City Hall (New York, N.Y.)

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New York City; NY; USA Original building constructed 1812 but partially destroyed in 1858 and rebuilt by 1860. Judical offices moved 1898 and building used exclusively by the mayor and city legislature. Interior restoration done between 1907 and 1918. President Lincoln's body lay in state at city hall during the funeral procession from Wasington, D.C. to Illinois. Located between Broadway and Park Row. Ref. info. from ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NEW YORK CITY, Jackson, 1995.


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