More Buildings Of Old New York.

A further selection of buildings from old New York, mostly taken between 1900 and 1920.

Exterior of state capitol building, Albany, New York 1913 by Irving Underhill.

The Capitol building was constructed between 1867 and 1899, Completed in 1899 at a cost of $25 million, it was the most expensive government building of its time.

Bowling Green Offices 1919 by Irving Underhill.

Best and Co. Building, 5th Avenue, 1917 by Irving Underhill.

Exchange Court Building, 52 Broadway Corner, 1920 by Irving Underhill.

Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Building, 51 Chambers Street, 1912 by Irving Underhill.

New York Stock Exchange and Wilks Building, 1921 by Irving Underhill.

New York City - Metropolitan Museum of Art 1905.

Fireman's Insurance Co. Building, Broad & Market Streets, Newark, N.J. by Irving Underhill.

Pulitzer Building, New York City 1909.

Lewisohn Building., 119 West 40 Street, 1918.

American Exchange National Bank 1913.

Park Row Building, 21 Park Row 1912 by Irving Underhill.

Manhattan Storage Warehouse, 7th Avenue & 52nd Street, 1914.

The Little Theater, 238 West 44th Street 1913

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All the photographs in this collection are courtesy of the Library Of Congress At Washington D.C.

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