The New York ClipArt gallery includes 205 illustrations related to the Empire State. Illustrations include the Capitol at Albany, scenic views, buildings, and famous landmarks.

"What a fall there was, my countrymen!" This picture from Nast depicts the wreck in Wall Street after Black Friday, September 24, 1869.

Black Friday in Wall Street

"What a fall there was, my countrymen!" This picture from Nast depicts the wreck in Wall Street after…

Balm of Gilead at Fort Edward.

Balm of Gilead

Balm of Gilead at Fort Edward.

Grand Central Depot showing elevated railroad in New York.

Grand Central Station

Grand Central Depot showing elevated railroad in New York.

The tomb of Ulysses S. Grant in New York City.

Grant's Tomb

The tomb of Ulysses S. Grant in New York City.

Doorway of Guernsey Building, Broadway. R. M. Hunt, Architect.

Guernsey Building

Doorway of Guernsey Building, Broadway. R. M. Hunt, Architect.

Henry Hudon's vessel the <em>Halve Maen</em> or Half Moon in the Hudson River when it was first discovered.

The Half Moon in the Hudson

Henry Hudon's vessel the Halve Maen or Half Moon in the Hudson River when it was first discovered.

The Hall of Fame for Great Americans at Bronx Community College, the original "Hall of Fame" in the United States, is a New York landmark institution founded in 1900 to honor prominent Americans who have had a significant impact on this nation's history.

The Hall of Fame for Great Americans

The Hall of Fame for Great Americans at Bronx Community College, the original "Hall of Fame" in the…

The opening of the shaft beneath Hell Gate, New York.

Hell Gate

The opening of the shaft beneath Hell Gate, New York.

An illustration of the Marine Hospital located a the Brooklyn Navy-Yard.

Hospital

An illustration of the Marine Hospital located a the Brooklyn Navy-Yard.

An illustration of a proposed family hotel in New York City. "There is probably no great city in the world which needs a reform in domestic architecture more urgently than New York; as there us none which contains such a preponderance of dwellings unsuited to the wants of the people who inhabit them." -Holland, 1874

Proposed Family Hotel

An illustration of a proposed family hotel in New York City. "There is probably no great city in the…

House in Fifty-Sixth Street, New York. Bruce Price, Architect.

House

House in Fifty-Sixth Street, New York. Bruce Price, Architect.

An illustration showing Henry Hudson's ship exploring the river which now bears his name.

Hudson's Exploration

An illustration showing Henry Hudson's ship exploring the river which now bears his name.

Jane McCrea Tree, Fort Edward.

Jane McCrea Tree

Jane McCrea Tree, Fort Edward.

The King's Bridge, erected in 1693 by Frederick Philipse a local Lord loyal to the British Monarch. It is located in the northwest Bronx, New York.

King's Bridge in 1860

The King's Bridge, erected in 1693 by Frederick Philipse a local Lord loyal to the British Monarch.…

Kip's house, a home on Kip's Bay in New York.

Kip's house

Kip's house, a home on Kip's Bay in New York.

The Second Battle of Lacolle Mills was fought on March 30, 1814 during the War of 1812. The small garrison of a British outpost position, aided by reinforcements, fought off a strong but poorly executed American attack.

La Colle Mill and Blockhouse

The Second Battle of Lacolle Mills was fought on March 30, 1814 during the War of 1812. The small garrison…

The landing of the Dutch settlers on Manhattan, now the city of New York.

Landing of the Dutch settlers on Manhattan Island

The landing of the Dutch settlers on Manhattan, now the city of New York.

"'Liberty Enlightening the World,' a gift from the French Republic to the Greatest Republic. Height of Statue, 151 feet; of pedestal, 155 feet." -Foster, 1921

Statue of Liberty

"'Liberty Enlightening the World,' a gift from the French Republic to the Greatest Republic. Height…

A political cartoon describing civilian answers to the new war cry during World War I. This cartoon title is "Liberty In Bonds."

Liberty In Bonds

A political cartoon describing civilian answers to the new war cry during World War I. This cartoon…

"The Statue of Lberty is a colossal statue on Bedloe's Island, N.Y. On Oct. 28, 1886, after more than 12 years of preparation, the colossal statue of Liberty, given by the people of France to the United States, was dedicated and unveiled in New York harbor. The statue was the conception of M. Bartholdi, who designed it for the Franco-American Union in 1874. It was built by popular subscriptions of the people of France."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Statue of Liberty

"The Statue of Lberty is a colossal statue on Bedloe's Island, N.Y. On Oct. 28, 1886, after more than…

The Statue of Liberty in New York is the largest statue in the world, given as a gift from France to celebrate 100 years of United States independence.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty in New York is the largest statue in the world, given as a gift from France to…

"The great Bartholdi statue, 'Liberty Enlightening the World,' erected upon Bedloe's Island in New York Bay, was the gift of France to the American People."-Lupton

Statue of Liberty

"The great Bartholdi statue, 'Liberty Enlightening the World,' erected upon Bedloe's Island in New York…

The Sackett's Harbor lighthouse was erected on Horse Island during the War of 1812.

Lighthouse on Horse Island

The Sackett's Harbor lighthouse was erected on Horse Island during the War of 1812.

Lindenwald was Martin Van Buren's estate in Albany, New York. It was built in 1841.

Lindenwald, Van Buren's Estate

Lindenwald was Martin Van Buren's estate in Albany, New York. It was built in 1841.

Edward Livingston (26 May 1764–23 May 1836) was a prominent American jurist and statesman. He was an influential figure in the drafting of the Louisiana Civil Code of 1825, a civil code based largely on the Napoleonic Code. He represented both New York, and later Louisiana in Congress and he served as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1831 to 1833.

Edward Livingston

Edward Livingston (26 May 1764–23 May 1836) was a prominent American jurist and statesman. He was…

At the Battle of Long Island, in August of 1776, Stirling led the 1st Maryland Regiment in repeated attacks against a superior British force at the Old Stone House near what is today named the Gowanus Canal and took heavy casualties.

Lord Stirling's Last Stand Around the Cortelyou House

At the Battle of Long Island, in August of 1776, Stirling led the 1st Maryland Regiment in repeated…

"The Manhattan elevated railway, new York."&mdash;E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Manhattan railway

"The Manhattan elevated railway, new York."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Grave of Jane McCrea.

McCrea Grave

Grave of Jane McCrea.

The interior of the Temple of Music at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York where President William McKinley was shot in 1901. The X marks the sport where McKinley stood when shot.

Interior of the Temple of Music Where McKinley was Shot

The interior of the Temple of Music at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York where President…

An old stone mill on the Saranac River in New York.

Old Stone Mill

An old stone mill on the Saranac River in New York.

Gateway of Mills Building in New York. George B. Post, Architect.

Mills Building

Gateway of Mills Building in New York. George B. Post, Architect.

Richard Montgomery's Monument, states: "This monument is erected by order of Congress, 25th of January, 1776, to transmit to posterity a grateful remembrance of the patriotic conduct, enterprise, and preseverance of Major-general Richard Montgomery, who, after a series of success amid the most discouraging difficulties, fell in the attack on Quebec, 31st December, 1775, aged 37 yeras.

Richard Montgomery's Monument

Richard Montgomery's Monument, states: "This monument is erected by order of Congress, 25th of January,…

Earliest picture of New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam

Earliest picture of New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam in the middle of the Seventeenth century.

New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam in the middle of the Seventeenth century.

The Dutch colony of New Amsterdam.

New Amsterdam

The Dutch colony of New Amsterdam.

A view of New Amsterdam, a Dutch colony in America. It later became New York City.

New Amsterdam in 1655

A view of New Amsterdam, a Dutch colony in America. It later became New York City.

View of New Amsterdam in 1656.

View of New Amsterdam, 1656

View of New Amsterdam in 1656.

The official seal of the U.S. state of New York in 1889.

New York

The official seal of the U.S. state of New York in 1889.

The United States seal of New York with a backdrop of the Erie Canal.

New York

The United States seal of New York with a backdrop of the Erie Canal.

A view of the New York City hall and docks in 1679.

New York City Hall and Docks in 1679

A view of the New York City hall and docks in 1679.

The New York Election of 1879 of rival Democratic factions who were Kelly and Robinson, both emerge defeated.

New York Election of 1879

The New York Election of 1879 of rival Democratic factions who were Kelly and Robinson, both emerge…

The New York Harbor in colonial days.

New York Harbor in Colonial Days

The New York Harbor in colonial days.

A view of New York in 1776.

New York in 1776

A view of New York in 1776.

Nast shows New York corruption as Tammany Ring orders the Board of Education to destroy all Harper's textbooks. The New Board of Education, sowing the seed with an eye to the harvest.

New York New Board of Education

Nast shows New York corruption as Tammany Ring orders the Board of Education to destroy all Harper's…

The New York Public Library, drawing from the architect's plans.

New York Public Library

The New York Public Library, drawing from the architect's plans.

Seal of the state of New York, 1875

New York seal

Seal of the state of New York, 1875

Seal of the state of New York, 1876

New York seal

Seal of the state of New York, 1876

Seal of the state of New York, 1890

New York seal

Seal of the state of New York, 1890

Seal of the state of New York, 1904

New York seal

Seal of the state of New York, 1904

The Great Seal of the State of New York. The seal shows Justice holding the scales and Liberty stepping on the British Crown. Between them, is a shield with the sun and boats on the Hudson River. Beneath is the state motto 'Excelsior' meaning "Ever upwards."

Seal of New York

The Great Seal of the State of New York. The seal shows Justice holding the scales and Liberty stepping…

New York Stock Exchange trading floor.

New York Stock Exchange

New York Stock Exchange trading floor.

Nast depicts New York corruption with the New York City Treasury, empty to the workmen and the four masters who emptied it.

New York Treasury Empty

Nast depicts New York corruption with the New York City Treasury, empty to the workmen and the four…

Nast depicts New York corruption with New York under Tweed's thumb. "The Boss - 'well, what are you going to do about it?'"

New York Under Tweed's Thumb

Nast depicts New York corruption with New York under Tweed's thumb. "The Boss - 'well, what are you…

A prophecy of 1881 of New York's future in a few years.

New York's Future

A prophecy of 1881 of New York's future in a few years.

A view of Broad Street, New York in 1740.

Broad Street, New York

A view of Broad Street, New York in 1740.

The Canal on Broad Street, New York during the days of the Colony of New York.

The Canal on Broad Street, New York

The Canal on Broad Street, New York during the days of the Colony of New York.

"New York is a city in Southern New York; coextensive with New York, Kings, Queens, and Richmond counties, on New York Bay, the Hudson and East rivers, Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean; the first city in the United States in population and commercial importance, and after London, the largest metropolitan center in the world. Among the public buildings is the City Hall, 216 by 105 feet, and three stories high: completed in 1812 at a cost of $500,000. In the rear of the City Hall is the Court House."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

City Hall of New York

"New York is a city in Southern New York; coextensive with New York, Kings, Queens, and Richmond counties,…

The first manufacturing warehouse in New York.

First Warehouse in New York

The first manufacturing warehouse in New York.

The Great Fire was a devastating fire that burned through the night of September 21 &ndash; September 22, 1776 on the west side of what then constituted New York City at the southern end of the island of Manhattan.

The Great Fire of New York in 1776

The Great Fire was a devastating fire that burned through the night of September 21 – September…

Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Madison Square Garden in New York

Madison Square Garden in New York City.