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laced in the hand of the equestrian statue of Washington. Recruiting on Broadway, 1861 Looking north on Broadway from The Park (later City Hall Park) in warBroadway from The Park (later City Hall Park) in war time, one sees the Stars and Stripes waving above the recruiting station, past which the soldiers stroll. There is a convenient booth with liquid refreshments. To f the picture the rear end of a street car is visible, but passenger travel on Broadway itself is by stage. On the left is the Astor House, then one of the foremost d photograph the view is from the balcony of the Metropolitan looking north on Broadway. The twin towers on the left are those of St. Thomas's Church. The lumbering century later. The time is summer, as the awnings attest. Recruiting on Broadway, 1861 Recruiting on Broadway. The War's great citizen at his moment of tBroadway. The War's great citizen at his moment of triumph: Lincoln reading his second inaugural address on March 4, 1865 Just behind the round table to the right, rising head and shoulders above the distinguished b