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William A. Hall mansion 1901, 1008 5th Avenue

William A. Hall mansion 1008 Avenue built for Director of the Publishers’ Paper Co. Designed by Alexander Welch of Welch, Smith and Provot.

1894 Manhattan Riverside Drive NY

Riverside Drive Mansions by Riverside Drive (at right) & 360 Riverside Drive (at left) across from Street-Both Mansions designed by the same arch't: Frank Freeman

New York. The Mansion of Senator William A. Clark, The Copper King, 5th Avenue and 77th Street, Built at a cost of 7,000,000 Dollars, December 28th 1910Senator Clark was best known for saying-";I never bought a man who wasn't for sale."

The Mansion of Senator William A. Clark, The Copper King, Avenue and Street, Built at a cost of Dollars, December 1910 Senator Clark was best known for saying- "I.

House for Willard D. Straight, 1130 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Delano & Aldrich Architects, 1913-1915.

Willard Straight/Harrison Williams House I E. and Fifth Avenue I Delano & Aldrich Architects

Palace Theatre, at 1564 Broadway (at W. 47th St.) in midtown Manhattan. From 1913 till it closed it's door to vaudeville in 1932, the Palace attained legendary status among vaudeville performers as the most desired booking in the country.

The Palace Theatre, Broadway theatre located at 1564 Broadway (at West Street) in midtown Manhattan, New York City. From 1913 through about the Palace attained legendary status among vaudeville performer.

Random Abandonings ~ ♥ #abandoned #ruins #architecture

What I would have given to live and work repairing a home like this one. Instead lived in house with no bathroom. A beautiful victorian house In Québec, sadly it’s left to rot in place

These photos show a street view of the William Kissam Vanderbilt residence, which was located at 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. (Photo from 1903)

NYC's stunning historical Fifth Avenue mansions (1890s

1903 - Home of William K Vanderbilt. The photo shows a street view of the William Kissam Vanderbilt residence, which was located at 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City.

640 5th Ave NY WH Vanderbilt mansion - Colorized by Chris Chalkley

William Henry Vanderbilt house - 640 Avenue at St J. Snook architect - built 1881 A portion of the identical mansion can be seen on the right. William Henry had the matching houses built.

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