New York City, New York, The Flatiron Building, c1903

Although officially named the Fuller Building, the citizens of New York gave the audacious triangular building a nickname that stuck. Now an iconic symbol of the city, the Flatiron Building apparently affected the wind currents in the area so much that Victorian ladies had to mind their skirts, running the danger of exposing their ankles.

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New York City, New York, The Flatiron Building, c1903

Historic Pictoric | Item# 102042__HPNYC

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