November 22, 2014

Black and White Photos From the Hours After Americans Heard About the D-Day Invasion

Black and white photos from the Library of Congress show New Yorkers rallying, praying, on June 6, 1944.

Noon mass at Saint Vincent de Paul's Church on D-day.

Noon mass at Saint Vincent de Paul's Church on D-day.

Seven o'clock mass on D-day in the Lady Chapel, Saint Patrick's Cathedral.

D-day services in a synagogue on West Twenty-third Street, left, and noon mass at Saint Vincent de Paul's Church on D-day, right.

Noon mass at Saint Vincent de Paul's Church on D-day.

Two sailors at Times Square on D-day looking at the latest news line on the Times building.

A crowd on D-day in Madison Square.

Lily Djanel at the D-day rally in Madison Square.

Times Square and vicinity on D-day.

Mayor Fiorello La Guardia at the D-day rally in Madison Square.

Times Square and vicinity on D-day.





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