American Telephone and Telegraph Company Building at 195 Broadway, New York City, 1946

safety negative

PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES
Rosenfeld and Sons
USA, NY, New York
1946-05-26
10 x 8 x 0 in.

8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 26, 1946. Image of American Telephone and Telegraph Company Building, 195 Broadway, New York City.Visible in image: Slightly different view than 1984.187.61075 of Broadway from Park Row, on left side of street:“INDUSTRIAL BANK OF COMMERCE” in the Classical Revival style St. Paul’s Building, on corner of Broadway and Ann Street and on the right side of Broadway: the "FRANKLIN SOCIETY / FOR HOME BUILDING AND SAVINGS" in the Astor House Building at Broadway and Vesey Streets, the Georgian style temple-front portico with the American Primative hand-carved statue of St. Paul above the Ionic columns of St. Paul’s Chapel off Fulton Street, the Neo-Classist style American Telephone and Telegraph Company Building with Ionic colonnades and Classical statue on tower at 195 Broadway, and the Second-Empire Baroque style Singer Tower at 149 Broadway with domed roof and lantern off Liberty Street. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection. Typed on original negative sleeve: “61076 5/26/16 / 2804-11 / A T & T Co-195 Broadway, N Y C / Mr. Johannsen, Room 536 / Photo of 195 Broadway Bldg“.


1984.187.61076

Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection



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