Dewey Arch in New York City 1900

This photograph is printed from the vintage glass negative . It is a picture of the Dewey Arch which stood in Madison Square (5th Ave. & 23rd St.) for about one year (1899-1900). Judging by the crowd of people around the arch, this picture could have been taken during the three day celebration (Sept. 28-30, 1899). It was errected to celebrate Admiral George Dewey's naval victories in the Spanish American War. It was made of plaster and wood and was designed by G. R. Lamb in collaboration with members of the National Sculpture Socirty. Plans for errecting a permanent monument to honor Dewey were never realized because Dewey's popularity waned after the war. This was a beautiful but short lived piece of New York City.


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