Drawing of the A. T. Stewart Mansion, northwest corner Fifth Avenue and 34th Street, 1869. Built on the site of the Townsend Residence. The Stewart Mansion housed the Manhattan Club from 1890-1899. This block is now the site of the Empire State Building.
A 3 story Second Empire-style mansion with an additional 2 floors housed within the mansarded roof. Built: 1869; Razed: 1902-1904; Architect: John Kellum. Image caption reads: Mr. A.T. Stewart's new residence, corner of Fifth Avenue and Thirty-fourth Street, New York City.
Previously known as:
Murray Hill Neighborhood (New York, N.Y.)
Fifth Avenue (New York, N.Y.)
Manhattan Club (New York, N.Y.)
Stewart, A.T. -- Homes and haunts.
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