The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 125 years of continued service to Harlem and the “Harlems of the World” with a celebratory gala on Saturday, February 25, 2023, at The City College of New York.
Founded in 1896 as The Harlem Board of Commerce, The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce is one of the longest continuously active Chambers of Commerce in the nation.
Here are photographs from the event.
Photo credit: 1) Jamal Joseph with his wife 2) Mark Levine. 3) Dr. Bob Lee with chamber members. 4) Couple. 5). Couple. 6). Luther with the Harlem patch. 7) congressman Espillat. 8). Chamber member Tony Rogers. 9) Couple. 10) Councilwoman Gail Brewer. 11). Ray Chew musical director in a musician. 12). Clayton Banks with his wife. 13). Herb Boyd with his wife in the chamber. 14). Bob Tate with family and board members. 15) Bob Tate with his family ko. 16) HCCI Malcolm Punter with his family.
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