Item No: pixc00313
Title: Sitting Pretty
Additional Title: Sitting Pretty
Print and Picture Collection
"Angrily charging that his examination before the Hofstadter legislative committee was a preliminary to seeking his removal from office, Mayor James J. Walker today continued his recital of "countless kindnesses" shown him as mayor of the country's metropolis.
"Today's session, the second at which the mayor has occupied the witness chair, began with pleasantries and an exchange of courtesies between Walker and Samuel Seabury, chief counsel of the committee which for 14 months has been delving into the city's affairs."
- "Walker Charges Plan To Seek His Removal As New York's Mayor." The Evening Independent 26 May 1932: 1. Print.
Created for Evening Public Ledger, date unknown.
Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist