Broadway and the Bank of the Republic - 1865


This vintage photograph shows the "National Bank of the Republic," National Bank Note Company" at right (corner of Wall Street), other commercial buildings, pedestrians and traffic on Broadway, Manhattan. The Bank of the Republic Building appears to be draped in mourning bands, likely for Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession.

The National Bank of the Republic was replaced by the United Bank Building in 1880, demolished in 1931.

Year: 1865? Published by George Stacy. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. A colorized version below.


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