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The Oldest Phone Number In NYC. The Hotel Pennsylvania (at 7th Avenue and 32nd Street) was given phone number PE 6-5000, which was connected to the Pennsylvania (PE) exchange, and served the area around Penn Station.

The Oldest Phone Number In NYC. The Hotel Pennsylvania (at Avenue and Street) was given phone number PE which was connected to the Pennsylvania (PE) exchange, and served the area around Penn Station.

Parallèlement, en 1897, le Cousin de William Waldorf Astor, John Jacob Astor IV (1864-1912) a Acquis l'Hôtel Astoria (ici en 1903) Situé Juste à Côté de l'Hôtel Waldorf.

The Original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, now the site of The Empire State Building, started as two hotels, the Waldorf Hotel was opened in 1893 and the other, the Astoria Hotel was opened four years later in and was four stories higher.

The 10 Tallest Buildings Ever Demolished: SAVOY-PLAZA HOTEL, New York City

Gallery of The 10 Tallest Buildings Ever Demolished - 6

Savoy Plaza Hotel 1927 designed by McKim, Mead & White demolished 1965 The General Motors Building is there now designed by Edward Durrell Stone

The theaters on 42nd Street on the north side, 1968. Note the exhibition of “international films.” The grindhouse classic The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill was released in 1966. New York City

The theaters on Street on the north side, Note the exhibition of “international films.” The grindhouse classic The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill was released in New York City

The Barbizon Hotel For Young Ladies. This was also a hotel for single women of all ages. Margaret lived there during her final years. She taught acting to young girls following that path. I didn't know she had lived here when I first checked into the hotel in the late sixties.It was a great place to live. Located at E 63rd and Lexington. This is where my Great Grandmother died in her sleep.

Daytonian in Manhattan: The 1927 Barbizon Hotel for Women -- 140 East Street

New York City, c.1871, The original Grand Central Depot Railway Station in New York,  demolished to make way for the current Grand Central Station

New York City, The original Grand Central Depot Railway Station in New York, demolished to make way for the current Grand Central Station

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The English Hotel & Opera House was demolished in This 1949 photo shows the remains of the brick foundation.

A sepia shaded view of Wall Street, with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles. The statue of American president, George Washington (on right). Also Trinity Church with steeple, is visible in background. America's Gilded Age in NYC, c.1890's. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Image: flickr)

Wall Street, with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles. The statue of George Washington on the right, Trinity Church visible in the background. New York City,

NEW YEARS: New York City Times Square, New Years Day 1908: Photo of the first year that the illuminated ball was dropped from atop the New York Times Building. It was actually dropped one minute after midnight.

NYC Times Square New Years the first year the illuminated ball was dropped from the top of the New York Times Building. New Years was celebrated in Times Square for the first time in 1906 with the dropping of an apple from the top of the building

New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central South at Seventh Avenue in the mid-1880s. By the 1920s it was gone.

New York’s most spectacular apartment building

Worthy replacements were Essex House and Hampshire House, but still a sad loss ---> New York's most spectacular apartment building. The Navarro Flats was built on Central South at Seventh Avenue in the By the it was gone.

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