Guy Wall; John Hill; Behr & Kahl,
OCLC Number: 656462822
Description: 1 print : aquatint, hand color ; image and text 50 x 72 cm, on sheet 54 x 77 cm
Responsibility: Drawn by W.G. Wall. Engraved, printed & colour'd by J. Hill.

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Subject: View of New York City Hall, seen from a slight angle. The French Renaissance style building has a large portico with Ionic columns, and the domed tower has pairs of Corinthian pilasters around it. Figures are seen walking along the dirt paths in front of the building, anda dog runs across the yard.

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