Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: New York circa 1913. "The Singer Building." Rising in the distance, the Woolworth Building under construction. Detroit Publishing Company.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: New York circa "The Singer Building." Rising in the distance, the Woolworth Building under construction.

New York circa 1906. "Gorham Co. building, Fifth Avenue and 36th Street." New headquarters, designed by Stanford White, of the noted silver-making concern.

Gorham Silver Building, New York circa Fifth Avenue and Street. Designed by Stanford White, of the noted silver-making concern.

The Park Row Building circa 1912. For nine years this 1899 tower, at 391 feet, was the tallest in New York.

The Park Row Building circa For nine years this 1899 tower, at 391 feet, was the tallest in New York.

(c. 1905) "Bridge of Sighs", NYC.  Named after a similar span in Venice, this covered passage connected the Tombs prison and Manhattan Criminal Courts building.

"Bridge of Sighs", Named after a similar span in Venice, this covered passage connected the Tombs prison and Manhattan Criminal Courts building.

The Woolworth Building Under Construction                                                                                                                                                     More

The Woolworth Building Under Construction

"The Woolworth Building Under Construction" Print (Black Framed Poster Print

New York circa 1908. "Broadway and Trinity Building." With the Singer tower bringing up the rear. 8x10 glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

New York Skyscrapers: 1908 "Broadway and Trinity Building." With the Singer tower bringing up the rear.

Nighttime view of the Woolworth Building, New York City c. 1913

Night Light: New York noir. "The Woolworth Building at night." My, how grand it must have been.

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