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    The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1887. Ready for shipment to the United States.

    Construction of the United Nations building with the Empire State building in back.

    Wilbur Wright flies a Wright Model A by the Statue of Liberty during the Hudson-Fulton Celebration in 1909. The celebration was to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s first entry into what was later New York Harbor as well as the centennial of Robert Fulton’s first voyage of his steamboat up the Hudson River in 1809.

    Statue of Liberty in Paris, France getting ready to ship to the U.S

    NEVER FORGET..... "THE FIRST STATUE OF LIBERTY GIVEN TO THE U.S. BY FRANCE WAS A BLACK WOMAN THAT THE U.S. TURNED DOWN SO THE FRENCH MADE ANOTHER WHICH IS THE CURRENT IN N.Y. HARBOR THIS IS BLACK LADY LIBERTY MADE ALSO BY THE FRENCH ON THE ISLAND OF ST. MARTIN WOMBMEN OF CREATION WE MUST CONTINUE TO SHINE THE LIGHT FOR THOSE IN NEED….ONENESS"

    Times Square 1903

    So very Sad. Evelyn McHale, after jumping off the Empire State Building, NYC, 1947. Photo by Robert Wiles

    Statue of Liberty before installation

    Statue of Liberty New York City 1905 by SilverbanksPictures, $6.00

    Construction of the Statue of Liberty

    This 1940s ad for Pepsi is one of the first ads specifically targeted toward African Americans. The young boy pictured is Ron Brown, future United States Secretary of Commerce.

    “The arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty in Madison Square Park, New York. These portions of the Statue were exhibited to raise funds for the completion of the statue and its pedestal. The arm and torch remained in the park from 1876 until 1882. “Members of the public could pay fifty cents to climb to the balcony of the torch.”

    World War II: Church Service in Cologne Cathedral, 1945 An American Army chaplain leads a group of kneeling soldiers (still armed with rifles) in prayer in Germany's famous Cologne Cathedral. This Margaret Bourke-White photograph captures the first service in the cathedral since it was heavily bombed by the Allies a month earlier -- and for those anxiously watching the events unfolding in Europe, half a world away, suggests not only the conflict's harrowing destruction and loss, but also, just maybe, a glimmer of hope amid near-utter ruin.

    This picture shows an Immigrant Ship, on its way to the United States. The picture was taken in 1890

    Paris, 1886, building the statue of liberty

    A B-25 bomber crashes into the Empire State Building on the morning of July 28, 1945. New York Times photographer Ernie Sisto had two of his friends hold his belt while he dangled off the side of the building to snap this photo.

    Paris, 20 November 1903: the ghostly form of an airship floats past an equally ghostly Eiffel Tower, before a very solid crowd of completely entranced spectators. It is Le Jaune, ‘The Yellow’, the first of the successful Lebaudy series of French semi-rigid airships.

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    Bonnie and Clyde, pictured here in 1933, were well-known outlaws, robbers, and criminals who traveled the Central United States with their gang during the Great Depression. The couple were eventually ambushed and killed in Louisiana by law officers.