Logos

Debate Defends Democracy logo by Milton Glaser, the first artist commissioned by Federal Hall.

Federal Hall logo by Steff Geissbuhler, who is among the nation’s most celebrated graphic designers of logotypes, including the NBC peacock.

Homepage

  • Top banner Federal Hall rendering by artist Lucette de Rugy.
  • A Place that Matters video produced by Lathien Pictures.
  • Women in the Face of History artists. See all banner artists.
  • The Democracy Project reading photo by Anthony Alvarez Photography.
  • Wynton Marsalis photo from Lathien Pictures video.
  • Rediscovering Fragments of History image. Inauguration of George Washington, Original painting by Ramón de Elorriaga, 1889, from the collection of Federal Hall.
  • National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy logo by C&G Partners/Steff Geissbuhler

The Architecture of Democracy

  • The old city hall, Wall St. built 1699. From the original drawing by David Grimm. New York Public Library.
  • View of the Federal Edifice in New York. Print. Federal Hall Catalogued Archival Items, 1733-1989.
  • Restoration of Statue of George Washington photo by Conservation of Sculpture & Objects Studio Inc.

Rediscovering Fragments of History

  • Documents and artifacts images courtesy of Seth Kaller

About

A New Day

  • Façade rendering by artist Lucette De Rugy.
  • Conceptual exhibition renderings (from L to R): BRC Imagination Arts; Ralph Appelbaum Associates; Ralph Appelbaum Associates; 59 Productions.
  • Photo of Women in Face of History on Federal Hall façade by Stuart Ramson.
  • Restoration of Statue of George Washington photo by Conservation of Sculpture & Objects Studio Inc.

History

Artwork is directly attributed in this section of the website.

Programs

  • The Democracy Project reading photo by Anthony Alvarez Photography.