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Facade of New York Public Library. Terraced steps lead up to the triple arched entrance porch which is partially covered due to renovation.

Profile view of one of the two lions which sit on the terraced steps leading to New York Public Library's main entrance on Fifth Avenue.

Sculptural grouping set into a recessed half-domed niche. Fountain below. Sculptor: Frederick MacMonnies.

This large marble urn sits on a plinth adjacent to the Fifth Avenue entrance to NYPL.

Fourth Avenue (now Park Avenue South) in 1875 looking north from 32nd Street. Train exit from tunnel is visible two blocks up at 34th Street.

Park Avenue looking west on 39th Street, 1936. Princeton Club at left.

Park Avenue and 38th Street, looking north towards Grand Central Terminal.

127 East 35th Street. The entrances to Nos. 123 and 129 partially visible on either side.

71st Regiment Armory in 1906.

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