Small Heavy Metal Wall Plaque William Gaynor New York City “Sons of Oneida”

Oval about 5” x 4”. Gaynor is associated with the Tammany Hall political machine. He served as the 94th mayor of the City of New York from 1910 to 1913. The “Society of the Sons of Oneida” which was formed for NYC residents in 1897 who were originally from Oneida County NY. They met once a year in a dinner event and the main speaker at the 1910 event (according to a NY Times article of April 22, 1910) was Gaynor who was in his first year as Mayor and died in office in 1913. New York manufacturing mark on reverse. Possible as a dinner favor but this might be a more important item used during the event. Raised relief with “The Mayor” above the portrait and “Society Of The Sons Of Oneida” at the curl below. Loop attached on reverse for hanging. Very scarce with likely few surviving assuming more than one was made.

Price: $57.50
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Small Heavy Metal Wall Plaque William Gaynor New York City “Sons of Oneida”Small Heavy Metal Wall Plaque William Gaynor New York City “Sons of Oneida”
Small Heavy Metal Wall Plaque William Gaynor New York City “Sons of Oneida”
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