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    This listing contains political items relating to Al Smith, Governor of New York and 1928 Democratic party candidate for president. For Al Smith campaign buttons go to the Buttons Pre-1950 listing. Additional political items may be found on other lists at this site including newspaper headlines, presidential books, paper & 3-D, political china & glassware, matchbook covers, bumper stickers, and First Ladies. Special Notice - If you specialize in Al Smith as a major part of your political collection, let us help you expand and strengthen your specialty. Consider buying out our entire Al Smith catalog, including duplicates for trading stock. We are ready to deal and we think you will be surprised at the offer we can negotiate. Contact us at: info@amres.com

     

    Item K9895BSItem K9895BS
    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith Memorial Album. 4 records, 78s. Includes: The Bowery, The Sidewalks of New York & Give My Regards to Broadway. $20.00


    T125TBZ
    Al Smith: (Book) "Al Smith American" by Frank Graham. 1945. 242p. $4.00


    A2116B
    Al Smith: "What Every Woman Knows About Alfred E. Smith" 8p booklet w/Smith's pic on cover. Gives 2 pages on the record and programs of Smith in support of women. Center spread has a great photo of Gov & Mrs. Smith and lists the members of the Women's Advisory Committee of the Democratic National Committee (Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Chairman). Also gives statements in support of Al Smith by women leaders. Great piece. $20.00


    A2116D
    Al Smith: "12 Reasons Why Women Should Vote for SMITH" by Governor Nellie Tayloe Ross, Vice-Chairman, Democratic National Committee. Great (and scarce) 4p leaflet. Slight wear. $20.00


    Item LK4781BNItem LK4781BN
    Al Smith: One of the best presidential campaign stickers. Sketch of old open car w/balloon tires. Car is filled with people with horns and rattles, a big megaphone, even a big base drum. Big sign on radiator (just above the crank) "Alfred E. Smith for President". At the top of the sticker, "Get on the Smith Bandwagon before the rush starts!" Great graphic piece in red, white and black; red bkgd. 2-3/4" x 2" $35.00


    K8716A
    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith toby mug. 6-1/2" high. Cream colored. Fac. sig. in black lettering on back by handle. No. 335 of a limited edition. $48.00


    T125DBZ
    Al Smith: (Book) "Al Smith American, An Informal Biography," by Frank Graham. 1945. G. P. Putnam's Sons. 242p. Illus. DJ. Very good condition. $8.00


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    Al Smith: Address of Acceptance of the Nomination for President by Hon. Alfred E. Smith, delivered at the Capitol at Albany, N.Y. Wednesday, Aug 22, 1928. $10.00


    Item A5871NItem A5871N
    Al Smith: Governor Smith being sworn in. Original 1923 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith of the State of New York being sworn into his office by Judge John W. Hogan of the New York Supreme Court, at the Executive Mansion in Albany. Some chipping along right side. $20.00


    Item A5872NItem A5872N
    Al Smith: Al Smith enjoys Jefferson Day Dinner. Official press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and a Democratic possibility for president, eats his dinner while others shown in picture are in deep discussion including former governor Harry F. Byrd of Virginia, Jouett Shouse, Exectuve Chairman of the Democratic Committee and permanent chairman of the Democratic Convention, and James M. Cox of Ohio, former presidential nominee. Three corners chipped off but not really affecting the content of the photo. $12.00


    Item A5873NItem A5873N
    Al Smith: Official 1928 press photo w/original caption. Assembly Chamber crowded as Governor Al Smith delivers his acceptance speech after being official notified of his nomination as the Democratic nominee. Small margin chips but not affecting photo. $15.50


    Item A5875NItem A5875N
    Al Smith: Gov. Smith inspects platform from which he'll deliver acceptance speech. Offical 1828 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, Democratic nominee trying out his voice before the microphone over which his notification acceptance speech will be delivered to the nation the next evening. Bend through center of photo can be seen when held on an angle. $10.00


    Item A5876NItem A5876N
    Al Smith: Governor Smith in Albany Crowd. Official July 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York State waving his hat in token of his appreciation of the congratulations of the huge crowd which gathered outside the Executive Mansion here yesterday. His chum William A. Humphrey is shown at Al's left. Slight damage to lower right corner. $10.00


    Item A5877NItem A5877N
    Al Smith: Smith speaks to crowd after nomination. Official June 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Smith of New York addresses crowds gathered at the Executive Mansion in Albany to honor him on his nomination as Democratic presidential candidate. $15.00


    Item A5879NItem A5879N
    Al Smith: Democratic Candidate and wife. Official 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York and his wife as they arrived at Grand Central Station today from Albany. This is their native city, and while here the Democratic candidate will deliver several speeches. $20.00


    Item A5881NItem A5881N
    Al Smith: Official Sept 1928 press photo w/original caption. Campaign train of Democratic candidate Alfred E. Smith in Toledo, Ohio. Al Smith, Mrs. Smith and their daughter are shown with others in their party. Corners clipped. $20.00


    Item A5882NItem A5882N
    Al Smith: Governor Smith with party leaders. Original 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic presidential nominee, with party leaders in the elaborately equipped Democratic campaign offices in the General Motors Building in New York City. Others pictured include John J. Raskob, chairman of the National Democratic Committee (seated next to the governor) Standing L to R - Col. H. H. Lehman, Director of Finance of the National Committee and Peter E. Gerry of Rhode Island, Chairman of Advisory Committee of the National Committee. $15.00


    Item A5883NItem A5883N
    Al Smith: Official August 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic Nominee trying out his voice before the microphone. White area across forehead is a sun reflection and part of the original photo. $10.00


    Item A5884NItem A5884N
    Al Smith: Governor Smith leaves for stumping tour of West. Official Sept 17, 1928 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, Mrs. Smith, Mrs Warner their daughter, and Mrs. O'Day, as they appeared on the rear of their special train in Albany just before they pulled out bound for the middle west and far west where Governor Smith will stump that territory in search of agrarian votes. $20.00


    Item A5885NItem A5885N
    Al Smith: "Brown Derby Club" Official October 29, 1928 press photo w/original caption. John J. Raskob, chairman of the National Democratic Committee, receives one of the famous brown derby's from Governor Al Smith, Democratic candidate for President at the Raskob home where Gov. Smith was a week-end guest. $20.00


    Item A5886NItem A5886N
    Al Smith: Huge crowd listens to Al Smith's Oklahoma City speech. Official September 1928 press photo w/original caption. View of inside the coliseum in Oklahoma City. $15.00


    Item A5887NItem A5887N
    Al Smith: Official 1928 press photo. Al Smith, Democratic candidate for President, and family waving to well-wishers. $12.00


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    Al Smith: Governor Smith addresses graduates of Niagara University during his presidential campaign.. Original June 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith addresses the graduates of the Niagara University in Niagara, NY. $10.00


    Item A5889NItem A5889N
    Al Smith: "Happier Warrior" greeted in Philadelphia. Original 1936 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, the "Happy Warrior," brought his brown derby and his heavy artillery to Philadelphia to deliver his second broadside of the campaign against the New Deal. Shown here with Mrs. Smith. $10.00


    Item A5890NItem A5890N
    Al Smith: Gov. Smith heads for Albany. Official July 5, 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith, presidential nominee, entraining for Albany, the state Capital. He spent the fourth of July in New York delivering one speech in Tammany Hall and another in City Hall park. $10.00


    Item A5891NItem A5891N
    Al Smith: Official August 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York, Democratic presidential nominee, as he arrived in Chicago today to attend the funeral of George Brennan, National Democratic Political Leader. $15.00


    Item A5895NItem A5895N
    Al Smith: Official March 1928 press photo w/original caption. One year from the present month, a man will take the oath of office as President of the United States. He will be the popular choice of the people, selected first as the representative of his political party, supported by the votes of his admirers. He will be a man of far reaching vision, keen political powers and thoroughly schooled in the business of government. He will be a man in whom the people who choose him will have the most implicit faith as a leader, and organizer, the highest executive of the country. He will be a financier, an economist, a diplomat, a politician...he will be the president of the United States. Featured in this photo with this caption is Governor Alfred E. Smith and Mrs. Smith. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo of Gov. Alfred E. Smith at his desk. $15.00


    Item A5897NItem A5897N
    Al Smith: Smith begins train campaign in the South. Official October 1928 press photo w/original caption. Gov. Smith, members of his family and official party, as they appeared on the rear platform of the Smith-Robinson Special before leaving for the South where the Democratic candidate for president will make several campaign speeches. L. to R. Al Smith, Jr; Mrs. John McQuillinan; Gov. Smith, Mrs. Smith; Mrs. John Warner and Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson. $20.00


    Item A5898NItem A5898N
    Al Smith: Governor greets wife on her return from convention. Official July 1, 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic candidate for president, as he embraced his wife on her arrival from Houston, Texas, where she attended the Democratic Convention and witnessed the nomination of her famous husband. $10.00


    Item A5900NItem A5900N
    Al Smith: Davis and Smith confer on Democratic campaign. Official August 1924 press photo w/original caption. John W. Davis, the Democratic nominee for the presidency, in conference with Governor Alfred E. Smith at Democratic headquarters in New York. Nice photo! $30.00


    Item A5902NItem A5902N
    Al Smith: When Al Said "Forget Me, Support Roosevelt" Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and unsuccessful candidate for President in 1928, pictured before the microphones in the Boston Arena last night, October 27th, when he addressed a huge crowd on behalf of the Democratic National ticket comprised of Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Nance Garner. Smith pleaded with the crowd to forget any animosity it might have toward Democrats for not nominating him president, and support the Roosevelt-Garner ticket. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Did Al cast his first Republican vote? Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith pictured at the voting machine in the election today, Nov. 3rd. If Al followed his pre-election statements he cast what is believed to have been his first Republican ballot. Former friend and political ally of President Roosevelt, Mr. Smith has been campaigning against the Chief Executive. (almost looks like Mrs. Smith is wearing a Landon sunflower button but hard to tell) $20.00


    Item A5905NItem A5905N
    Al Smith: Standard-Bearer of 1928 congratulates presidnet-elect. Official NOv 8, 1932 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, who ran for president in 1928 is among the first of the important party members to congratulate Franklin D. Roosevelt on his election to the highest office in the land. $20.00


    Item A5906NItem A5906N
    Al Smith: When Al said "Forget Me, Support Roosevelt" Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and unsuccessful candidate for President in 1928, pictured before the microphones in the Boston Arena last night, October 27th, when he addressed a huge crowd on behalf of the Democratic National ticket comprised of Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Nance Garner. Smith pleaded with the crowd to forget any animosity it might have toward Democrats for not nominating him president, and support the Roosevelt-Garner ticket. $15.00


    Item A5907NItem A5907N
    Al Smith: Al Speaks for Roosevelt in Newark. Official Oct 24, 1932 press photo w/original caption. Ex-governor Al Smith of New York, in a dramatic attitude before the microphones as a crowd of 55,000 in the 113th Armory in Neward heard his address. In plunging into the thick of the 1932 presidential battle, Al made a smash criticism of the Republican Party and a vigorous appeal for the election of Governor Roosevelt and Speaker Garner. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith Speaks for Willkie. Official 1940 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, former governor of New York State and Democratic Presidential nominee in 1928, is shown speaking at the Academy of MUsic in Brooklyn Oct 23 when he predicted that millions and millions of Democrats will vote for Wendell L. Willkie, GOP presidential nominee, on Nov 5 because of the complete failure of the New Deal. Mrs. Willie is shown in the picture listening intently. $15.00


    Item A5912NItem A5912N
    Al Smith: Al Smith gets big hand in last campaign appearance. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Standing on the stage of Harmanus Bleecker Hall in Albany on Saturday night (Oct 31) Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and Democratic presidential nominee in 1928, made his final plea for Democrats to join with him in voting for Governor Landon on election day. He got a big hand from the audience of 3,200 on the scene. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Formal pose of Alfred E. Smith. Official press photo. $12.50


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    Al Smith: Al Smith speaks in Chicago. Official October 1936 press photo w/original caption. Former Governor Alfred E. Smith, a Landon Democrat, shown speaking at the Civic Opera House in Chicago. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo w/original caption showing His Eminence Cardinal Hayes, and former goveronr Al Smith, as they appeared at a luncheon in New York attended by some 1,500 religious and lay workers, marking the opening of the 1937 appeal for Catholic charities. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo w/original caption. Former Governor Alfred E. Smith, right, presided at the Cardinal's Conference for Charity in New York. With Smith is Bishop Stephen Donahue and New York Mayor La Gurardia. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Official 1937 press photo w/original caption. Surrounded by Vatican officials, former governor of New York Alfred E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, are shown after their recent audience with Pope Pius at Castel Gandolfo, summer Villa of the Pontiff. Mr. Smith, attired in formal "tails" is holding decorations bestowed by His Holiness. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith made Papal Chamberlain. Official press photo w/original caption. The scene at the formal investiture of Al Smith, former governor of New York, with the honor of Papal Chamberlain, the honor bestowed by His Holiness Pope Pius XI. His Eminence Patrick Cardinal Hayes, Archbishop of New York, is presiding as Smith receives the honor. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Smith and Hopkins at Catholic Charities Luncheon. Official press photo w/original caption. Harry L. Hopkins, FERA Chief, at left, Patrick Cardinal Hayes, and Al Smith, at the luncheon which opened the annual Catholic charities appeal. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Ex-Governor pays homage to late Pope. Official FEb 11, 1939 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York State and a Papal Chamberlain, is shown as he participated in a special broadcast eulogizing the late Pope Pius XI over a Mutual System Network last night. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Ex-Governor pays homage to late Pope. Official Feb 11, 1939 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York State and a Papal Chamberlain, is shown as he participated in a special broadcast eulogizing the late Pope Pius XI over a Mutual System Network last night. $10.00


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    Al Smith: First picture of Al Smith on Roosevelt Bandwagon! Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. A milestone in political history is being passed as Al Smith shakes hands with Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt for the first time since the latter started his presidential campaign. The get-together occurred in the state armory at Albany during the State Democratic Convention when both backed Lehman as the party's choice for governor. L. to R. Norman E. Mack who nominated Roosevelt in Chicago; Roosevelt, Jim Farley, Head of the State and National Democratic Committees and Smith. Roosevelt said, "This is from the heart" as he took Al's hand. Smith responded, "That goes for me, too." $20.00


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    Al Smith: "Oh Yeah?" Official Oct 2, 1932 press photo w/original caption. According to the expression on the face of former governor Al Smith (center) the above comment seems to be issuing from Al's mouth as he answers a question put him by James J. Farley (right), chairman of the National Democratic Committee and Campaign Manager for Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt. At the left, listening in, is Judge Parsons of Albany. Farley is trying his hardest to have Al Smith come out positively for Roosevelt, but Smith doesn't seem to feel inclined to do this. $15.00


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    Al Smith: "Oh Yeah?" Official Oct 2, 1932 press photo w/original caption. According to the expression on the fact of former governor Al Smith (center) the above comment seems to be issuing from Al's mouth as he answers a question put him by James J. Farley (right), chairman of the National Democratic Committee and Campaign Manager for Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt. At the left, listening in, is Judge Parsons of Albany. Farley is trying his hardest to have Al Smith come out positively for Roosevelt, but Smith doesn't seem to feel inclined to do this. $15.00


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    Al Smith: "The Happy Warrior" Lauds Willkie. Official Oct 26, 1940 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, the Happy Warrior, and former governor of New York State, is shown as he spoke at the Civic Opera House in Chicago in the second of a series of speeches on behalf of Wendell Willkie, Republican Presidential nominee. $20.00


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    Al Smith: The Happy Warrior Shies from New Deal. Official Oct 1936 press photo w/original caption. A packed house in Carnegie Hall tonight (Oct 1), saw and heard Alfred E. Smith, four-time governor of New York declare against the candidate of his party and for the candidacy of Governor Landon. With characteristic gesturing and pungent phrases Al, the Happy Warrior, was in excellent fettle and held his spellbound audience on the edges of their seats, as he flayed the New Deal. The meeting was held under the auspices of the Coalition of Independent American Women. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Smith comes out for Willkie. Official 1940 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, seated at desk, the "Happy Warrior" and 1928 presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, who "took a walk" on President Roosevelt in 1936, is shown in his New York City office as he notified members of the press of his intention of backing Wendell L. Willkie, Republican Presidential nominee. He issued a statement, in hands of reporters, that roundly attacked the New Deal, President Roosevelt and a third term. He said he would make several speeches for Willkie. $25.00


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    Al Smith: Mr. Smith goes to town - for Willkie. Official Oct 1940 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and one of the pillars of the Democratic Party in pre-Roosevelt days, is shown as he registered at a "Democrats-for-Willkie" booth in New York today. Behind Smith is his son, Alfred E. Jr., who recently made his political debut. The pretty girl presiding behind the counter is Miss Mary Rose, of Yonkers. $35.00


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    Al Smith: They're both for Wendell. Official 1940 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, former governor of New York State and Democratic presidential nominee in 1928, is pictured with Mrs. Wendell L. Willkie, wife of the G.O.P. presidential nominee, just before he spoke in Willkie's behalf at the Brooklyn, NY Academy of Music. He predicted that millions and millions of Democrats will vote for Willkie on November 5 because of the complete failure of the New Deal. $35.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith gets a big hand in last campaign appearance. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Standing on the stage of Harmanus Bleecker Hall, in Albany on Saturday night (Oct 31) Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York and Democratic presidential candidate in 1928, made his final plea for Democrats to join with him in voting for Governor Landon on election day. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Philadelphia hears second Smith attack on New Deal. Official Oct 9, 1936 press photo w/original caption. An audience of 10,000, in the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia on Thursday night (Oct. 8) heard former Governor Alfred E. Smith, of New York, deliver his second broadside against the New Deal. The A.A.A;., and the administration's program for agriculture, as well as its failure to adhere to the Democratic party's 1932 platform formed the theme for Governor Smith's discourse. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Happy Warrior meets Republican nominee. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Governor Alfred M. Landon devoted his first day in New York City to conferences with Republican leaders as well as with Alfred E. Smith. $30.00


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    Al Smith: The Happy Warrior Comes to Washington. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Back in 1928 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the presidency as the "Happy Warrior", an appelation given to him by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Al Smith, his brown derby and cigar were part of the nation's political picture. Tonight (Jan. 25), he stepped off a train here in Washington with the inevitable cigar and wearing a derby - this time a black one - to make the principal address at Liberty League gathering in the Mayflower hotel, in which he raked the New Deal program of President Roosevelt fore and aft. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Two candid photos of Alfred E. Smith. Official 1936 press photos w/original captions. In his address at the Liberty League Dinner, in the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC, Jan. 25, former governor Alfred E. Smith, expressed sorrow that, as a Democrat, he felt it his duty to speak against a Democratic administration. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith gives "Slump-antidote" to Senate committee. Official Feb 28, 1933 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith gives his straight-from-the-shoulder counsel to the Senate Finance Committee now holding hearings on possible cures for the Depression. He advised a public construction program, a war debt moratorium and recognition of Soviet Russia. L. to R. Sen. Reed Smoot, Chairman; Al Smith, Sen. Jesse Metcalf of Rhode Island, and Sen. Alben Barkley of Kentucky. $15.00


    Item A5941NItem A5941N
    Al Smith: Democratic chiefs at Capital rally. Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. This close-up glimpse of four outstanding personalities of the Democratic party shows ex-governor Al Smith, leader of the Democratic Party, and Gov. Ritchie of Maryland (center) in conversation on the platform where they are listening to reports on the collection of Victory Campaign Funds. At the left is John J. Raskob and at the right is John W. Davis, former Democratic candidate for President. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Smith and son in anti-Red crusade. Official 1937 press photo w/original caption. Former governor Alfred E. Smith (right) and his son, Alfred, Jr., pictured as they listened to speakers at the New York Kippodrome anti-communist meeting after the "Happy Warrior" had delivered his address. Smith called upon labor to crusade against red influence in America. $15.00


    Item A5943NItem A5943N
    Al Smith: Smith interviewed before leaving for Washington. Official press photo w/original caption. Al Smith heads to Washington to make a major speech against the New Deal. 1936. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Smith interviewed before leaving for Washington. Official 1936 press photo of Al Smith heading to Washington to make a major speech against the New Deal. Tear at lower right and upper left corner is bent. $7.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith addresses Democratic State Convention in Rochester, NY. Official press photo w/original caption. Oct. 2, 1928. $15.00


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    Al Smith: The "Happy Warrior" goes into action. Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. Former governor Al Smith, one of the nation's foremost Democratic leaders, delivering his first speech of the 1932 presidential campaign at a Democratic Rally in Tammany Hall, New York. Smith, popularly known as the "Happy Warrior," received a wild ovation as he urged the election of Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt to the presidency, and the other candidates of the party's national, state and city tickets. $40.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo of Al Smith speaking at Liberty League Dinner in Washington, DC (1936) where he came out against the New Deal. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo of Al Smith speaking at Liberty League Dinner in Washington, DC (1936) where he came out against the New Deal. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Press photo, no caption. Not quite sure what this is but believe it shows Al Smith w/arm around his son, Al, Jr. as he files papers to run for public office for the first time. $10.00


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    Al Smith: New York's big 3 discuss coming campaign. Official press photo w/original caption. Governor Herbert Lehman (center), ex-governor Alfred E. Landon (left) and Postmaster General Jim Farley are discussing Lehman's campaign. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith buys first stamps in new type post office. Official 1934 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith buys the first stamps from Postmaster Goldman at the official opening of the post office substation in the Empire State Building. This is the first of the so-called "friendly customer" post offices, in which thge clerks are in full view of the public instead of behind barred windows as in the past. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Help mark anniversary of Foundling Hospital. Official 1939 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, former governor of New York State, left, and Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, of New York, peek into a baby's crib at the New York Foundling Hospital when they helped celebrate the institution's 70th anniversary, Oct. 27th. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith and Jim Farley, at "Civic Reception" to New Bishop. Official 1933 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, who was Democratic candidate for president in 1928, pictured with James J. Farley, Postmaster General of the United States and Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, at the "Civic Reception" tendered the most Rev. James H. Ryan, Rector of Catholic University who recently was elevated to Episcopal rank as Bishop of the Titular See of Modra. Mr. Smith made the principal lay address at the gathering. During the day he was the guest at tea, of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, his old friend. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Alumnus of "Sidewalks of New York" marches at Harvard. Official press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, graduate from the "Sidewalks of New York", joins the ranks of the world's scholars as he marches in the Harvard commencement procession after receiving the honorary degree of doctor of laws at the 297th graduation exercises. He was eulogized by President Lowell as a "master of state administration s shown by his record as governor. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith, Bankers, and City Heads attack budget tangle. Official press photo w/original caption. Former governor Al Smith addressing a committee of three bankers, acting Mayor McKee, Comptroller Berry, and Aldermanic President Mahon, which he suggested be summoned in an executive session to thresh out the difficulties that have arisen in connection with the 1933 budget. Wall Street bankers have refused to advance the city the needed $30 million for relief work because they do not approve of the budget as it stands. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith at Liberty League Dinner. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. This unusual candid camera study shows Al Smith munching peanuts at the Liberty League Dinner before making the address in which he bitterly attacked President Roosevelt and the New Deal. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Mr. Smith's "Independents" Feted Lehman. Official press photo w/original caption. Ex-governor Al Smith, head of a new group of independents, is shown introducting Governor Herbert Lehman. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Foes of 1928 join hands for charity in 1935. Official press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith and former President Herbert Hoover are pictured here as they entered the Seventh Regiment Armory together to attend the Citizens' Appeal Dinner for the Salvation Army. Both Mr. Smith and Mr. Hoover spoke for the drive, that opened tonight. A fund of $500,000 is to be raised by popular subscriptions. $35.00


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    Al Smith: All the warriors are happy. Official press photo w/original caption. It was a noble victory and these three old campaigners are extremely happy over it. In the center is "Happy Warrior" Al Smith, with his arms about U.S. Senator Robert F. Wagner (left) and Governor Herbert H. Lehman, who was victorious in his campaign for re-election by a plurality of close to a million. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al gives his old clothes, and his presidential brown derby to unemployed. Official press photo w/original caption. Al E. Smith, former governor of New York, presenting to Clarence H. Low, chairman of the clothing relief division of the Gibson Unemployment Relief Committee, with some of his old clothes, including one of his famous campaign brown derbies. Al made the presentation at the committee's headquarters. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Philadelphia hears second Smith attack on New Deal. Official press photo w/original caption. An audience of 10,000, in the Metropolitan Opera House, heard former governor Alfred E. Smith, of New York, deliver his second broadside against the New Deal. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith gets occupancy certificate for Empire State Building. Official 1931 press photo w/original caption. Superintendent of Building of New York, Frederick C. Kuehnle, handing to ex-governor Alfred E. Smith, a certificate of occupancy for the Empire State Building, tallest habitable structure in the world. This marked the official opening of the building. Smith is President of the company that constructed the building. By pressing a key in Washington, President Herbert Hoover turned on the building's lights. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Original press photo, no caption. Alfred E. Smith in top hat and tails prepares for joining the ranks of the world's scholars as they march in the Harvard commencement procession after receiving the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at the 297th graduation exercises. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Gov. Smith testifies before Senate Committee investigating Campaign expenses. Original May 1928 press photo w/original caption. Governor Al Smith, New York's presidential aspirant, as he appeared in the witness chair at the Commodore Hotel, answering questions asked him by the Senate Committee which came up from Washington for the testimony of Smith concerning his expenses for the presidential campaign. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Bon Voyage - from Al Smith to Skipper of new U.S. liner. Official 1933 press photo w/original caption. Former governor Alfred E. Smith bids Captain George Fried of the new United States Liner Washington, bon voyage and good luck, as the palatial ship sails on its maiden transatlantic voyage. P.A.S. Franklin, president of the International Mercantile Marine is looking on. 48 pigeons representing the states of the Union were released from the ship, each carrying a greeting to President Roosevelt at the White House. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Former governor speaks at county government hearing. Official press photo w/original caption. Former governor Al Smith is shown speaking before the public hearing on the proposed reorganization of county governments in New York State. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Presenting -- Al Smith, the Civic Expert. Official press photo w/original caption. Alfred Emanuel Smith, former governor of New York, former Democratic candidate for the presidency, editor of a magazine, official of the Empire State Building Corporation, pictured as he appeared in a new role today, Dec. 1st, that of a civic expert. Mr. Smith was photographed on the stand when he appeared before the joint Legislative Committee as an expert witness to suggest improvement in New York City's government. The former governor was called by Samuel Seabury, Counsel for the investigators. Mr. Seabury presented statistical surveys to show the budget of New York has doubled in the last decade, leading up to New York's present financial crisis. $12.50


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    Al Smith: "Fireman Al" - He blows his horn. Official press photo w/original caption. Al E. Smith, former governor of New YOrk and one-time candidate for the presidency, tooting his horn during the fireman's night at the Coney Island Mardi Gras which Al hasn't missed in years. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Former Oliver Street Boy again makes good. Official press photo w/original caption. Dr. William Leland Thompson, of Troy, NY; former Governor Alfred E. Smith, and Dr. Frank Graves, Commissioner of Education of New York State are the interesting principals in this happy snapshot of the investiture of New York's sage of Democracy with the degree LLO. The boy who was born in the shadow of the towers of the Brooklyn bridge; who in his teens wrapped fish at the famous Fulton Fish Market in New York; who, as a young man entered the New York State Assembly there to begin the political career that carried him four times to the governor's chair, and saw him take an unsuccessful fight for the presidency of the United States, must have been thrilled at the knowledge that he is only the second of the state's governors who has been so honored by his state's school, and he must have elicited some degree of satisfaction from the further knowledge that his newest honor came to him because of his tireless efforts in behalf of education, both as a member of the legislature and as governor. Charles E. Hughes, now Chief Justice of the United States, is the only other former governor of New York who has been so honored by the university. $20.00


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    Al Smith: The cigar, the Brown Derby, and Al. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Al Smith, the "Happy Warrior", and Mrs. Smith leaving train in Chicago where Al will give his major campaign address on behalf of Republican candidate Landon at the Civic Opera House. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Official press photo w/original caption. A royal party from the tiny Duchy of Luxemburg is viewing New York from atop the Empire State Building, as the guests of former governor Alfred E. Smith of New York. L. to R. Alfred E. Smith, His Royal Highness Felix Prince Comsort of Luxemburg and (in back) the Crown Prince Jean, heir to the throne. $12.50


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    Al Smith: Honored by the "Happy Warrior" Official press photo w/original caption. George Coyle, 19-year-old movie usher and ace amateur boxer, is shown as he received a 4-year scholarship to Manhattan College from former governor Alfred E. Smith, who made the presentation on behalf of the Catholic Youths Association. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith gives "Slump-Antidote" to Senate committee. Official 1933 press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith gives his straight-from-the-shoulder counsel to the Senate Finance Committee now holding hearings on possible cures for the depression. He advised a public construction program, a war debt moratorium and recognition of Soviet Russia. L. to R. Sen Reed Smoot, chairman; Al Smith; Sen. Jesse Metcalf of Rhode Island; and Sen. Alben Barkley of Kentucky. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Smith conferres with Commerce Committee. Official press photo w/original caption. Former governor Alfred E. Smith (left) of New York, with Barnard Baruch and Rep. Sam Rayburn, of Texas, chairman of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, during the former governor's conference with members of the committee in regard to the findings of the recently created transportation board, of which Smith is a member. $15.00


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    Al Smith: "Al" aids blind worker. Official press photo w/original caption. Former governor and Mrs. Alfred E. Smith, photographed before the loom of blind Alice Vander Ryker at the Sale of articles manufactured by blind persons at the Empire State Building. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Former governor backs Tammany candidate. Official press photo w/original caption. Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York State, is pictured speaking at the Brooklyn Academy of Music tonight (Sept 13th), in the first of two campaign speeches for Senator Royal S. Copelans mayoralty candidate, on the Democratic ticket. In his fiery speech, the former governor assailed Mayor Fiorello La Guardia and urged the voters to go to the primary polls and nominate his candidate. $12.50


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    Al Smith: Anti-prohibition photo showing Al Smith and Leader of Women Wets. Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. Former governor Al Smith and Mrs. Charles H. Sabin, militant leader of the Women Wets, as they appeared at the tstimonial dinner for the latter last night addressing about 1000 men and women diners. The former governor said a new plan for effecting immediate modification of the Volstead Act would be merely add another section to it saying: "Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to apply to malted liquors." $20.00


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    Al Smith: "Al" and party invade the golf links. Official 1928 press photo w/original caption. L. to R. Chief William A. Humphries, friend of Gov. Al Amith; the Governor and Democratic presidential nominee; former Judge Morgan J. O'Brien; Arthur Smith, son of the Governor; and John J. Glynn, son of former Governor Glynn, as they appeared on the Shinnycock Golf Course in Hampton Bays, Long Island. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith opens "fighting campaign" against New Deal. Official 1936 press photo w/original caption. Faced by a battery of cameras and a packed hall, Al Smith launched his vocal attack on the New Deal, here tonight (Oct. 1) and served notice that the familiar old brown derby is still in the political ring. $20.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith, the civic expert. Official 1932 press photo w/original caption. Alfred Emanuel Smith, former governor of New York, former Democratic candidate for the presidency, editor of a magazine, official of the Empire State Building Corporation, pictured as he appeared in a new role today, Dec. 1st, that of a civic expert. Mr. Smith as photographed on the stand when he appeared before the joint legislative committee as an expert witness to suggest improvement in New York City's government. The former governor was called by Samuel Seabury, Cousel for the investigators. Mr. Seagury presented statistical surveys to show the budget of New York has doubled in the last decade, leading up to New York's present financial crisis. $12.50


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    Al Smith: At crime prevention conference. Official 1935 press photo w/original caption. Former governor Alfred E. Smith of New York and Charles Evans Hughes, Jr., president of the National Probation Association at the conference on crime prevention sponsored by the Association at the Biltmore. $12.50


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    Al Smith: Al Smith birthday. Official 1934 press photo w/original caption. The "Happy Warrior" - former governor Alfred E. Smith, one-time presidential candidate, celebrates his 61st birthday as a guest of Governor Lehman. $10.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. "Happy Warrior" Smith, former governor of New York, and Mrs. Smith, as they arrived in Chicago today. Smith will deliver the second in a series of addresses for Wendell Willkie here tonight at the Civic Opera House. 10-26-40. Original press photo. no caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith. Early press photo, no caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, outside election booth after casting their votes. 1932. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, outside election booth after casting their votes. 1932. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith brought his brown derby and his heafy artillery to the Quaker City tonight (Oct 8, 1936) to deliver his second broadside of the campaign against the New Deal. Pictured with Mrs. Smith. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith & Mrs. Smith pictured as they prepare to sail for Europe. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Al Smith: Taken in the Executive Mansion at Albany shows Governor & Mrs. Alfred E. Smith with their grandchildren Walter and Arthur. It seems that Smith is the man to be nominated at the Houston Democratic National Convention and the great question is will he be the man for the White House. June 27, 1928. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Governor and Mrs. Alfred E. Smith and their grandchildren Walter Joseph, Arthur, and Mary Adams Warner, as they appeared at the Executive Mansion here today. The Governor doesn't seem to be worried in the least over the campaign situation. 7-17-1928. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith, Mrs. Smith (on left) and unidentified lady on right. Original press photo, no caption. Dated May 17, 1939. 8" x 10" $10.00


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    Al Smith: International newsreel photo showing when Gov. Alfred E. Smith took office as president of the board of aldermen in New York. Editor's note: Hold this photo for use in Smith layout in connection with the Democratic convention. June 19, 1928. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Birthplace of Governor Alfred E. Smith at the corner of Roosevelt and South Streets in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge. Original press photo w/handwritten notation. Circa 1928. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith and Mrs. Smith "tripping the light fantastic" at a resort in Palm Beach, Florida where they are spending a winter vacation. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $18.00


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    Al Smith: Former Governor of New York Alfred E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, in their box at Saratoga Springs, New York, where they are watching the races. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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    Al Smith: Mrs. Alfred E. Smith enjoys a shopping tour by roller chair. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $18.00


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    Al Smith: Governor Smith poses with newlyweds. After the wedding of their youngest daughter, Catherine, Gov. and Mrs. Smith posed for a picture with the bridal party on the porch of the governor's mansion in Albany. Photo shows Gov. & Mrs. Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Quillinan, bride & groom; Arthur Smith Jr, ring bearer, and Jane Glynn, the flower girl. June 9, 1928. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" Some edge chips but not affecting the photo. $15.00


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    Al Smith: Alfred E. Smith and Mrs. Smith in the Breakers pool in Palm Beach before they started a morning swim. Al showed Mrs. Smith various strokes in his assortment to the delight of onlookers. Feb 24, 1929. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: Far from the sidewalks of New York and minus his brown derby, Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York, is pictured reading his newspaper between dips in the Briny at Sea Spray Beach Club in Palm Beach. Jan 1938. Original Press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Al Smith: Al Smith, former governor of New York State resting on the sands of Miami Beach where he is sojourning. This is the first picture to reach New York of Mr. Smith in bathing attire. Feb 1, 1929. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Al Smith: Southampton, Long Island. Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic presidential candidate as he appeared with friends at the Montauk Point State Park during his weekend vacation. L. to R. William A. Humphries, Governor Smith and Robert Moses, Commissioner of State Park Council of Long Island. July 29, 1928. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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    Al Smith: Piece of Beloved "Sidewalks" for Smith Ship. The Rev. Arthur Kean, Pastor of St. James Church, blesses a piece of stone, taken from the sidewalks of New York so beloved by the late Alfred E. Smith, near the former Smith home on the East Side. The stone will be put aboard the ship that will be named for the former governor of New York at a Maine Shipyard next month. Jan 5, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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    Al Smith: Present "Sidewalk of N.Y." to ship Alfred E. Smith. Workmen in Portland, Maine are shown with a piece of the "Sidewalks of New York," presented by the City of New York to the S.S. Alfred E. Smith, 239th Cargo Ship, to be launched by the New England Shipbuilding Corp. Mrs. Warner, daughter of the late Alfred E. Smith, was the sponsor and is shown in the background. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" A "gouge" out of bottom center. $6.00


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    Al Smith: Ex-Governor Alfred E. Smith is stooped in grief as he kneels between two of his children, Capt. Al Smith, Jr. and his eldest daughter, Mrs. John A. Warner, at today's mass of requiem at St. Patrick's Cathedral for his wife, who passed away Thursday. Mrs. Warner's face is buried in her hands and is further obscured by the mourning veil. Also in the range of the camera are Grover Whalen (in rear, left) and close kin of the family. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: Here is a general view in St. Patrick's Cathedral as thousands upon thousands of all races and creeds from his beloved sidewalks of New York filed past the coffin containing the body of Alfred E. Smith to pay their last respects to that beloved New Yorker. Oct 6, 1944. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: Here is a general view in St. Patrick's Cathedral as thousands upon thousands of all races and creeds from his beloved sidewalks of New York filed past the coffin containing the body of Alfred E. Smith to pay their last respects to that beloved New Yorker. Oct 6, 1944. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: Pay homage to Happy Warrior. People from the Sidewalks of New York solemnly pass the last remains of the late Alfred E. Smith former New York governor and well-beloved figure in American life. The scene is Lady Chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York. Oct 6, 1944. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


    Item A6027NItem A6027N
    Al Smith: Pay homage to Happy Warrior. People from the Sidewalks of New York solemnly pass the last remains of the late Alfred E. Smith former New York governor and well-beloved figure in American life. The scene is Lady Chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral. New York. Oct 6, 1944. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Al Smith: A view of the scene from the rear of the church in St. Patrick's Cathedral today when the high and the low of New York joined with church, government and industrial dignitaries to pay tribute to the memory of Alfred E. Smith, former governor of New York. The casket is at right. Thousands of persons stood long hours in line to file past the casket as it lay in state in Lovely Lady Chapel of the Cathedral. Oct 1944. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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    Al Smith: View of scene inside St. Patrick's Cathedral today during celebration of Pontifical Mass of Requiem for beloved Alfred E. Smith, four times governor of New York. At left (wearing black hat) is Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of Pres., escorted by Maj. Gen. Thomas A. Terry. Behind casket at right are close relatives of Mr. Smith. They are: Walter J. Smith, son; Mrs. Walter Smith, daughter in law; Mrs. Francis Quillinnan, daughter; Mr. Quillinan, son in law; and Mrs. John Warner, daughter. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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    Al Smith: View of scene inside St. Patrick's Cathedral today during celebration of Pontifical Mass of Requiem for beloved Alfred E. Smith, four times governor of New York. At left (wearing black hat) is Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of Pres., escorted by Maj. Gen. Thomas A. terry. Behind casket at right are close relatives of Mr. Smith. They are: Walter J. Smith, son; Mrs. Walter Smith, daughter in law; Mrs. Francis Quillinnan, daughter; Mr. Quillinan, son in law; and Mrs. John Warner, daughter. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $25.00


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    Al Smith: John D. Rockefeller, Jr., oil tycoon and Frances Perkins, U.S. Secretary of Labor, are shown outside St. Patrick's Cathedral, just two of the thousands, representing all phases and strata of American life that gathered to pay tribute to the memory of Alfred E. Smith, the beloved "Happy Warrior" today. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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