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I've taken thousands of photos of hundreds of events for The Chief. This is a sampling of the ceremonies, hearings, press conferences, political events, and protests by police, fire, teachers and other union members who work for the city.

The Chief started a website a couple of years ago, and I send the photo files to them in color now. (The paper still uses only halftones.) That is why the more recent pictures are in color.

I've got well-organized files of photos of most of the city and state officials and union leaders in New York. They're available in high-resolution format. Please e-mail your request.

 

   

Photos from  
The Chief-Leader
New York City Civil Employees' Weekly

Captions courtesy of The Chief-Leader

AND THE CHILDREN SHALL LEAD THEM: As District Council 1707 Executive Director Raglan George addresses union rally in City Hall Park April 16, some younger participants offer testimony as to how the city's day-care services affect their families. (Arnow photo)

AND THE CHILDREN SHALL LEAD THEM: As District Council 1707 Executive Director Raglan George addresses union rally in City Hall Park April 16, some younger participants offer testimony as to how the city's day-care services affect their families. (04.25.08)

HAND US SOME RESPECT: City employees who examine DNA from crime scenes rallied last week to protest new hand-print time-clocks just installed at their state-of-the-art lab in Manhattan. They say the new system is disrespectful and discriminatory, especially since all managers and any union members who make more than $68,000 are exempt.  (Arnow photo)

HAND US SOME RESPECT: City employees who examine DNA from crime scenes rallied last week to protest new hand-print time-clocks just installed at their state-of-the-art lab in Manhattan. They say the new system is disrespectful and discriminatory, especially since all managers and any union members who make more than $68,000 are exempt. (04.04.08)

TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT?: Several union leaders last week accused City Council Speaker Christine Quinn (right) of doing Mayor Bloomberg's bidding when she stymied efforts to gain home-rule messages that were needed for key bills to be acted on in Albany. (Arnow photo)

TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT?: Several union leaders last week accused City Council Speaker Christine Quinn (right) of doing Mayor Bloomberg's bidding when she stymied efforts to gain home-rule messages that were needed for key bills to be acted on in Albany. (06.29.07)

BOUND ONLY BY BARGAINING LAWS: With a panoramic backdrop to match his list of accomplishments, Mayor Bloomberg didn't fear being upstaged by a hero police dog (Ranger, accompanied by Police Officer Neal Campbell) as he delivered his State of the City address. (Arnow photo)

BOUND ONLY BY BARGAINING LAWS: With a panoramic backdrop to match his list of accomplishments, Mayor Bloomberg didn't fear being upstaged by a hero police dog (Ranger, accompanied by Police Officer Neal Campbell) as he delivered his State of the City address. (01.26.07)

TAKING THE GLOVES OFF: The city's newest cops toss their gloves in the air to mark their graduation from the Police Academy during Dec. 26 ceremonies at Madison Square Garden. (Arnow photo)

TAKING THE GLOVES OFF: The city's newest cops toss their gloves in the air to mark their graduation from the Police Academy during Dec. 26 ceremonies at Madison Square Garden. (12.06)

Subway Station Agent Gale broughton and her daughter, Sezlyn Petersen at City Hall protesting closing of token booths. Photo by Pat Arnow
A FAMILY MATTER: Subway Station Agent Gale Broughton and her daughter, Sezlyn Petersen, were among those who came to City Hall March 3 to rally opposition to the closing of token booths. (03.11.05)

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Neurosurgeon Dr. Roger Hartl. Photo by Pat Arnow
PRAISE FOR A DETERMINED PATIENT: Neurosurgeon Dr. Roger Hartl says Firefighter Eugene Stolowski's mental toughness played a large role in his ability to survive a serious spinal injury that had left him near death. (03.04.05)
  Retired NYPD Officer Isabelle Redman after receiving Purple Shield at the NYPD Medal Day, 6/04. Photo by Pat Arnow
DETERMINED TO TRIUMPH: Retired Police Officer Isabelle Redman grins after receiving the Purple Shield at the NYPD's Medal Day. Ten years after being critically injured in the crash of her patrol car, Ms. Redman has started a second career as an Assistant District Attorney and lectures cops on safe driving. (6/25/04)
   

Firefighter Parick McCarvill looks at World Trade Center memorial designs. Photo by Pat Arnow.

WANTS ACTIONS DETAILED: Firefighter Patrick McCarvill is among those who want the World Trade Center Memorial to provide descriptions of the heroic actions of the emergency rescue personnel who died during its destruction. Such descriptions, he said, would offer answers 50 years from now to visitors who asked, 'Why were so many firefighters killed?'

 

Hillary Rodham Clinton demands an investigation into why the EPA officials assured the public a week after the World Trade Center's destruction that the air was safe. Union leaders and other elected officials joined her on the steps of City hall. Photo by Pat Arnow.
SOMETHING IN THE AIR: With union leaders and fellow elected officials looking on, U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton demands an investigation into why Environmental Protection Agency officials assured the public a week after the World Trade Center's destruction that the air in the vicinity was 'safe to breathe' although it had yet to conduct several key tests that uncovered high levels of toxic materials. (9/5/03)
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