On Broadway, across from Wall Street is Marker 98, for Dutch Queen Juliana who visited New York City on April 7, 1952.
When we were walking there with our tour guide, Pieter and I just spotted this by accident... I ran back for capturing it.
APRIL 7, 1952 * JULIANA, QUEEN OF THE NETHERLANDS, AND PRINCE BERNHARD
Close to Trinity Church, that I posted before, and across from Wall Street is Marker 98.
To the right you see written: 98 April 7, 1952 * Juliana, Queen of The Netherlands, and Prince Bernhard
During their busy day in the city, the royal couple stopped at St. Martin's Episcopal Church at 122nd Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem, where they were greeted by a crowd estimated at 7,500.
Link: BROADWAY THE CANYON OF HEROES, just click it and you can see the entire map.
Thousands Cheer Dutch Monarch on Broadway (just click the hyperlink for scrolling down to page 17 of Chicago Tribune, April 8, 1952).
New York, April 7 - The city that grew from a small Dutch settlement gave its traditional ticker tape welcome today to a Dutch queen--Juliana of the Netherlands...
THE HERALD STATESMAN Yonkers, N.Y. Monday afternoon April 7, 1952 click to see full page...
Indeed, New York City is full of Dutch history!
Thanks for your visit.