Philip Hone

''Philip Hone'', oil on canvas, [[John Wesley Jarvis]], 1809. [[DeYoung Museum]] Philip Hone (October 25, 1780 – May 5, 1851) was Mayor of New York City from 1826 to 1827. He was most notable for a detailed diary he kept from 1828 until the time of his death in 1851, which is said to be the most extensive and detailed on the first half of 19th century America. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1970
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1973
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1910
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1970
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1936
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1843
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1927
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by Hone, Philip, 1780-1851.
Published 1969
Subjects: '; ...Hone, Philip, 1780-1851...
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Published 1989
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