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Pan Am Building: Late 1960s

Pan Am Building: Late 1960s

New York City. Looks like the late 1960s. From my grandparents' slides.

The Armory Building

The Armory building on the right side of the street (Park Avenue) is shown in this Shorpy image from March 11, 2014. Based on a comment in the 2014 image the Armory was demolished in the 1970s.

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