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Fifth Avenue in Sights can be found in New York, New York, United States of America in North America

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Fifth Avenue Featured Fifth Avenue Print

Fifth Avenue

View of the West side of Fifth Avenue, North from 51st street, showing residences of Elliott F. Shepard, brother in law of William K. Vanderbilt, whose home is next to it. Further North is St. Thomas Episcopal Church and 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York City. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Allies Day, May 1917 Featured Fifth Avenue Print

Allies Day, May 1917

A patriotic whirlwind overtook mid?town Manhattan as America entered the First World War in the spring of 1917. On Fifth Avenue, the British Union Jack, the French Tricolor, and Stars and Stripes were displayed prominently during parades honoring America's allies. The colorful pageantry inspired Childe Hassam, who dedicated this picture "to the coming together of [our] three peoples in the fight for democracy." Hassam's flag paintings were first shown as a group in New York's Durand?Ruel Gallery in November 1918, just four days after the armistice was declared. Thus, the works, originally created to herald America's entry into the war, also served to commemorate its victorious resolution

Riverside Church Featured Fifth Avenue Print

Riverside Church

The Riverside Church is being constructed on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York, NY, circa 1930. The church will accommodate the Baptist congregation, including the Rockefeller family, that has long worshipped on Fifth Avenue. Due to the generous donations of the family, including a carillon for the tower, the public has dubbed the gothic-style edifice The Rockefeller Church. (Photo by FPG/Getty Images)

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