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High and Mighty: 1932

High and Mighty: 1932

New York, 1932. "60 Wall Tower (70 Pine Street)." The former Cities Service Building. At 67 stories, the world's third tallest structure when completed in 1932. Now a residential tower with units renting from $2,500 to $7,000 a month. Irving Underhill photo. View full size.

 

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Wrong Neighborhood

I must be in the wrong neighborhood. I don't see anything on the window sills to keep cool. No milk, bread, bologna, condiments, etc.

In the distance

210 South Street, occupied by the New York Journal American. In 1970 the New York Post moved in, leaving in 1995 for 1211 Avenue of the Americas aka the House of Murdoch. Now it is a self storage facility.

Someone on a balcony

It looks like someone is waving at the photographer.

[He's a window washer, facing away from the camera. - Dave]

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