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Today in 1976 the United Presbyterian Church of Ozone Park (Queens) announced its first Woman Pastor, Carol Miller Lipscomb
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 13
Confused about what to buy this holiday season? Here are some recommendations by & don’t forget to check out our vintage bonds.
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 13
Today in 1860 it was revealed that Mayor Fernando Wood was planning to form a new state - consisting of New York, Kings, Queens, Suffolk, Richmond and Westchester counties - dubbed the "State of Manhattan"
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 12
Today in 1920 - Duos danced under decorations at a Municipal Building informal gathering
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 12
Join us tonight with filmmaker as he delves into the complexities involved in creating the bilingual award-winning series “Habla.” RSVP here:
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 12
Looking to buy a gift this holiday season? How about a print of a vintage photo from our collection! Choose from over 2 million photos and use the code “HOLIDAYS” to get 20% off.
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Made in NY Dec 12
"Habla" - ’s award-winning doc series – gives voice to U.S.'s Latinx community. Join creator & tonight for a chat about his storytelling process.
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 12
Habla - ’s award-winning documentary series – gives voice to the diverse Latinx community across the U.S. Join creator for a discussion of his storytelling process. RSVP here:
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Made in NY Dec 11
Join filmmaker & explore how ’s award-winning series “Habla” highlights the U.S.'s vibrant Latino community, tomorrow at !
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 11
Have you ever wondered what your neighborhood used to look like? Visit our online gallery to check out views of every block and lot in NYC during the 1940s and get 20% off any print when you use the code “HOLIDAYS”
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 11
Join filmmaker to explore how ’s award-winning series “Habla” captures the vibrancy and diversity of the Latino community on Dec 12th at 6 PM. RSVP here:
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 10
On Thurs. 12/12, join for a discussion on the importance of creating the series “Habla” & its role in giving a voice to Latinos from all walks of life. RSVP here:
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 10
Now through January 2, 2020, use promo code “HOLIDAYS” and get 20% off prints of items in our collection. Select from over 2M historical NYC photographs or request a vital record connected to your family history!
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 10
Today in 1941 - civil defense personnel drill held in Union Square
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 9
Today in 1906 computer pioneer and rear admiral Grace Hopper was born in NYC
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 8
Looking to buy a gift this holiday season? How about a print of a vintage photo from our collection! Choose from over 2 million photos and use the code “HOLIDAYS” to get 20% off.
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 8
Today in 1938 - welders on the Queensboro Bridge
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 7
Today in 1984 Mayor Koch and other city officials announced an agreement to build the $340M Metrotech Center - containing office, retail and research spaces - in an effort to develop Downtown Brooklyn
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 6
Memorable gifts for every New Yorker interested in the city’s rich history can be found in our digital gallery. Use the promo code “HOLIDAYS” to get 20% off when you order photos from our digital gallery.
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NYC Dept of Records Dec 6
Today in 1922 - Coney Island Boardwalk, with vintage buildings and roller coaster in the background
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