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Queens Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner

Collection: Chamber of Commerce of the Borough of Queens Records at the Archives at Queens Library
Date: 1945 Material: Black and white photograph Dimension: 8 x 10 inches; 400 dpi
Creator: Chamber of Commerce (Queens, New York, N.Y.) Identifier: aql:24332 qcc-000127 qcc-000127.tif

Description: Queens Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner - Seated under the "Come to Queens" Sign (L.to R.) Borough President James A. Burke; Brig. Gen. Stewart E. Reimel; Pres. Ambrose B. Acker; British Consul General Francis E. Evans; past Pres. Arthur A. Johnson [Appears in Queensborough January P.7]

Collection : aql:24317

Creator : Chamber of Commerce (Queens, New York, N.Y.)

Date : 1945

Summary/Description : Queens Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner - Seated under the "Come to Queens" Sign (L.to R.) Borough President James A. Burke; Brig. Gen. Stewart E. Reimel; Pres. Ambrose B. Acker; British Consul General Francis E. Evans; past Pres. Arthur A. Johnson [Appears in Queensborough January P.7]

Subject : Meetings; Portraits, Group; Burke, James A., 1890-1965; E. Reimel, Stewart; Acker, Ambrose B.; Chamber of Commerce (Queens, New York, N.Y.); Commodore Hotel (New York, N.Y.)

Rights : Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for research and reproduction requests.

Coverage : Manhattan, New York, NY Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)

Type : Black and white photograph

Format : Black and white photograph; 8 x 10 inches; 400 dpi

Identifier : aql:24332 qcc-000127 qcc-000127.tif

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Subject:
Meetings; Portraits, Group; Burke, James A., 1890-1965; E. Reimel, Stewart; Acker, Ambrose B.; Chamber of Commerce (Queens, New York, N.Y.); Commodore Hotel (New York, N.Y.)
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