New York City, New York, A Changing Manhattan Skyline, c1900

Around the turn of the 20th century, the Manhattan skyline changed drastically; between 1890 and 1908, the number of buildings in the city over 10 stories tall grew from a half-dozen to 538. The St. Paul and Park Row buildings in the financial district were two of the earliest and most impressive skyscrapers. At 391 feet, the Park Row Building held the distinction of the tallest building in the world after its completion in 1899.

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New York City, New York, A Changing Manhattan Skyline, c1900

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101100__HPNYC

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