Saint Paul Building - 1901

 

St. Paul Building, New York City.

Saint Paul Building (height: 315 feet) was named after the historic St. Paul's Chapel, across Broadway. It was built between 1895 and 1898 on the same site of the old The New York Herald Building. On the right in the Park Bank Building, completed in 1868. St. Paul Building was demolished in 1958. The site is occupied today by Western Electric Building (119.8 m), 222 Broadway, completed in 1961.

Vintage photochrom print in album prepared by Detroit Photographic Co. to use as a catalog in its office. Copyright 1901. Source: Library of Congress.

 

Saint Paul

 

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Saint Paul Building - 1901