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Flatiron Building by David De Ridder on 500px

Flatiron Building

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New York circa 1903. "The Flatiron Building." Yet another view of this early skyscraper, from what seems to be the favored vantage.

The Flatiron Building, 1903

Flatiron Building by Nico Andreas on 500px

Flatiron Building by Nico Andreas on

Flatiron Building by Sunman Returns on 500px

Flatiron Building by Sunman Returns on

The Historic Flatiron Building by Sergio Torres Baus on 500px

The Historic Flatiron Building by Sergio Torres Baus on

Flatiron Building by Christopher Rankin on 500px

Flatiron Building by Christopher Rankin on

Flatiron by David Delgado on 500px

Flatiron by David Delgado on

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Flatiron Building, NYC :: The Manhattan landmark under construction ca, 1902 [Detroit Publishing Co]

New York City Feelings

The Flatiron Building, New York. Just guessing that driving through this city is a challenge.

New York Times Square - 112 years apart- what New York City looked like in the…

New York Times Square - 112 years apart- what New York City looked like in the book compared to today. I like time lapse pictures.

El edificio plancha de Nueva York cubierto de nieve, 1903.

Le Flat Iron Building de New York, 1903

Fifth Avenue, 1905

An American Gilded Age era image of residential homes. Located on Avenue north of Street in New York City, with handsom cabs and pedestrians, ~ {cwl}

Postcards from old New York   St. Patrick's cathedral under construction, 1868 #OldBatteriesPictures

St Patrick's Cathedral under construction, NYC, 1868 // Photo from the New York Times.

New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central South at Seventh Avenue in the mid-1880s. By the 1920s it was gone.

New York’s most spectacular apartment building

Worthy replacements were Essex House and Hampshire House, but still a sad loss ---> New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central South at Seventh Avenue in the By the it was gone.

[Construction of Flatiron building, New York City.]

Old Photos of the Flatiron Building Under Construction, New York City, 1902

It was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building and the hotel moved to 301 Park Avenue. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

historicaltimes: The original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel opens in combining the Astor and Waldorf hotels. It was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building and the hotel moved to 301 Park Ave. New York City, New York.

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