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Rock - Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918 - National Geographic Vintage

Flatiron Building during construction in 1902, New York, N.Y., photographed by the Detroit Publishing Company on 8x10 glass plate negative.

Flatiron Building during construction in New York, N., photographed by the Detroit Publishing Company on glass plate negative.

Edificio Fuller (Flatiron) - The Flatiron Building, originally the Fuller Building, is considered a groundbreaking skyscraper.  Complete in 1902, it's on the US National Register of Historic Places and the US National Historic Landmark list.  It is an NYC Landmark.

Flatiron Building also known as the Fuller Building.Manhattan, New York. The construction was completed in 1902 and at that time was one of the tallest buildings in the city. The name makes reference to its resemblance to a cast-iron clothes iron.

Flatiron Building by Peter Lik. Photography

New York City's famous office building, Flat Iron, was designed by a Chicagoan Daniel Burnham. When it was completed in it was considered to be one of the tallest in the city.

The Fuller Building aka The Flat Iron via ovadiaandsons  | newyork newyorkcity newyorkcityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

The Fuller Building aka The Flat Iron newyorkcity new york cityfeelings nyc brooklyn queens the bronx staten island manhattan

NYC. Flatiron Building. // Ghosts of Manhattan, c.1900-2012 //  Rephotography. Retronaut

Ghosts of Manhattan, Flatiron building. this is such an iconic building

Flatiron Building / Click through to find out where to find the best photo spots in NYC! / A Globe Well Travelled

Where to find the best photo spots in NYC

Flatiron Building / Click through to find out where to find the best photo spots in NYC! / A Globe Well Travelled

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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