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[Jefferson Market] The famous public clock affectionately known as "Old Jeff." August 31, the day the clock was started after the over work of restoration and electrification for which the Committee for the Clock in the Courthouse contracted to pay $3400.  On balcony are Committee members and news writers, also: James vanDerpool, Director of New York City Commission Landmarks Preservation; Alan Burnham, American Architectural Archives; Margot Gayle, Chairman of the Clock Committee; Giorgio Cavaglieri, architect converting the building to a public library and, others.

Image ID: 1252790

[Jefferson Market] The famous public clock affectionately known as "Old Jeff." August 31, the day the clock was started ... (1962)

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:  [Jefferson Market] The famous public clock affectionately known as "Old Jeff." August 31, the day the clock was started after the over work of restoration and electrification for which the Committee for the Clock in the Courthouse contracted to pay $3400. On balcony are Committee members and news writers, also: James vanDerpool, Director of New York City Commission Landmarks Preservation; Alan Burnham, American Architectural Archives; Margot Gayle, Chairman of the Clock Committee; Giorgio Cavaglieri, architect converting the building to a public library and, others.

Published Date

: 1962

Source

: New York Public Library Visual Materials / Series I. Photoprints and Negatives / Branch Libraries / Branches / Jefferson Market

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / New York Public Library Archives

Catalog Call Number

: MssArc RG10 5928

Digital ID

: 1252790

Record ID

: 605898

Digital Item Published

: 3-23-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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