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Detail of upper story windows and roofline at 106 East 35th Street.

Detail of windows on side of 23 Park Avenue.

First terra-cotta building erected in New York City, 15 East 36th Street, 1892.

23 Park Avenue; NE corner of Park Avenue and E. 35th St. Also known as: 101-103 E. 35th St.

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.

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