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Tower of the Press: 1905

Tower of the Press: 1905

Binghamton, New York, circa 1905. "Kilmer Building, Chenango Street." Also known as the Press Building, this was headquarters of patent-medicine magnate Willis Kilmer's newspaper. 8x10 inch glass negative. View full size.

 

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But will there be bike racks?

Some good news about this building.

Connections

I am looking at the connection to the other building on the right and wondering if that is part of the construction or is the tall one an add-on?

Time was

Beautiful ornate buildings and no locks on the bicycles. What happened, America?

[Someone eventually invented the bike lock. - Dave]

Parking problems.

Hopefully they'll install the bike racks soon.

Remodeling

Looking through the lobby windows and the debris outside it appears to look like the lobby is being remodeled.

[Actually they're building the building. - Dave]

I Don't Blame Her

I wouldn't want to be pulled into the surf either when wearing a wristwatch and in shoes with high heels (Cuban heels?)

[Which window is that? - Dave]

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