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Yes, she is supreme!

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Visited Statue of liberty Ellis island Newyork USA in October 2016.felt so happy and unforgettable event in my life.

Lady Liberty, you are wonderfull always.

On a national TV show in the USA this actor was about to double his winning from $125,000 to $250,000 with this easy question. He didn’t know the answer and had used all of his life-lines, so he walked with $125,000 for his charity of choice. Before he left, he was asked to reveal what his guess should have been. He chose D which is not correct. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB final answer!

I think the Club will send him our latest newsletter.
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On a national TV show in the USA this actor was about to double his winning from $125,000 to $250,000 with this easy question. He didn’t know the answer and had used all of his life-lines, so he walked with $125,000 for his charity of choice. Before he left, he was asked to reveal what his guess should have been. He chose D which is not correct. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB final answer!

I think the Club will send him our latest newsletter.

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Oh dear. Lol!

😂

As Comfort arrives, she has hope. Miss Liberty has seen a lot over the years. ...

As Comfort arrives, she has hope. Miss Liberty has seen a lot over the years.

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A wonderful place to visit

Take care all 💪

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National Park Service 

Longtime New York newspaper reporter and writer, Pete Hamill, died yesterday at the age of 85. “If the pavement of this city could speak, it would sound like Pete Hamill,” New York Times journalist Dan Barry once said. “The Power and The People” episode of the 1999 documentary, "New York: A Documentary Film" by Ric Burns and James Sanders, opens with a view of Ellis Island and Hamill soulfully sharing his thoughts of being the child of immigrants in New York City.

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Longtime New York newspaper reporter and writer, Pete Hamill, died yesterday at the age of 85. “If the pavement of this city could speak, it would sound like Pete Hamill,” New York Times journalist Dan Barry once said.  “The Power and The People” episode of the 1999 documentary, New York: A Documentary Film by Ric Burns and James Sanders, opens with a view of Ellis Island and Hamill soulfully sharing his thoughts of being the child of immigrants in New York City. 

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Great journalist.

Coincidentally I am reading one of his books at the moment!

✨ fine post...

On this day in history!

136 years ago today, August 5, 1884, the cornerstone of the pedestal for the Statue of Liberty National Monument was ceremoniously placed on Bedloe’s Island.

Caption: Statue Of Liberty with pedestal and Fort Wood base, from east pier.
Photographer: Jet Lowe, Heritage Documentation Programs, NPS photographer

LEARN MORE
See the rest of the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation of the Statue of Liberty in The Library of Congress at www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/hh/item/ny1251/

Visit the National Park Service website on the Statue of Liberty to discover more about the statue at www.nps.gov/stli/index.htm

#NationalParks #OnThisDay #StatueOfLiberty #HAERnps #PreservationThroughDocumentation #HistoricPreservation #HeritageDocumentationOn this day in history!

135 years ago today, August 5, 1884, the cornerstone of the pedestal for the Statue of Liberty National Monument was ceremoniously placed on Bedloe’s Island.

Caption: Statue Of Liberty with pedestal and Fort Wood base, from east pier.
Photographer: Jet Lowe, Heritage Documentation Programs, NPS photographer

LEARN MORE
See the rest of the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation of the Statue of Liberty in The Library of Congress at www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/hh/item/ny1251/

Visit the National Park Service website on the Statue of Liberty to discover more about the statue at www.nps.gov/stli/index.htm

#NationalParks #OnThisDay #StatueOfLiberty #HAERnps #PreservationThroughDocumentation #HistoricPreservation #HeritageDocumentation
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On this day in history!

136 years ago today, August 5, 1884, the cornerstone of the pedestal for the Statue of Liberty National Monument was ceremoniously placed on Bedloe’s Island.

Caption: Statue Of Liberty with pedestal and Fort Wood base, from east pier. 
Photographer: Jet Lowe, Heritage Documentation Programs, NPS photographer

LEARN MORE
See the rest of the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation of the Statue of Liberty in The Library of Congress at https://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/hh/item/ny1251/

Visit the National Park Service website on the Statue of Liberty to discover more about the statue at https://www.nps.gov/stli/index.htm 

#NationalParks #OnThisDay #StatueOfLiberty #HAERnps #PreservationThroughDocumentation #HistoricPreservation #HeritageDocumentation

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Wow! This brings back great memories --- my first assignment after boot camp took me to Brooklyn, NY to board my first naval vessel, the USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN CVA 39 back in 1956! I enjoyed visiting several historic places close to my ship.

Isaias huffed and puffed yesterday. It's history.

Today, we are open for business (in our limited CoVid sorta way).

Come visit.
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Isaias huffed and puffed yesterday. Its history.

Today, we are open for business (in our limited CoVid sorta way).

Come visit.

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This is worth celebrating!

Beautiful even in a storm.

Great pics about the last 5 dramatic months in NYC and their people... youtu.be/MlI79EQxLe8

2 weeks ago

Statue of Liberty National Monument

The Statue of Liberty National Monument - in concert with the City of New York’s move into Phase Four of New York State’s reopening plan, began the first stage of reopening of Liberty Island providing access to (please read all of this posting):

The grounds of Liberty Island only are open.

The Liberty Island Information Center & the Statue of Liberty Museum remain closed.

There is limited food service with outdoor dining only.The gift shop, and public restroom services are available.

All of Ellis Island remains closed. Visitors may see the buildings and take photographs of Ellis Island from the ferry.

The Statue of Liberty interior - the Pedestal and the Crown are closed and will be part of a later reopening phase.

[Image Description: The Statue of Liberty and and lawn at Liberty Island are photographed from the ferry. In the distance the skyline of lower Manhattan is in view. A smattering of puffy clouds are in the sky,]
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The Statue of Liberty National Monument - in concert with the City of New York’s move into Phase Four of New York State’s reopening plan, began the first stage of reopening of Liberty Island providing access to (please read all of this posting):

The grounds of Liberty Island only are open.

The Liberty Island Information Center & the Statue of Liberty Museum remain closed.

There is limited food service with outdoor dining only.The gift shop, and public restroom services are available. 

All of Ellis Island remains closed. Visitors may see the buildings and take photographs of Ellis Island from the ferry.

The Statue of Liberty interior - the Pedestal and the Crown are closed and will be part of a later reopening phase.

[Image Description: The Statue of Liberty and and lawn at Liberty Island are photographed from the ferry.  In the distance the skyline of lower Manhattan is in view.  A smattering of puffy clouds are in the sky,]

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This, although limited, is wonderful!

So glad the grounds are open again.

I miss the lemonade there in the island (Bills) 👌😋🥤💜

Why has nobody tried to clean the statue of liberty and Polish it back to its shiny copper status?

My dream is to be a best friend of DONALD TRUMP FOR TRUTH-TRUST-TRIUMPH ! GIFT TO PRESIDENT TRUMP FOR IN ELECTIONS VICTORY-IDEA-WORD FREEDOM IN VARIOUS LANGUAGES ON THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY (USA) –Besiki Adamia from Georgia, Caucasus www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3167124009987639&set=pb.100000702138006.-2207520000..&type=3&theater

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Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Foundation

A funny yet heartwarming story... What did you say when you first saw Lady Liberty? 🗽During our time away, we received this letter.

"My Ukrainian grandmother came to this country circa 1915; she was about 9 years old. One beautiful day, I went up the top of the World Trade Center. Looking towards the ocean and the harbor entrance, it was apparent that the first thing a ship would encounter was the Statue of Liberty.

When I got home, I asked my grandmother what the people on her ship thought when they saw the statue. She explained that everyone was on deck as the ship entered the harbor. She said the children were all asking their parents, “What is the lady holding?” The adults replied, “A potato, because there’s so much food here!” A true story! You can imagine the poverty they left behind in “the old country”.

Photo of original Statue torch being removed during the 1984 restoration.
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A funny yet heartwarming story... What did you say when you first saw Lady Liberty? 🗽

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I would love to be able to climb the arm and stand out on the torch.

I love this statue my Grandma came to the USA from Florence Italy on the ship to Ellis Island I been to Statue of liberty and to Ellis Island I love looking at it I am from Staten Island NY I see it everyday on the ferry boat

What a sweet story. Thanks for sharing

My Pop took the torch down and put the new one up. Sadly he is not in your photo. He is far right in the suit.

#StatueSunday 🗽 As Bartholdi entered New York harbor by ship, he saw Bedloe's Island (now Liberty Island). Bartholdi saw New York as the gateway to America, and it was at Bedloe's Island that Bartholdi envisioned the Statue rising out of the star-shaped Fort Wood! This was chosen as Liberty's home. ...

#StatueSunday 🗽 As Bartholdi entered New York harbor by ship, he saw Bedloes Island (now Liberty Island). Bartholdi saw New York as the gateway to America, and it was at Bedloes Island that Bartholdi envisioned the Statue rising out of the star-shaped Fort Wood! This was chosen as Libertys home.

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Une vision grandiose : «vous entrez dans le pays de la Liberté qui porte la Lumière et la Loi»

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Amazing Lady Liberty

Wood County, Ohio Bicentennial, 1820-2020 #woodcountyproud

This fascinating video from The Library of Congress shows real footage of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island on April 27, 1906.

Click the video below to watch history come alive! 🗽

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzHeOH7h52cSUMMARY Depicts scenes at the Immigration Depot and a nearby dock on Ellis Island. Appears to show, first, a group of immigrants lined up to board a vessel l...
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Brave people looking for a better life. The backbone of our nation.

Grace Hopkins

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👏👏👏💪💪💪💪

Whenever I see these pictures I always wonder could one of these people be my ancestors?

The grounds of Liberty Island are open to the public! Enjoy a sunny weekend with Lady Liberty. The ferry ride is sure to cool you off from this heat wave! 🗽☀ The ONLY ferry with access to Liberty Island is Statue Cruises! Learn more here: www.statuecruises.com/ ...

The grounds of Liberty Island are open to the public! Enjoy a sunny weekend with Lady Liberty. The ferry ride is sure to cool you off from this heat wave! 🗽☀ The ONLY ferry with access to Liberty Island is Statue Cruises! Learn more here: https://www.statuecruises.com/

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Awesome place to visit

Nice to see Lady Liberty

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Statue of Liberty Gift Store

9 months ago

Evelyn Hill Inc.

Happy Hilloween everyone!! 🎃👻🗽 ...

Happy Hilloween everyone!! 🎃👻🗽

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Y'all look great

Roslyn Soliz wow I wanna be Aurora! <3

Andrey Lauron So cuteee

1 years ago

Evelyn Hill Inc.

Happy 4th of July! ❤️🇺🇸💥 ...

Happy 4th of July! ❤️🇺🇸💥

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Memories, sweet memories

💖🇱🇷💖

1 years ago

Evelyn Hill Inc.

First there was the hotdog, then came the hamburger and now, for the third year in a row, comes the immigration and history of the pizza! Another successful and delicious summit completed! Thank you National Park Service for your support! 🗽 ...

First there was the hotdog, then came the hamburger and now, for the third year in a row, comes the immigration and history of the pizza! Another successful and delicious summit completed! Thank you National Park Service for your support! 🗽Image attachment

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such a wonderful year full of great memories. thank you everyone Evelyn Hill Inc. #straightoutta #summer2017 😀

1 years ago

Evelyn Hill Inc.

#pizzasummit ...

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